A Celebration of Virginia Woolf’s ‘Orlando,’ Via con_cetta and MonoLogue

In less than a month it will be the 73rd anniversary of Virginia Woolf’s death. On March 28, 1941, the famous writer committed suicide by drowning herself in River Ouse near her home Sussex, in the west of England. She’d filled the pockets of her overcoat with stones to counteract any possibility of her floating […]

Get Lost In Italy with The Vickers

Before James Bond was fighting Father Time and Julian Assange analogues, he and his films served two key purposes for the viewing population: they quenched the viewer’s thirst for danger, thrills and excitement, and they set Bond’s daring escapes overtop an array of exotic locales, enticing the audience to the wonders of another place. With […]