Tag Archives: Eirene Houston

Noches exhuberanti

In Glasgow you get two kinds of audiences. Tough and tougher. Tucked snugly off the right side of Sauchiehall Street the Glasgow Film Theatre is used with showing the best of world cinema, to engaged and engaging audiences. So I … Continue reading

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Rose above it all

After my reading on Friday night at Tchai Ovna, I went to a fundraiser for Eirene Houston’s latest project, the Cuban Way.  With expert auctioneering, ornaments and kitchen goods were snapped up, with the second half set aside for clothes … Continue reading

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Viva Cuba

I had a great night last night.  Braving trains, taxis and troublesome tram works MBH and I enjoyed a night at the Edinburgh Film Festival.  The Day of the Flowers is about family and friendship.  It’s about love and death, … Continue reading

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Flower Arrangement

Yesterday was the end of an era.  Afters years of scripting, development, discussions, debates and denouements, the film my cousin has been working on premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.  Had I been more organised, I would have been … Continue reading

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