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Film Review & Trailer: On the Basis of Sex

Film Review & Trailer: On the Basis of Sex

Frances Winston reviews this film about a woman who changed history, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Directed by: Mimi Leder – Starring: Felicity Jones, Armie Hammer, Justin Theroux, Sam Waterston, Kathy Bates This biopic of the inspiring powerhouse that is Ruth Bader Ginsburg (played here by Jones) is written by her nephew, so comes with the approval […]

Film Review & Trailer: Instant Family

Film Review & Trailer: Instant Family

Frances Winston reviews this Sean Anders film based on his own experiences of adoption  Directed by: Sean Anders – Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Rose Byrne, Isabela Moner, Margo Martindale, Julie Hagerty, Octavia Spencer When I first saw the trailers for this I assumed it was a screwball comedy, especially since it is directed by Anders, who […]

Listen: Look No Further – KiSMiT

Listen: Look No Further – KiSMiT

  For this Valentine weekend, here’s a treat for all those who still believe in romance! EILE is delighted to feature California-based, pop/funk duo, Kismit, a high energy, passionate project, based in Silverlake, CA, with their latest single, Look No Further.  The dynamic, ethereal vocals of Carly Barnette, and the soulful sound of Baz King will […]

Love among the gay penguins at London Zoo (+ Video)

Love among the gay penguins at London Zoo (+ Video)

The chief curator of London Zoo probably has more experience of penguins than most. When it comes to love, he thinks we humans could learn a thing or two from them. “I think there is something we can learn from penguins and other species in the way that they’re tolerant of same-sex relations”, Brian Zimmerman […]

Film Review & Trailer: The Lego Movie 2 – The Second Part

Film Review & Trailer: The Lego Movie 2 – The Second Part

Frances Winston really enjoyed this second Lego Movie, and feels that adults as well as children will get something out of it Directed by: Mike Mitchell – Starring: Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Tiffany Haddish, Stephanie Beatriz, Charlie Day, Alison Brie, Nick Offerman, Maya Rudolph As much as I liked playing with Lego in […]

Listen: Spelling Lessons – Birch

Listen: Spelling Lessons – Birch

If you want some beat-driven, but really laid-back music (with a message) on this Sunday morning, just have a listen to the latest single from Connecticut-born, NYC-based, indie-pop artist, singer-songwriter, Birch. The single is called Spelling Lessons. Birch says it’s about it’s about “institutionalized sexism and my experience as a girl. I hope it resonates with […]

Film Review & Trailer: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Film Review & Trailer: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Frances Winston reviews this fact-based film about forged collectible letters, starring Richard E Grant and Melissa McCarthy  Directed by: Marielle Heller – Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Richard E Grant I have to admit that a fact-based drama about the fraud of collectible letters, supposedly written by literary greats, didn’t sound like the most appealing prospect. However, […]