REVIEW: ON BROWSING
"Browsing is to Amazon," Guriel writes, "what flaneurie is to Google Earth. It is an immediate enoucnter with the actual object of curiosity."
Bleak though it may seem, there are cracks of light that show at the seams of the near-future world of Sleepwalk. Whether or not that hope is an illusion, attractive bait at the end of an even worse hook, you'll have to read all the way to the end.
REVIEW: WOMAN, WATCHING
Woman, Watching could not have been written by a biographer who knew little about her subject’s passion. Merilyn Simonds, herself a woman watching, understands the soul of her subject.
WRITER/DIRECTOR VALERIE BUHAGIAR COMES TO THE BOOKSHELF CINEMA
Writer/Director Valerie Buhagiar comes to the Bookshelf Cinema, Friday Aug 26, for the premier of her latest film, Carmen.
ENHANCED AUDIO: THE NEXT PHASE OF THE BOOKSHELF’S ACCESSIBILITY PLAN
The Bookshelf is pleased to announce that it will be providing enhanced audio in the cinema for persons with hearing loss.