Movie review: Iwájú

Mar 06 2024
London Mums attending iwaju premiere

On Saturday 24th of February 2024, London Mums Magazine was invited to preview three new Disney+ episodes of Iwájú. I was accompanied by three young teenagers who enjoyed the whole experience from start to finish. At the venue we were spoilt with various African food, dance and music, which we all enjoyed very much.

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Cinema Made in Italy: London’s hottest cinematic extravaganza returns this spring! Interviews alert!

Mar 05 2024
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London’s vibrant cultural scene is gearing up to welcome back the eagerly awaited Cinema Made in Italy festival from 20th to 24th March 2024. Organised by Cinecittà, in collaboration with the French Institute in London and The Italian Cultural Institute, this year marks the festival’s 14th edition, promising to showcase the cream of Italian cinema from the past year.

Cinema Made in Italy acts as a launchpad for the freshest Italian film-making talent, with a lineup featuring several films making their UK premieres alongside a classic Italian movie.

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Film Review: The Oceans Are the Real Continents – A poetic escapade into Cuban life

Mar 02 2024
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Italian film director Tommaso Santambrogio’s debut feature, The Oceans Are the Real Continents, takes you on an exhilarating journey to the vibrant world of Cuba.

Set against the backdrop of a captivating yet crumbling Cuba, this film follows the whirlwind romance of Alex and Edith as they navigate love, longing, and the call of distant shores.

Santambrogio’s expert direction brings Cuba to life in all its vivid glory, blending gritty realism with poetic beauty. Cinematographer Lorenzo Casadio Vannucci captures every corner of the island in stunning black-and-white detail, like stepping into a timeless photograph.

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