Posts Tagged “Andrei Tarkovsky”

Translating the Invisible Wind

by Geoff Hall on April 29, 2016

April, 2016. 4 years ago ‘Translating the Invisible Wind’ was published by Chris Lorensson’s Upptacka Press.   Translating is probably the most mystical book in the series, affirming that art is a spiritual discipline with a task, an end game (…)

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A “Hallowe’en (not so) Special” Monthly Letter

by Geoff Hall on October 31, 2013

October, 2013. Hallowe’en Special Dear Arts Mentoring Group, Well here we are, perched on the day of the tackiest ‘festival’ on the calendar, Halloween. Its popularity today in the UK, is something I blame on Steven Spielberg and his film (…)

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The Group Monthly: The Most Powerful People on Earth

by Geoff Hall on September 30, 2013

Hi Everyone, Mentoring support for word, image and performance arts We are often told on News and Current Affairs programmes that the President of the United States of America is THE most powerful man in the world. This is assumed, (…)

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Tree House Quotes

by Geoff Hall on January 10, 2013

Hi, Thanks for coming along to the Tree House last night. I thought I’d add the quotes from the Intro to our evening, so here goes. They encapsulate the challenges I’m making of my own work in 2013. Gaston Bachelard – “…touch the (…)

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The Group Monthly Letter – December 2012

by Geoff Hall on December 31, 2012

December, 2012.  Times and Seasons   Hi, Well, Happy New Year to everyone. I trust it will bring a greater realisation of our gifts.   At this time of year we are meant to look back and reflect upon our (…)

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The TREE of LIFE a film by Terrence Malick

by Geoff Hall on August 2, 2011

The TREE of LIFE a film by Terrence Malick. 2011. (138mins) Winner of the Palme D’or. Featuring Brad Pitt, Jessica Chastain and Sean Penn.   Much has been written and commented about this film. I went to see it at (…)

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