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The trailer itself is a movie. I am very eagerly anticipating the release of the film adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s Big Sur, especially after the disappointment of On the Road.

Written and directed by Michael Polish, the film stars his fiancée Kate Bosworth, Josh Lucas and Balthazar Getty. Set to premiere in a matter of days at Sundance, I wonder if it’ll be any good?


Tyler Bastian met an incredible man, Agustin, five years ago. This encounter led to the decision to make a film about Agustin’s life with Trevor Hill and Tim Skousen. Their brilliant short, Everything is Incredible, has left me eagerly awaiting the release of their feature length film on Agustin’s life.

It appears I am not alone, his touching fifty year journey to realise an impossible dream of building a helicopter has captured the hearts of thousands of people around the world. Here, I share with you a chat I had with director, Tyler Bastian.

The Wonder Why were you in Honduras in 2007?

Tyler Bastian I was in Honduras on a mission for my church when I first met Agustin.

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Yo! It’s Day 6 of the BFI London Film Festival! Things are really heating up onscreen in London Town to distract us all from the piercing gusts that signal the start of winter. We’ve already had the charismatic French siren Marion Cotillard’s screen talk about her upcoming  romance, Rust and Bone and there is more to come.

Tickets are still available to some events and there are amazing exhibitions all about film at the BFI. Shane Meadow’s This Is England will be screened for the first time with with a live score from composer Ludovico Einaudi and musician Gavin Clark. One not to miss if you can!

If you weren’t able to secure the more exclusive tickets to the Festival, don’t despair! Here is a list of all the amazing films that are on show during this time and if you click on the name, there’s info on where you can watch them. So find yourself a warm cinema, lots of popcorn and a lucky friend- there are good films ahead!

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I hold great hopes for this film:

* one of the greatest twentieth century American novels.

* directed by Motorcycle’s Diaries’ Walter Salles.

* starring Garrett Hedlund, rising star of Tron: Legacy and a favourite since Four Brothers


(I am choosing to ignore the wooden one, aka Kristen Stewart)


I’ve been busy and neglectful, but I’m here to make amends, sharing how Dave Pimm is making it in the film world after uni. (Ah, I can always rely on Skype to give good chat)

Dave Pimm: Heyy, how’s it going?

The Wonder : hello! right on time!

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