urban drama


Shakespeare in the Streets: the documentary


1/100 Days of productivity.

07 September 2016 - My desk

I had my first day at sixth form! I only had drama today which was was pretty relaxed so I spent some time writing out the course material for the next 2 years.


Berlin by Simon Alexander
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“Happy Together” Trailer

Director: Wong Kar Wai
Cinematographer: Christopher Doyle


Year: 1997


 Manila in the Claws of Light| 1975 | Lino Brocka | Philippines

I highly recommend to watch this unusual drama masterpiece.

anonymous asked:

i'd like to rec a japanese movie that's recently come out. it's called 'if cats disappeared from the world' and it's a sort of urban fantasy drama that should appeal to people who like magical realism. it stars takeru sato who was absolutely brilliant in the rurouni kenshin live action adaptation and he's in brilliant form here as well. please give this a boost. it's a great movie and deserves to be watched!


Following the death of his mother a thirty-year old man decides to leave his father’s house and live independently. Soon he has a cat as well. When he soon receives surprising news he is offered a Faustian bargain that could change everything for everyone.

Sounds interesting! Go watch it guys! 

Mod A. 


Budapest Streets by Simon Alexander
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Foggy by Simon Alexander
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The singer stars in tale of a young woman who returns home and is forced to care for her ailing father.

“Where Children Play,” a drama starring Grammy Award-winning singer Macy Gray, has been acquired by the Urban Movie Channel.
Robert L. Johnson, chairman and founder of UMC’s parent company RLJ Entertainment, made the announcement Sunday.’
“Where Children Play” tells the story of a young woman who is estranged from her parents for a decade and, after returning to Compton for her mother’s funeral, is forced to stay and care for her sick father. [X]


The Prince of Cats by Ron Wimberly

“This hip-hop retelling of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet focuses on Tybalt (derisively referred to as “the Prince of Cats”) and his Capulet crew as they do battle nightly with the hated Montagues.

Set in a Blade Runner-esque version of Brooklyn, PRINCE OF CATS is a mix of urban drama, samurai action and classic Shakespearean theater…all written in iambic pentameter! Don’t miss this original graphic novel written and illustrated by Ronald Wimberly (SENTENCES: THE LIFE OF M.F. GRIMM)!”

Available at Amazon


I know, i’m childish, but it was even said by Kendrick himself. Just because white people feel, “left out” from the album they’re calling it overrated, and niggas with illusions of grandeur are trying to say it’s wack.

I’m not sure if ya’ll understand, niggas are saying its overrated cause he’s trying too hard to be “deep”, like really? He’s dropping the best knowledge for any black boy,girl, man, and woman to hear that will not only boost the confidence in ourselves, but the confidence in us as an entire race, but they’re calling it wack cause they don’t want to take the time to listen.

I swear this entire post made me feel like Huey on Boondocks, I guess you aren’t suppose to tell white people the truth about certain things.

The Intro says, “Every NIGGA is a star..”