Tag Archives: Celebrity

The world is going crazy for little plastic pieces – oh it must be #thelegomovie

13 Feb

Everyone’s going Lego crazy and I have to say I’m one very much joining the band wagon. Its a great film, nostalgic, funny and insanely clever, the animation is unprecedented!

So for our very first outing The Reel Film Show were invited along to a very special ‘celebrity screening’ of The Lego Movie (get us eh?!) and I had a chat or two with some famous faces (of sorts).

Bottom line is that everyone has and always will love lego and the excitement to see the film was incredible. Its out tomorrow and I’ll be bringing you my usual round up of films to watch in 60 seconds so please stay tuned for that, but in the meantime enjoy!

She loves films and she likes to talk about them ALOT – so here’s her brand new showreel! #presenter #showreel #talent

5 Dec

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Hi folks,

Firstly as the year is drawing to a close, I just want to say a huge thank you to everyone for all their support of both my presenting work and blog (s) this past year. Its been really exciting with even more opportunities to look forward to in 2014. I really have been a lucky old so and so!

Because this year has been so fruitful, I’ve met and worked with some amazing people, its that time again where I need to update my showreel and let you all see the fun work I’ve been doing on your TV and computer screens.

As always, if you know someone who might benefit from using me as a presenter or a Film Critic, then please do put them in touch. All my details are on the ‘About Me’ page.

There are plenty more reviews to come, including The Hobbit (yes geek excitement is boiling), Anchorman 2 (stay classy) and of course everything that is heading to the bright lights of awards season! So please do keep following this blog, keep sharing my reviews, following me on Twitter and I’ll keep the film information coming right to your door/computer screen!

But for now, here it is in all its glory… my brand spanking new showreel!



Channel 5 News – My Oscar Predictions re-visited

1 Mar

Award season might be over, but I managed to receive a burst of award buzz back through my door as the lovely people at Channel 5 News sent me a copy of my Oscar predictions appearance last Friday. I managed to score a hat trick (not the previously thought 2/3!) which made watching it even better, so if you missed it last week, then here I am (at about 2:21mins) chatting all things Oscars with the fabulous James King. Enjoy!

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The Wig Party 2011 – Giving to a good cause

2 Oct

This weekend, wowzas what a busy one! As I write this I’ve just returned from presenting on the red carpet for Leicester Square TV (follow them at @lsqtv) at the UK premiere for Johnny English Reborn – more on that tomorrow!

What I want to write about today is something which surprisingly really enlightened me. On Saturday night I presented at The Wig Party 2011. (http://www.wigparty.org/) At first I was slightly dubious, not a huge brief to go with this one, and being the stickler for detail that I am, I like to be prepared, never the less I thought lets give it a go… I’m glad I did.

The Wig Party is probably the most outrageous party of the year, its (as of this year) based in 1 Mayfair a fantastic church conversion turned party venue. It raises a huge amount of money for the National Aids Trust as well as raising awareness for HIV and Aids in the UK. Everyone involved is a volunteer, from the celebrity presenters (Tim Vincent) and judges (Jason Gardner, Boy George, Ben Cooke) giving up their time through to the dancers, bar staff, PR, Marketing and the wonderful Tattinger Champagne which sponsored the event!

The premise is simple: wear a wig to the event, enter yourself in the pageant, raise money, have a great night and embrace your inner drag queen – and boy there were plenty! It was fantastic. My role, was to go around, interview the organisers, the celebrities, the partakers and the guests and capture the essence of the evening. It was mad, bad and full of fun and something that I hope to do more of in the future. From a presenting point, I was in my element, everyone I talked to was in fantastic spirits, keen to raise as much cash as they can for a great cause and were dressed in possibly the most amazing fancy dress I have ever seen, the effort really made the atmosphere electric!

For now you’ll see I’ve posted a couple of taster picks, but as soon as the final edit is finished I’ll post again and I encourage you all to share the video, book your tickets for next year and give if you can to the National Aids Trust, a truly brilliant cause.

Many thanks for reading and if you need more information on this great cause, see below…