Category Archives: Film

Severance

Taking a break from working over the Easter weekend, a film about a Management Team Building break seemed a good choice. Organisations invest heavily in team building away days, short breaks and outward bound adventures. It’s important that teams get on well together, trust each other, and know each others strengths and weaknesses. Severance sees… Read More »

The Wire as Management Textbook

Management consultants and leadership gurus often spend a lot of time looking for inspirational leaders and models of managerial success with which they can inspire people. It’s become almost a cliché to draw examples from the military and sports. Those examples are often filled with products of private education and great universities, excluding individuals from… Read More »

Family Film Night At Christmas

Family Film Night At Christmas Every Christmas we set aside a day to gather together as a family, lounge about in our pajamas and enjoy Christmas films together. We might engage in some Christmas card writing or gift wrapping, but mostly, we’re all broccoli on the sofa, with the fire roaring, enjoying being together. When… Read More »

What is Nordic Noir?

Why Nordic Noir? Nordic Noir is now appearing on international TV and film screens, after years of great sales of Nordic novels, particularly in the crime genre. There are differences in the countries included in the terms Scandinavian peninsula and the Nordic countries where the Norsemen roamed, but the phrases “Nordic Noir” and “Skandi-lit” tend… Read More »