Joanna Ellis reviews the short films on show at the BANFF Film Festival while it shows at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Scotland’s biggest screen.Read more
I’m currently studying Digital Film and Television at the Royal Conservatoire and look to move to London in future to further pursue a career in film production. Young Perspective was a perfect match for my ambitions – writing for this magazine is an opportunity I am greatly appreciating. My interest in television and theatre has been with me since before I can remember, and my love for film came hand in hand with a growing admiration for photography and understanding of my own career goals.
Joanna Ellis reviews the fourth episode of BBC Two thriller, The Fall, saying “the show is teetering on the edge of becoming too longwinded to keep its audience engaged.”Read more
Joanna Ellis reviews Aladdin, the annual pantomime at Edinburgh’s King’s Theatre, praising usual favourites Allan Stewart, Andy Gray and Grant Stott.Read more
Joanna Ellis reviews the third episode of series two of The Fall, saying she hopes it “pick up the shattering pieces of its plot”. Includes spoilers.Read more
Joanna Ellis reviews the second episode of of BBC Two’s hit-thriller The Fall, One Named Peter, as things hot up in Belfast. Includes spoilers.Read more
Joanna Ellis reviews the first episode of of BBC Two’s hit-thriller The Fall, Walk the Line, also summarising the first events of the first season.Read more