Veritgo Tops Film Poll

Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo has been voted the greatest film of all time by a board of critics and academics, fifty-four years after its cinematic release. The British Film Institute’s Sight and Sound magazine poll seemed predictable; Orson Welles’s Citizen Kane has won for the last fifty years. The magazine’s editor Nick James welcomes the change […]

Kathleen Jamie – A Favourite Poet

Scottish writer Kathleen Jamie likes privacy. Lucky to be in a small crowd for an advance reading of her latest anthology, I learnt she also shares the rewards of her reclusiveness – astute life lessons. Quietly performing an untitled, unfinished poem for the first time, her words were abruptly fragile. I locked into her message, […]