'La Barracuda': Film Review | SXSW 2017  Allison Tolman and Sophie Reid play half-sisters who connect via their late country musician father in 'La Barracuda' a suspenseful ballad about shared bloodlines and the simmering rage of exclusion.  read more

'La Barracuda': Film Review | SXSW 2017 Allison Tolman and Sophie Reid play half-sisters who connect via their late country musician father in 'La Barracuda' a suspenseful ballad about shared bloodlines and the simmering rage of exclusion. read more

Sophie Ebrard.  Wyatt Clarke Jones.  Lifestyle.  AOP 2016.  Michael Buble.  Celebrity.  Musician

Sophie Ebrard. Wyatt Clarke Jones. Lifestyle. AOP 2016. Michael Buble. Celebrity. Musician

Anne-Sophie Mutter's recordings of Alban Berg's Violin Concerto is definitely one of the greatest of all time.

Anne-Sophie Mutter's recordings of Alban Berg's Violin Concerto is definitely one of the greatest of all time.

Collections. Sophie Zinga.  Hibiscus. | SUPERSELECTED - Black Fashion Magazine Black Models Black Contemporary Artists Art Black Musicians

Collections. Sophie Zinga. Hibiscus. | SUPERSELECTED - Black Fashion Magazine Black Models Black Contemporary Artists Art Black Musicians

Sophie Ebrard.  Wyatt Clarke Jones.  Lifestyle.  AOP 2016.  Michael Buble.  Celebrity. Musician

Sophie Ebrard. Wyatt Clarke Jones. Lifestyle. AOP 2016. Michael Buble. Celebrity. Musician

Pencil portrait of musician Rick Wakeman by Sophie E Tallis

Pencil portrait of musician Rick Wakeman by Sophie E Tallis

Two young film-makers from Northamptonshire will have their work shown at the National Media Museum next week. Spot the Zebra by 12-year-old Sophie Oliver and The Wobbly Tooth by Katie White, also 12, who both attend Winchester House School in Brackley, will be screened at the Co-operative Young Film-Makers Festival. The entries were chosen from more than 250 productions by young film-makers, schools, youth groups, arts groups, colleges and video workshops.

Two young film-makers from Northamptonshire will have their work shown at the National Media Museum next week. Spot the Zebra by 12-year-old Sophie Oliver and The Wobbly Tooth by Katie White, also 12, who both attend Winchester House School in Brackley, will be screened at the Co-operative Young Film-Makers Festival. The entries were chosen from more than 250 productions by young film-makers, schools, youth groups, arts groups, colleges and video workshops.

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