Relating back to my post earlier in the year, you can now see a small highlights trailer for the Limassol International Documentary festival of the year, it truly was a very vibrant atmosphere and I think the video above shows it well, sorry on the slow posts however the life of a University student never involves much free time!
I’m back from the homeland, I had a great stay and managed to keep up with all the sporting activity I could. My body actually felt more rested than when I’m in England ‘resting’ on the couch all day. This was a break for firsts, for example first visit to Kourion, first visit to a hospital abroad, first passion fruit harvesting, first Limassol documentary festival attendance.
Seeing my town was what I’d been waiting for all year. Let’s not lie, this was probably the hardest year of my life and it seemed like no positives would result from it however thankfully I’ve been proven wrong and I’ll be posting more again very soon….
Go Cyprus! I think we have a good shot of winning this year!
Eurovision is one of my favorite nights of the year, although I shouldn’t be admitting that…… Why didn’t anyone invite me to shoot the video? The dance routine could be a little more interesting and I’m not certain about how I feel about the pink women combing each others hair but I think the song should be enough to pull us from the top!
Everyone vote for Cyprus, Europe is the best place to be! (Asia is a close second)
Rainy Day Women are a new up and coming band in Australia. A friend did the work on their new video ‘Aimee’. I think it’s pretty neat so have a watch and a listen. The song is a little more depressing than what I’m used to hearing but when listening closer you have to appreciate the raw sort of feel the band have.