Life is about opportunity, about the choices we are given and the choices we make. They say that, “when you look back on your life, you’ll regret the things you didn’t do more than the ones you did.”
Recently, The Rabbit Film Section’s Editor has been given the opportunity to see exclusive new films which are to be shown at an exclusive Media and Trade Preview event, to be held in the heart of London. The films include: ‘I Give it a Year’, ‘Wreck it Ralph’, ‘Lincoln’ and many more. The event is also set to have Q and As with actors, directors and filmmakers who are at the heart of the multi-billion pound film business.
Film is a wonderful entertainment medium, which can be both an individual and a group experience. There is something magical about a group of people, when plunged in to darkness and engrossed in the same action, the same plot, and the same film, eating salty popcorn and sipping on ice cold coke. And when emotions are shared at the same moment, there is something very unique about that. And, indeed, when you view a film on your own, your own emotion is just as valid, if not more so, heightened.
Film has the diversity to reach out to more than their audiences; the films themselves often have morals, which are often carried on to our own lives. So, if there’s any opportunity given to you, you should grab it with both hands and revel in the experience.
Check out the next issue, which will be out in a fortnight, for all of the exclusive content from this exclusive event.
Naomi Jeffreys, Film Editor