Saturday, March 28, 2015

300,000 Thanks!!!!



My blog has reached 300,000 pageviews in two years, and my Google+ profile has received over 8,200,000 visits during the same time.

I am very grateful to everyone who every day, from all over the world, are interested in my posts and sharings.

Thank you very much!

Of course, thanks to my loved Eddi too, my teacher and guide.



There is still some cake...



Thursday, March 26, 2015

Last chance to see LGBT films over the world


As BFI Flare, London's LGBT Film Festival, began screening for the capital's viewers this week, we've been staging an ambitious programme to make five of the Festival's films available free for everyone everywhere until 29 March.
 
For the first time ever the British Council and BFI Flare have made 5 short films available free and online for people around the world, through the BFI Player.
 
#fiveFilms4freedom is a chance for audiences everywhere to enjoy a taster of LGBT cinema; to find out a little bit more about emerging LGBT filmmakers from around the world; and most importantly, to show support for freedom and equality everywhere.
 
Enjoy them in this link!


True Wheel

Morning is broken

Code Academy

Chance

An afternoon

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The new Changing of the Guard?

 
The Changing of the Guard is one of Buckingham Palace’s most popular traditions in UK.
 
A dance troupe pretending to be the Queen’s Guard marched through central London’s Southbank, fooling some tourists into thinking they were the real deal.
 
The crowds were bemused when the group broke into a synchronised dance routine before tearing off their clothing to reveal Union Jack boxers.
 
The stunt was intended to promote the launch of new drama TV series "The Royals", which features a fictional royal family loosely based on the real British royals.
 
It seems more a changed guards than a changing of guard.
 
Watch the funny video below.