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How music festivals plan to make a comeback in 2021

How music festivals plan to make a comeback in 2021

Live music companies are having to make big changes to survive unpredictable lockdown measures, mixing virtual options with physical ones for a staggered return next year. If you’re a festival lover or music fan, you’ve probably been missing the thrill of live concerts and gigs this year. The pandemic has obliterated the live entertainment industry, so much so that the UK is now at risk of losing its status as...

By London, UK
Kiss the Ground offers hope with regenerative agriculture

Kiss the Ground offers hope with regenerative agriculture

Woody Harrelson narrates this unusually optimistic film about the climate crisis, arguing that regenerative agriculture could be the key to turning things around. Netflix has released its latest documentary on the climate crisis called Kiss the Ground, which takes an extensive look at the use of soil and regenerative farming to reverse the effects of climate change. The film, which is narrated by Woody Harrelson, explains the emergence of industrial...

By London, UK
Disney responds to lockdown loneliness with GroupWatch

Disney responds to lockdown loneliness with GroupWatch

Disney Plus will now offer users the ability to share screens with up to seven viewers, giving it a significant advantage over Netflix. Despite its rocky launch and recent Mulan controversy, Disney Plus continues to enjoy huge subscriber numbers and viewing figures. In April of this year it managed to surpass 50 million paying users which will have likely increased significantly since then, making it a serious competitor to Netflix. It...

By London, UK
The unlikely rebirth of the drive-in cinema

The unlikely rebirth of the drive-in cinema

Drive-in cinemas were widely associated with cheesy retro romcoms from a bygone era but now, thanks to coronavirus, they’re back like never before. You may have noticed that drive-in cinemas have starting popping up across the world over the last few months. 2020 has seen our idea of ‘normal’ flipped upside down. Where once we would cram ourselves into packed out stadiums and concert halls, we’re now extremely mindful of coming...

By London, UK