If I put in a lot of conscious effort and plan my whole day around it, I'll sometimes watch a film.
A largely-forgotten biopic that the BBC made in 2015 as a loosely-justified tie-in with an initiative to encourage young audiences to get into programming.
Daniel Radcliffe stars as Sam Houser, president of Rockstar Games and producer of the Grand Theft Auto series, hot off the success of Vice City and entering production on San Andreas. He is portrayed as a passionate auteur, insistent of the need to push the envelope and take video games into daring new territory, rather than…
A startling exposé on how hard it is to work for Hideaki Anno. I was getting a headache from the intricacy of his staff's work, and how casually Anno dismisses it. It's a horror show.
This is the way Anno wants to be understood though. He spends a lot of time directing the documentary crew not to focus on him, but the reactions of his staff. Evangelion is a work of his deepest, most sincere passions. He's rarely consciously aware…