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Author: Roberta Pia

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Back in the 90s, I spent a lot of time trying to be as entertaining as humanly possible with the English language via old classics such as MSN Messenger, MySpace and LiveJournal. In this day and age, I do freelance writing for various things under the moniker Bob'll Write It - intertwining engaging, tongue-in-cheek, often facetious chat with well-constructed sentences since some time ago.

Recent articles by Roberta Pia

  • CELEBRATING ALTERNATIVE SUPERHEROES

    CELEBRATING ALTERNATIVE SUPERHEROES

    A slightly different story about a guy with superpowers who also happens to be a hardened criminal and drug addict, but wants to change his ways. Nick Love - director of American Hero - talks to us about Stephen Dorff, superhero films, and why he hates Superman.

  •  TOP 10 TRAINSPOTTING MOMENTS

    TOP 10 TRAINSPOTTING MOMENTS

    To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Trainspotting ahead of today's EIFF screening, we celebrate the finest moments from one of the best Scottish films ever to land on our cinema screens. Choose life. Choose Trainspotting.

  • The 5 Most Bad Ass Zombies, Witches & Unimaginable Monsters at EIFF

    The 5 Most Bad Ass Zombies, Witches & Unimaginable Monsters at EIFF

    We want you to have a nice time at EIFF, but life isn't all bunny rabbits and rainbows. Sometimes The Fear comes knocking at your door, and the best thing for you to do is embrace it and take it to the movies. Here's a round up of the stuff of nightmares at this year's festival.

  • BRADY CORBET TALKS TYRANNY, TRIUMPH AND 35MM

    BRADY CORBET TALKS TYRANNY, TRIUMPH AND 35MM

    We did an interview with Brady Corbet ahead of the EIFF UK Premiere of The Childhood of a Leader to find out what the film is about, why it took a decade to finish it, and why he chose to shoot it on 35mm.

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