Chris Campbell

Snowy morning as I arrived at work.

Mac and cheese grilled cheese at The Real Scoop (cooked in a waffle iron).

Watching Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s brilliant WINTER SLEEP again. 🍿

Tasters at Roof Hound Brewing just outside of Digby.

Watching Alfonso Cuarón’s ROMA on Netflix as I continue to catch up on films before the end of the year. 🍿

Thinking about the brilliance of Claire Denis using Neil Young’s “Safeway Cart” as the background music for Foreign Legion soldiers marching in BEAU TRAVAIL.

Salty sewer cover.

Tree and morning light.

I introduce the Claire Denis film LET THE SUNSHINE IN for the latest episode in my “I Watch Movies” microcast. 🎥

Button from Birdies Bread.

Thinking that I may not get to see all of the films that I want to see before the end of the year. Really want to see ZAMA, IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK, BURNING, and THE FAVOURITE.

Snow on fence.

Smoke from the stacks in the distance.

Morning light looking towards the harbour.

Morning light on cilantro.

A few days later and HAPPY AS LAZZARO is sticking with me. What a strange and beautiful film it is. More people should see it.

Snowy view out the kitchen window.

Watching Stanley Donen’s 1963 thriller CHARADE on a snow-covered Friday night. 🍿

Ships in the harbour in interesting light.

I’ve launched a new microcast on where I do brief introductions to films. The first episode is about the documentary Faces Places from 2017 which was co-directed by Agnès Varda and JR.

Morning light.

Pizza with butternut squash sauce topped with some cauliflower and red onion and cheese and cilantro.

Setting sun.

Tree branches and cloudy sky.

Morning light on the campus.