Encounters at the End of the World (2008) Review

By Daniel Good As Werner Herzog informs us in his opening sequence, this is no ordinary film about Antarctica. Whilst this film seeks to show us the beauty of the continent alongside the incredible research that is undertaken there, Herzog’s focus lies firmly within his human subjects. It becomes apparent that although people move to … Continue reading

The MoD Man

Fairly new to a business in which entire nations are affected, Oliver Hakin, an engineering technician apprentice, has given his time to answer questions about his life in the Ministry of Defence. Hakin’s started working for the MoD in 2010 although this was no easy feat. Upon seeing the apprenticeship scheme on the government’s website … Continue reading