KYD pieces written by Daniel Golding
Before sound came, film was a disquieting medium. The pale, spectral images were unnerving to viewers in their silence. Music, usually in the guise of live pianists, organists and the occasional cinema orchestra, transformed film and added life and warmth. ‘Ghostly shadows, as volatile as clouds, thus … Read more »
from Issue No. 7.
Few topics have agitated great minds as persistently as the flaws of youth. Inter-generational hand-wringing has long been a ritualised passageway to middle age and beyond. The accelerated pace of technological and media change, however, has expanded the old habit to enthusiastically target youthful cultural forms as … Read more »
from Issue No. 5.