Category Archives: TV

Trash Talk : EFTTC x Scalarama

We here at Eating From The Trashcan are delighted to be part of the Scalarama Film Festival 2015. In association with the L15 Projector and Cinema Co-operative, we’re going to running our very own event and you should definitely all

Trash Talk : EFTTC x Scalarama

We here at Eating From The Trashcan are delighted to be part of the Scalarama Film Festival 2015. In association with the L15 Projector and Cinema Co-operative, we’re going to running our very own event and you should definitely all

‘You’re Back In The Room’: It’s Not Fake, It’s Just Hyperreal

“Welcome to You’re Back in the Room, a gameshow like no other.” Phillip Schofield, you are not wrong. Last week, Jacob Bolton wrote an insightful piece on Gogglebox, Channel 4’s half-arsed stab at meta-theatrical irony, which—in a glorious combination of

‘You’re Back In The Room’: It’s Not Fake, It’s Just Hyperreal

“Welcome to You’re Back in the Room, a gameshow like no other.” Phillip Schofield, you are not wrong. Last week, Jacob Bolton wrote an insightful piece on Gogglebox, Channel 4’s half-arsed stab at meta-theatrical irony, which—in a glorious combination of

Gogglebox: Television and the question of Engagement

For better or worse, television has pretty much always been associated with hordes of brain-dead, sofa-bound imbeciles mechanically chewing on crisps. Whilst we all know that this isn’t true, it’s easy to understand where the image comes from: Television’s job

Gogglebox: Television and the question of Engagement

For better or worse, television has pretty much always been associated with hordes of brain-dead, sofa-bound imbeciles mechanically chewing on crisps. Whilst we all know that this isn’t true, it’s easy to understand where the image comes from: Television’s job