In his Culture novels, Iain M. Banks depicted a utopian society which has a ‘way’ and a sense of destiny akin to those found in religion. The second of these novels, The Player of Games, illustrates how Banks’ atheism did not stop him believing that certain moral values will inevitably prevail.
The Christmas mouse ran through the house, whilst everybody else was asleep. As was his instinct, he began in the kitchen. Oh what a feast! The remnants filled his empty belly til the mouse thought he might burst. After much chewing and licking, he was fully sated, and more than slightly inebriated…
A message of universal peace and goodwill with new words, an old theme, and music and photographs borrowed generously from others. This film is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. You can read more about the making […]
When Suzi moves to a new country, all seems well until memories and fantasies start to intrude on everyday life. Lost in a maze of her building and her mind, she has to rediscover the truth of the life she […]
Apart; Meant is a short story made with still photos. It demos some of the ideas later made into Re:Move. This film is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.