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BFI London Film Festival 2018 Review: The Fight – “A debut film that more than punches its weight”

Posted by on Oct 19, 2018 in All, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews, sport | 0 comments

Jessica Hynes might best known as a comedy actress, but it’s the drama of the everyday she ’s exploring in her first feature as a...

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BFI London Film Festival 2018 Review: Out Of Blue – “Flashes of brilliance”

Posted by on Oct 16, 2018 in All, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews, thriller | 0 comments

Carol Morley is an investigator behind the camera; it’s the common thread that runs through her films. From the fragments of memories from...

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BFI London Film Festival 2018 Review: Widows – “The script is sharp as a knife”

Posted by on Oct 11, 2018 in action, All, Books, Film, Headline, Reviews, thriller | 0 comments

Steve McQueen got the 62nd BFI London Film Festival off to an explosive start with his female fronted heist. Adapted from Lynda La...

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BFI London Film Festival 2018 Review: Bad Reputation – The new Joan Jett documentary

Posted by on Oct 8, 2018 in All, documentary, Film, Reviews | 0 comments

Rock docs can often be a pretty standard cut-up of the archive and talking heads. Director Kevin Kerslake’s Joan Jett film Bad Reputation...

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Review: A Simple Favour – “Wickedly silly”

Posted by on Sep 18, 2018 in All, Books, comedy, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews, thriller | 0 comments

The trailer for A Simple Favour makes Paul Feig’s latest film look like a modern thriller in the Gone Girl vein. But it isn’t that. It’s a...

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Review: Anchor and Hope

Posted by on Sep 12, 2018 in All, comedy, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews | 0 comments

As a small houseboat emerges from the dark on the tunnel. London’s Regent’s canal provides both the setting and rhythm of this romantic...

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Review: Distant Voices, Still Lives

Posted by on Aug 28, 2018 in All, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews | 0 comments

A 30th-anniversary re-release of writer-director Terence Davies’ WW2 and postwar era family drama. A semi-autobiographical film, drawn...

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Review: Rebecca at Somerset House for Film4 Summer Screen

Posted by on Aug 19, 2018 in All, Books, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews, romance, thriller | 0 comments

I can think of fewer places more perfect to watch Alfred Hitchcock’s Oscar-winning 1940 adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier’s novel Rebecca....

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Review: The Eyes of Orson Welles

Posted by on Aug 10, 2018 in All, documentary, Film, Reviews | 0 comments

The life and films of Orson Welles have poured over by many a filmmaker, and even director/critic/historian Mark Cousins debated whether...

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Tasting Cinema Film Club – A new immersive film club

Posted by on Jul 7, 2018 in All, Film, News | 0 comments

The latest immersive film club on the block invites you to taste what you see. Presented by What’s On The Red Carpet who run film themed...

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