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BECTU sector of Prospect union screening of Who Killed British Cinema? 17th October 2017

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If you would like to attend this free BECTU event at The Cinema Museum, Kennington London on the 17th October doors opening at 5.30pm please register at https://who-killed-british-cinema.eventbrite.com Taken 2 years but we are finally here.  The screening of “Who Killed British Cinema?” by Media and Entertainment union BECTU...

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Dunkirk 2017 Film Review

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In WHO KILLED BRITISH CINEMA? , Sir Ben Kingsley states in response to the next generation of UK film makers: “ We have to be valiant!” Bravery is precisely what English film director Christopher Nolan represents in DUNKIRK. There are no Americans. The film is propped up by Kenneth Branagh,...

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The Book of Henry – Film Review

An emotive and original piece of writing (Gregg Hurwitz) following a recent trend of very strong child performances with THE SHACK, GIFTED, released this month.  Henry is still not a teenager but plays the role of responsible adult alongside official single parent played by the impressive Naomi Watts. He...

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Hampstead – Film Review

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American legend Diane Keaton stars alongside Brendan Gleeson and Simon Callow in this British story loosely based on the life of Harry Hallowes known as the Hampstead Heath squatter. Just like THE LADY IN THE VAN, also based on a true character, eccentricity and social responsibility have always been...

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CHURCHILL – Film Review

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A man under pressure. When the Allies begin to embark upon defending the Western Front from Nazi Germany CHURCHILL paints the Prime Minister of Great Britain amidst his private thoughts and feelings as opposed to his policies and public image. Fantastic actor Brian Cox depicts an engaging and intriguing...

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GIFTED FILM REVIEW

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GIFTED stars CAPTAIN AMERICA’S Chris Evans, Octavia Spencer and with child actress McKenna Grace who is beautifully directed by Marc Webb (500 DAYS OF SUMMER). Frank (Evans) is Mary’s (Grace) uncle having taken in the seven year old child prodigy after her mother’s suicide. And just like her mother,...

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Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer Review

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NORMAN-THE MODERATE RISE AND TRAGIC FALL OF A NEW YORK FIXER is played by Richard Gere. A four act story with a supporting cast of Michael Sheen, Steve Buscemi, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Harris Yulin. Norman is a likeable but sad Woody Allen type character desperate to bridge deals between...

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THE SHACK FILM REVIEW

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Mack (Sam Worthington) comes from a disturbing family background. His father was an alcoholic and a physical abuser.  Raised in the farmlands of USA’s mid west, Mack’s coping mechanism in such strife comes in the form of religion, and in adulthood he finds an equally passionate Christian called Nan...

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My Cousin Rachel

Based on Daphne Du Maurier’s ( The Birds, Rebecca, Don’t Look now ) 1951 novel, My Cousin Rachel stars Rachel Weisz, Sam Claflin, Holliday Grainger and Iain Glen in this period thriller set in the 19th Century. Phillip Ashley (Claflin) is an orphaned child raised by his lookalike cousin...

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Lloyd Kaufman and film festivals

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Hi everyone, we are patiently waiting for our book to be finalised so we can then self release “Who Killed British Cinema?” the film and the book at the same time. We hope you can understand how difficult it can be for indie filmmakers to self release and publish...

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