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Maps To The Stars – Review

Maps To The Stars – Review

Director: David Cronenberg - Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Julianne Moore , Evan Bird, John Cusack, Robert Pattinson, Sarah Gadon, Carrie Fisher, Olivia Williams, Niamh Wilson, Emilia McCarthy...

Loach and Leigh to go head to head in Cannes

Loach and Leigh to go head to head in Cannes

Two British directors will be up against each other for the prestigious Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Both Cannes veterans – indeed Palme d’Or winners – this will be Ken Loach’s eighteenth time screening a film at the festival. Indeed, despite it...

Handful of Cannes favourites to return to the Croisette

Handful of Cannes favourites to return to the Croisette

Former winners of the Palme d'Or, including Britain's Ken Loach and the polyglot Austrian Michael Haneke, are back in competition again at this year's Cannes Film Festival....

A Dangerous Method

A Dangerous Method – Review

In 1904, a young Russian woman, Sabina Spielrein (Keira Knightley) is dragged - literally kicking and screaming - into the Zurich clinic of a rising doctor, Carl Jung (Michael Fasbender). Using t...

Ramsays Kevin takes top prize at LFF 2011

Ramsays Kevin takes top prize at LFF 2011

The London Film Festival has drawn to a close -- with its top prize, the Star of London trophy for Best Film -- beging awarded to the director Lynne Ramsay's adaptation of Lionel Shriver's novel, "We Need to Talk About Kevin". The jury, chaired by the director John Madden, said the...

LFF announces 2011 programme

LFF announces 2011 programme

The London Film Festival has announced its 55th programme.The outgoing Artistic Director Sandra Hebrons final festival will start and finish with Rachel Weisz films 360, by Fernando Meirelles, and Terence Davies The Deep Blue Sea and include two Gala presentations starring George Clooney the poli...

Eastern Promises

Eastern Promises – Review

Anna (Watts) is a nurse at an east London hospital, when a heavily pregnant and badly wounded young girl is brought in. The medics manage to save the baby, but not the girl. Anna searches through...

A History of Violence

A History of Violence – Review

When family man Tom Stall (Mortensen) kills two gunmen who try to rob his cafe and rape his waitress, he becomes a local hero. All his fellow small-town residents praise him and the local media k...

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