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Oscar shows that animators are animated

Oscar shows that animators are animated

The Academy might have been staging  its 85th Awards this year, but it’s only the twelfth time that it’s handed out an Oscar for the Best Animated Feature. Pixar has dominated the category, with films including Finding Nemo, WALL-E, Up and Toy Story 3 having walked off with the Oscar. ...

LFF2012: Record ticket sales for new look shorter festival

LFF2012: Record ticket sales for new look shorter festival

Bracketed by films and fellowships for one of the industry's most idiosyncratic couples, the new look London Film Festival is celebrating its best ever ticket sales....

Frankenweenie – Review

Frankenweenie – Review

Director: Tim Burton - Voices: Charlie Tahan, Martin Short, Martin Landau, Catherine O'Hara, Wynona Ryder...

Tim Burton: I Love All Monsters

Tim Burton: I Love All Monsters

Tim Burton explains how his beloved horror movies and monsters filled the emotional void in his lonely childhood and how they inspired his art and movies. The only horror he remembers is growing up in Burbank, California! ...

Taken 2 takes over the box office

Taken 2 takes over the box office

Liam Neeson's Taken 2 storms the US and international box offices in its opening weekend with $50 million and $53 million respectively....

London Film Festival announces new look line-up

London Film Festival announces new look line-up

The BFI has announced the full line-up of the 56th London Film Festival, kicking off with Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie on 10th October, ending with Mike Newell’s Great Expectations on 21st October and with more than two hundred and twenty more features and over a hundred shorts in between....

Burton to open London Film Festival 2012

Burton to open London Film Festival 2012

The BFI has picked Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie to open the 2012 London Film Festival. The screening, at the Odeon Leicester Square on 10th October this year, will be the European premiere of the film – and in a first for the festival, it will be shown simultaneously on thirty other screen...

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