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JC Chandor

A Most Violent Year – Review

A Most Violent Year – Review

Writer/Director - JC Chandor - Starring: Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain, Albert Brooks, David Oyelowo, Elyes Gabel, Alessandro Nivola, Catalina Sandino Moreno, Jerry Adler...

Birdman dominates Independent Spirit Award nominations

Birdman dominates Independent Spirit Award nominations

The film that opened the Venice Film Festival, Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Birdman, has topped the nominations list for the thirtieth Film Independent Spirit Awards; it’s nominated in six categories, including Best Feature, Best Director, Best Male Lead for Michael Keaton, and Emma...

I’m So Excited by Gravity: UK Screen’s best and worst of 2013

I’m So Excited by Gravity: UK Screen’s best and worst of 2013

2013 has been another busy year for UK Screen, with more than a hundred theatrical releases reviewed and the usual mix of big celebrity interviews and reports from awards, such as the Oscars and the Golden Globes, and festivals including Cannes, Toronto and the London Film Festival. The best release...

All Is Lost – Review

All Is Lost – Review

Director/writer: JC Chandor - Starring: Robert Redford...

Cannes shows Redford has lost nothing

Cannes shows Redford has lost nothing

Anyone who’s seen last year’s Oscar-winning Life of Pi, might feel that they’ve done someone trying to survive against the odds on a life raft in the middle of the Indian Ocean. But setting a ship-wreck against the background of moving a zoo pushes some of the drama into the realms...

Polanski, Payne, Coens, Soderbergh and Ozon return to Cannes

Polanski, Payne, Coens, Soderbergh and Ozon return to Cannes

A whole host of Cannes favourites will be back on the Croisette next month for the 66th Cannes Film Festival. After opening with Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, the festival will feature highlights from past winners and contenders in the competition. Among the most high profile films included...

UKscreen’s Best and Worst of 2012

UKscreen’s Best and Worst of 2012

UKscreen's best of 2012 included Argo, Headhunters, The Hunt and Amour while literally bringing up the rear are One for the Money and A Few Best Men....

Margin Call

Margin Call – Review

Wall Street, as the global banking industry is about to crash, and a young analyst, Seth (Penn Badgley) and his mentor, up-and-coming trader Peter (Zachary Quinto), discover that the figures just ...

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