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Tyrannosaur is the King of the BIFAs

Tyrannosaur is the King of the BIFAs

With three of the top awards at the 14th British Independent Film Awards, the dark drama Tyrannosaur was the big winner of the night, at the ceremony at Old Billingsgate. It was voted the Best British Independent Film, with director...

BIFA to honour Branagh and Fiennes

BIFA to honour Branagh and Fiennes

The organisers of the British Independent Film Awards are to give honorary prizes to the actor/directors Kenneth Branagh and Ralph Fiennes at their awards ceremony next month. Ralph Fiennes - whose directorial debut Coriolanus was premiered at last month's London Film Festival - will receive the ...

Vanessa Redgrave honoured by American Academy in London

Vanessa Redgrave honoured by American Academy in London

The actress and political activist Vanessa Redgrave has been honoured by the Oscar-awarding Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences at an unprecedented ceremony in London. The retrospective of her work at the Curzon Soho cinema - hosted by the...

Sky begins to fall for Bond 23

Sky begins to fall for Bond 23

The cameras have finally started rolling on the next installment of the James Bond Franchise, with the Oscar winning Sam Mendes taking the helm of Skyfall. Revealing the title at a news conference with the cast and director, the producers described it as "the worst-kept secret in London."...

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...

LFF2011: Fiennes updates Shakespeares Rome in Coriolanus

LFF2011: Fiennes updates Shakespeares Rome in Coriolanus

Shakespeare is featuring big at this year's London Film Festival - with Vanessa Redgrave appearing in two films linked to the Bard. As well as starring as Queen Elizabeth in Anonymous, which questions the very authorship of the works linked to Shakespeare, she ...

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...

Cemetery Junction

Cemetery Junction – Review

In 1973 Reading – or more specifically the suburb of Cemetery Junction – a group of young twenty-somethings are at that point in their lives where they’re trying to leave their childhood behind, d...

The Hurt Locker

The Hurt Locker – Review

Sergeant Will James (Renner) arrives in Baghdad to take charge of a bomb-disposal unit, working with Bravo Company towards the end of its tour of duty in Iraq, in December 2004. As is required on...

The Duchess

The Duchess – Review

It’s the eighteenth century and a bunch of young men and women are playing kiss-chase in the grounds of the Althorp Estate – remember Althorp? We’ll be returning to that theme later. One of the youn...

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