Film & TV / First trailer for Amy Winehouse documentary

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A trailer has been released for Amy the story of the singer’s life and career. The doc is directed by BAFTA-winning Senna helmer Asif Kapadia. Altitude Film Distribution has set a July 3 release for the Amy Winehouse documentary, almost four years to the day of her untimely death at 27. The film has just… Read more »

Film & TV / Suffragette – new trailer

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Suffragette is a new film coming from Film 4, Written by Abi Morgan (Shame) and directed by Sarah Gavron (Brick Lane), it stars Carey Mulligan alongside Helena Bonham-Carter, Brendan Gleeson, Anne Marie Duff, Ben Whishaw, Meryl Streep. Mulligan plays a women’s rights activist in the early days of the feminist movement. Official synopsis for Suffragette:… Read more »

Film & TV / New trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road

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Fury Road must be one of the most hotly anticipated films of the year, with Tom Hardy as Max and original Director George Miller at the helm it brings Max Rockatansky into the post apocalyptic 21st Century. A new trailer has been released ahead of the films debut at Cannes on 24th May, the same… Read more »

Film & TV / Spooks: The Greater Good new trailer

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The BBC hit TV series centering on the larger than life adventures of MI5, Spooks, is heading to the big screen. Starring Kit Haringon, Peter Firth, Jennifer Ehle, Elyes Gabel, David Harewood and Tim McInnerny. Directed by Bharat Nalluri, from a screenplay by Jonathan Brackley and Sam Vincent, the film is released in May 2015…. Read more »

Film & TV / Book Of Fears

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Book Of Fears are a Los Angeles based band who have written the theme song to the critically acclaimed Netflix original series Bloodline. Book of Fears was started by Jason Rabe, Ravi Subramanian, and Fernando Sanchez In the summer of 2014. ‘Jason first had the idea for Book of Fears a few years back while… Read more »

Film & TV / Locked in Place: Cinema in a single setting

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You would be forgiven for having not heard of Steven Knight’s relatively low-budget thriller Locke, released in the spring of 2014. It’s a film starring Tom Hardy that unfolds almost entirely inside a car. To be put off by the simple premise on the other hand is unforgivable, for a number of reasons. Hardy plays… Read more »

Film & TV / Inside Llewyn Davis

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I rarely see movies – which is maybe something I shouldn’t readily admit to potential backers of the film script I’m supposedly writing. Last film I saw, in fact, was Les Miserables – stirring stuff, but who the hell cast Russell Crowe?!? However, lured by the offer of canapes and free wine, I was coaxed… Read more »

Film & TV / Composer chosen for Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies

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It is generally a given that John Williams scores Spielberg’s films, due to a minor health issue (now corrected apparently) Williams won’t be scoring his new film ‘Bridge of Spies’. Instead the composer will be Thomas Newman, who also happens to be scoring the new Bond film ‘Spectre’. Bridge of Spies is a cold war… Read more »

Film & TV / Another look at Bond in new poster for Spectre

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This must be one of the first promo pics for a Bond film that doesn’t have the spy in a suit, it’s a turtleneck this time. Filming has been underway for several weeks on location in Italy and the Alps along with studio work at Pinewood. With the film set for release in the UK… Read more »