Posts in "Television"

NYCC and NY Super Week 2015

by Dani Aronson This year, I had the privilege of kicking off my New York Comic Con weekend with The Walking Dead Fan Premiere at Madison Square Garden — yes THE MSG that seats thousands and is home to huge sporting events and every major concert in NYC. As you made your way to the […]

P’tit Quinquin

Directed by Bruno Dumont Starring Philippe Jore,  Bernard Pruvost, Lucy Caron and Alane Delhaye On DVD and VOD September 28th, 2015 by Nic Ho Chee Originally a four part TV Series by French director, Bruno Dumont, P’tit Quinquin has been recut into a movie to be released through New Wave Films on the 28th of September […]

MCM London Comic Con 2015

by Paul Foxcroft Navigating your way to Comic Con is easier than you might think. I planned a route from my house, but instead just followed a group of people in their early twenties who were dressed as videogame characters. It’s probably less efficient, but more colourful than my initial idea; but from now on, […]

Luke Perry

Actor Luke Perry discusses his new film The Beat Beneath My Feet and the state of indie cinema. by Joanna Orland Swapping his famous old zip code for a London-based post code, actor Luke Perry stars in the charming British indie film The Beat Beneath My Feet.  Filming in the UK is nothing new for […]

Win Tickets to a Special Advance Screening of Spooks: The Greater Good – In Cinemas May 8

To celebrate the release of Spooks: The Greater Good, in cinemas May 8 (Special Advance Screenings April 30), we’re giving you the chance to be one of the first to experience the high octane espionage thriller by winning two tickets to a special advance screening at the Empire, Leicester Square which includes an introduction from […]

Jameson Empire Awards 2015

by Joanna Orland On Sunday March 29th, the 2015 Jameson Empire Awards hosted a star-studded ceremony at Grosvenor House in Mayfair. More casual than other industry ceremonies such as The Oscars or the BAFTAs, the stars were nonetheless in abundance as they walked down the red carpet to attend the awards ceremony voted for by […]

Berlinale: Better Call Saul

Directed by Colin Bucksey, Adam Bernstein and Vince Gilligan Starring Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Patrick Fabian, Rhea Seehorn, Michael Mando and Michael McKean by Joanna Orland The fact that AMC television show Better Call Saul was included in the Berlinale film festival lineup speaks volumes about the credibility of television drama, especially when programmed alongside […]

Better Call Saul to Premiere at Berlin Film Festival

Berlinale 2015 will be giving television drama more attention in its official programme, and will also host the narrative form in the European Film Market and Berlinale Co-Production Market:  Berlinale Special. During the two days of the Berlinale Special Series on February 9th and 10th, new episodes from German, European and American series will be […]

2015 Golden Globe Winners

Hosted by Tina Fey & Amy Poehler, the 2015 Golden Globe Awards were given out last night.  Here is the full list of winners:   BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA BOYHOOD – Well deserved winner of Best Picture (Drama) and no surprise! FOXCATCHER THE IMITATION GAME SELMA THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING   BEST PERFORMANCE BY […]

2015 Golden Globe Nominations

The 2015 Golden Globe Awards nominations have been announced.  I’m not quite sure about all of their choices, but here is a breakdown with some commentary on what it all means: BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA Apparently Birdman is a comedy, and Whiplash and Nightcrawler didn’t make the cut.  Mediocre films such as The Imitation […]