Posts in "Television"

All Star Improv Comedy Charity Weekender

The Free Association presents an all star improv comedy charity weekender, in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital.  The acts include the first live outing of Channel 5 show Borderline. The weekender, hosted by London’s leading improv theatre and school The Free Association, will be held November 26th-27th at The Free Association Theatre in Haggerston. […]

The Night Of

Starring Riz Ahmed, Bill Camp, Michael Kenneth Williams, Amara Karan, Peyman Moaadi and John Turturro Now on Digital HD, Blu-ray & DVD by Richard Hamer There isn’t, on the face of it, much to distinguish The Night Of from the huge raft of crime dramas that fill our TV schedules. Itself based on a BBC […]

Venice Film Festival: The Young Pope

The Young Pope Directed by Paolo Sorrentino Starring Jude Law, Diane Keaton, Silvio Orlando, Scott Shepherd, Cécile de France, Javier Cámara, Ludivine Sagnier, Toni Bertorelli and James Cromwell by Laura Patricia Jones Blasphemy, banter and bums – it’s all kicking off at the Vatican in Paolo Sorrentino’s new television series The Young Pope. Much to […]

Garry Marshall

Garry Marshall and Jason Sudeikis on the set of Mother’s Day Veteran director Garry Marshall has a prolific catalogue of beloved work – from his TV career working on such classics including The Odd Couple, Mork & Mindy and Happy Days to his film career directing iconic movies including Overboard, Beaches, The Princess Diaries and […]

Game of Thrones: Steelbook Collectors Sets

Game of Thrones Special Screening of The Blackwater Episode Dolby Labs, London October 6th, 2015 by Haresh Patel So there we were in the warm, velvety snuggle of Dolby’s flagship demo-room, getting all settled in for some bombastic mayhem of the Blackwater episode of Game of Thrones. The trillion-Emmy winning GoT saga has remained undiminished […]

Sam Waterston

by Joanna Orland Sam Waterston has had a long and prosperous acting career.  Known best for his roles in The Killing Fields, Law & Order, The Newsroom and most recently Grace and Frankie, Sam’s latest project is a short film directed by his son Graham Chychele Waterston entitled And It Was Good. The Waterstons are […]

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 […]