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Free Fire Previews + Q&As

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Events, Film, News | by — January 20, 2017

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Ben Wheatley will be touring the UK and Ireland for a series of exclusive preview screenings + Q&As for his latest film Free Fire. Select screening dates will also include special guests from the cast and crew. Tickets are on sale at selected venues with more available very soon: http://scnl.co/FreeFireTour — Our review of Free Fire. […]

BFI London Film Festival: Free Fire

Free Fire Directed by Ben Wheatley Starring Sharlto Copley, Armie Hammer, Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy, Jack Reynor, Babou Ceesay, Noah Taylor, Enzo Cilenti, Sam Riley and Michael Smiley Watch on iTunes or Buy on or by Joanna Orland There’s not much to Ben Wheatley’s 90 minute shootout film Free Fire – what you see is […]

The 59th BFI London Film Festival

by Joanna Orland The BFI London Film Festival has come to a close for another year.  The 59th edition had quite an impressive selection of 240 films in its lineup including opening gala Suffragette, closing gala Steve Jobs and other memorable movies such as The Lobster, Youth, Room, Beasts of No Nation, Son of Saul, […]

BFI London Film Festival: High-Rise Premiere

by Joanna Orland High-Rise is a dark, humorous and savage adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s novel of the same name. Directed by Ben Wheatley and starring Tom Hiddleston, Luke Evans, Sienna Miller, Elisabeth Moss and a huge cast of outstanding talent, the film held a gala presentation at this year’s BFI London Film Festival. We managed […]

59th BFI London Film Festival: Photo Gallery

Please visit our 59th BFI London Film Festival Video Gallery. — 59th BFI London Film Festival Photo Gallery:

BFI London Film Festival: High-Rise

High-Rise Directed by Ben Wheatley Starring Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller, Luke Evans, Elisabeth Moss and James Purefoy by Joanna Orland Taking on an adaptation of a J.G. Ballard novel is no easy feat. Known primarily for his dystopian portrayal of society, Ballard’s High-Rise is one of his more extreme takes on class division […]