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Canada Now 2017

Canada Now Film Festival

Canada Now At Curzon Soho, London June 15-18, 2017 In Cinemas and On Demand from July 1, 2017 canadanow.co.uk The best of new Canadian Cinema descended upon London on June 15th with the inaugural Canada Now film festival. Nine films played across four days at the Curzon Soho cinema, and then from July 1st (Canada […]

Donnie Darko 15th Anniversary Re-Release

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Film, News | by — November 20, 2016

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Cult film darling Donnie Darko will once again be released in UK cinemas.  To celebrate its 15th anniversary, the film will have a 4k Restoration, screening at BFI from December 16th with a nationwide release from the 23rd.  The Director’s Cut which has been newly remastered will also be available for screenings.  

Venice Film Festival: Nocturnal Animals

Nocturnal Animals Directed by Tom Ford Starring Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Isla Fisher, Karl Glusman, Armie Hammer, Laura Linney, Andrea Riseborough and Michael Sheen Watch on iTunes or by Laura Patricia Jones Visually stunning cinematography, witty and gripping script, fast-paced narrative – it’s hard to know where to begin with fashion designer […]

Festival de Cannes 2015 Preview

The 68th Festival de Cannes is less than one month away, and exciting details have emerged regarding what the festival-going audience can expect. The biggest news is the Cannes 2015 jury lineup which sees seven key figures of world cinema joining the two Jury Presidents Joel and Ethan Coen.  The jury’s task will be to […]

Enemy

Directed by Denis Villeneuve Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Sarah Gadon, Isabella Rossellini, Stephen R Hart, Jane Moffat and Mélanie Laurent In UK Cinemas January 2nd, 2015 Watch on iTunes or by Joanna Orland No plot spoilers will be revealed in this review, but commentary on the ending’s tone will be given, each time pre-empted by a […]

Source Code

A film by Duncan Jones In Cinemas April 1st (appropriate) by Joanna Orland You may know of Duncan Jones by his reputation as the offspring of David Bowie and director of the high calibre Sci-Fi film MOON. With such an excellent outing as a first-time director, expectations were high for Source Code. For his new […]

Love & Other Drugs

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Features, Film, Review | by — December 27, 2010

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In Cinemas December 29 by Fitzy Since I appreciate good-looking naked people as much as the next Swede, the Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway-vehicle “Love and Other Drugs” was not wasted on me. Telling the story of a handsome layabout (both lazy and a ladykiller) from an overachieving family who finds success and “twue wuv” […]