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Cinema Made in Italy 2013 kicks off tonight at the Ciné Lumière in South Kensington with screenings of Magnificent Presence (Magnifica presenza), the latest movie by Le fate ignoranti director Ferzan Ozpetek, and The Landlords (I padroni di casa), the … Continue reading
I’ve just heard some veeery exciting news from a reliable source (my friend who works in the press office of a leading cinema chain, and who may never speak to me again after I reveal this – press release is … Continue reading
Hollywood great Marilyn Monroe — the original blonde bombshell, star of Some Like It Hot, The Misfits and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and inspiration behind Elton John‘s fabulously cheesy tribute ballad Candle in the Wind — died half a century ago … Continue reading
The 2012 Oscars nominations have just been announced and, as usual, following the Golden Globes and plenty of speculation, there aren’t that many surprises. Here are the main category nominees: Best Picture The Artist War Horse The Descendants Midnight in … Continue reading
With Martin Scorsese’s enchanting children’s film Hugo currently reminding audiences of the treasured legacy of French film pioneer Georges Méliès, it’s a delight to see that London’s Ciné Lumiere is showing his hugely inventive 1902 special-effects classic A Trip to … Continue reading
Ken Russell was 62 when I interviewed him some 20-odd years ago but people were still calling him an ‘enfant terrible’, a label the director took as a compliment. ‘I quite like being called an enfant terrible,’ he told me. … Continue reading
The 55th London Film Festival reaches its climax tonight with the gala screening of Terence Davies’ screen adaptation of Terence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea. Last night, however, was the festival’s occasion to hand out its gongs. Comedian Marcus Brigstocke … Continue reading
As we’ve said before and now we’ll say again, we’re big fans here at Movie Talk of silent movie soundtrack specialists Minima. The four-piece band have a treat in store for punters at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, performing the live … Continue reading
Our friends over at Disney Junior are asking people to share their first Disney memory on Disney Junior’s Facebook page . When they’ve collected a million memories, they will donate £1 million to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, so … Continue reading
Pete’s Peek | David Tennant sharpens his stake for Film4 FrightFest 2011 as Fright Night gets its UK premiere on 27 August
Killer Santas, carrot-wielding maniacs, a werewolf musical and David Tennant as a vampire hunter – it can only be Film4 FrightFest, the UK’s premiere event for horror fans, which returns to the Empire Cinema in London’s Leicester Square from Thursday … Continue reading