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London’s BFI hosts a two-month season dedicated to the legendary Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini
Throughout March and April, the BFI is paying tribute to the late, great poet-turned-filmmaker, Pier Paolo Pasolini with a season of screenings and events at BFI Southbank in London, beginning on Friday 1 March with an extended run of a … Continue reading
Director Frank Marshall was discussing the film on his car phone, when he was cut off by a lorry with a bumper sticker that read ‘Rugby Players Eat Their Dead’. Marshall decided to make the film, saying “You have to … Continue reading
There is a scene in this Alistair MacLean wartime adventure where lead actors Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood had to scale a castle wall. While the young and fit Eastwood opted to climb the wall for real, the hard-drinking and … Continue reading
Because Gene Hackman – who played Lex Luthor in the original Superman movie – didn’t actually film any scenes for the sequel, the director Richard Lester used scenes originally shot by Richard Donner and then filled any gaps with the … Continue reading
You brought them into this world. Now … they will take you out. (The Children, 2008) Discuss this film on our Movie Talk Facebook page or Movie Talk Twitter stream
This drama-documentary is based on the true story of a climbing accident in the Andes where climber Joe Simpson managed to survive after plummeting into a crevasse. Some of the long shots were reconstructed using the real Joe Simpson and … Continue reading
The second part of George Lucas’s original Star Wars trilogy ends with Harrison Ford’s Han Solo being frozen in carbonite… This scene was reportedly added to the script because Ford hadn’t signed a three-picture deal and was angling to have … Continue reading
During the production of animated children’s fantasy Coraline, one crew member was hired specifically to knit miniature sweaters and other clothing for the puppet characters, using knitting needles as thin as human hair. Discuss this film on our Movie Talk … Continue reading
“There are few places hard to get to in this world. But there aren’t any where it’s harder to live.” (March of the Penguins, 2005) Discuss this film on our Movie Talk Facebook page or Movie Talk Twitter stream
Aslan is a Turkish word meaning Lion. Author CS Lewis came up with this name for the king of Narnia during a trip to Turkey where he saw the Sultan’s elite guards being called Aslan because of their bravery and … Continue reading