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Even at the age of 79, Clint Eastwood is a safe pair of hands to tell the story of how Nelson Mandela united post-apartheid South Africa behind the nation’s rugby team at the 1995 Rugby World Cup. Safe, but not … Continue reading
Movie Talk invites Paul Morgan, editor of Rugby World magazine, to offer his view on Invictus, Clint Eastwood’s eagerly awaited movie set at the time of the 1995 Rugby World Cup. I often feel privileged in my job and one … Continue reading
Working with a reported budget of $30million, but with invaluable aid from heavy-hitting producer Peter Jackson, first-time director Neill Blomkamp came up with the startling District 9, a sci-fi thriller that combined sitcom-style humour, provocative satire and gross-out horror – … Continue reading
An inspired mash-up of docu-verité comedy and sci-fi splatterfest, South African filmmaker Neill Blomkamp’s District 9 throws together sitcom-style humour, provocative satire, thrilling action and gross-out horror – and somehow makes this outlandish mix gel. The movie opens with newsreel … Continue reading
Writer-director Shamim Sarif has two movies on release in British cinemas today. Both films draw on her own experiences and heritage, both are based on her own novels, and both star Lisa Ray and Sheetal Sheth as young women struggling … Continue reading