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The prospect of yet another Hackney-hoodie crime drama hardly quickens the blood, yet writer-director Sally El Hosaini’s contribution to the genre, My Brother the Devil, is more thoughtful and original than most. It’s the tale of two brothers from an … Continue reading
We may be Mac devotees here at Movie Talk but we’re very happy to give a plug to Microsoft’s Windows 7 Seven Second Movie competition – a challenge to amateur filmmakers to create their own very short film, inspired by … Continue reading
Public booking for this year’s London Film Festival opens today. There’s a bewildering array of films and special events to choose from, including almost 200 features and 112 shorts, 11 world premieres and over 100 UK premieres, plus special events … Continue reading
The 53rd BFI London Film Festival came to a resounding rock ‘n’ roll close last night with the world premiere of Nowhere Boy, artist-turned-director Sam Taylor-Wood’s impressive biopic about John Lennon’s teenage years. I thought Taylor-Wood looked every inch the … Continue reading
Mayor of London Boris Johnson provided a waggish warm-up act for the London Film Festival’s Centrepiece Gala screening of Bright Star last night. After confirming his £5 million backing for the BFI’s new film centre, he declared his relief that … Continue reading
A dapper George Clooney was at the forefront of the sizeable Hollywood contingent trooping down the red carpet in Leicester Square last night for the world premiere of Wes Anderson’s animated screen version of Roald Dahl’s children’s classic Fantastic Mr … Continue reading
The Times BFI London Film Festival opens tonight with the world premiere of Fantastic Mr Fox, Wes Anderson’s screen version of Roald Dahl’s much-loved children’s story. Hollywood royalty will be turning out in force at the gala screening in Leicester … Continue reading
I’m just back from the press launch of this year’s Times BFI London Film Festival and I’m still reeling from the dizzying lineup of films. Festival director Sandra Hebron unveiled the programme this morning, revealing the astonishingly diverse selection of … Continue reading