Even though there was a complete absence of our favourite odd couple Brienne and Jaime, we got another pair to fill their place this week.
Over the last decade, Tom Baker has been behind some of London’s biggest music events, including Field Day. The annual celebration of up and coming and leftfield indie bands and electronic artists is a highlight of the Capital’s festival calendar. Anyone who tells you it’s all about the music is fibbing, it’s equal parts catwalk for the legions of East London hipsters, which makes for one hell of a day out.
Skip Hollandsworth is a screenwriter, editor and journalist whose 1998 article Midnight in the Garden of East Texas became the inspiration for Richard Linklater’s latest movie – the morbidly comic docu-drama, Bernie.
This week sees the release of the Keanu Reeves-fronted documentary Side By Side. The film features interviews with several respected filmmakers, each of whom discuss their personal attitude towards the decline in traditional 35mm photochemical cinematography, and the revolution in digital acquisition, distribution and exhibition.
In the decade between the first and last Harry Potter films (2001-2011) the UK saw a 61 per cent increase in revenue at the box office, with British independent films more than tripling their market share.
Yet despite the continuing success of cinema in the UK, there seems to be a growing concern regarding the rising price of a night out at our nation’s multiplexes.
After years of hosting a cult show on Radio 1 Xtra, Benji B took over Mary Anne Hobb’s Wednesday night show on BBC1 where he has since earned himself a reputation as having one of the country’s best music tastes. His ear for a future favourite also translates in to ‘clubland’ and has made his Deviation parties one of the most popular – and long running – in the UK scene.
The Room is a very special kind of movie. Atrocious and hilarious in equal measure, the film is widely regarded as one of the worst movies ever made.
To commemorate the 85th Academy Awards artist Olly Moss in collaboration with Gallery1988 have created a poster that celebrates the Best Picture award for each of the 85 years of the Oscars.
For those who appreciate good cinema, the opinion of discerning film critics is of the utmost importance.
It’s been an amazing year. And my fan base has really made a lot of this happen for me. They came out for all the films at the start of my career. And they came out for Anuvahood and they were the ones that made that film a success. And then with the BAFTA nomination, people’s vote showed their support.
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