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Ti West – An Independent Voice

With films like The Roost, The House of the Devil and forthcoming ghost story The Innkeepers, Ti West is proving that you don’t need big budgets to make great movies. But, as he explains, audiences…

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The Innkeepers – Review

Released June 8, 2012 Reviewed By Nikki Baughan Tweet When he followed up his feature debut The Roost with the glorious Eighties-set devil worship horror House of the Devil, Ti West firmly planted his flag…

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Why Education And Conversation Are Key to the Future of British Film

In April, key players from the UK film industry gathered in London to debate key issues of funding, skills training and the digital future. Here, moviescope editor Nikki Baughan responds to the discussions of the…

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Is Cannes 2012 sexist?

None of the 22 directors nominated for a Palme d’Or is female. Can Cannes 2012 be accused of sexism? movieScope editor Nikki Baughan reports.…

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BFI Unveils Future Plans For UK Film

Today sees the launch of a four-week consultation surrounding the BFI’s proposals for the future of British film, which have been outlined in its five-year Future Plan for Film: 2012-2017 New Horizons for UK Film.…

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Guillermo del Toro To Direct Stop-Motion 3D Pinocchio

Guillermo Del Toro is to co-direct a big screen adaptation of Pinocchio, writes Nikki Baughan...…

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Gemma Jackson – War Games

Gemma Jackson, production designer of such films as Bridget Jones’s Diary and Finding Neverland, and recent HBO smashes John Adams and Game of Thrones, tells us why satisfying a legion of Thronies has proved a…

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Multi-Million Lawsuit Filed Against Miramax

Film financier David Bergstein, who advised Miramax during its sale from Disney, this week filed a lawsuit claiming that Miramax is in serious breach of contract.…

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The Hunger Games Passes $300 Million

Almost a month after its US release, The Hunger Games is number one at the American box office for the third week in a row and has taken over $300m. New releases Titanic 3D and…

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BSkyB Launches Multi-Million Film Fund

BSkyB has announced they are setting up a multi-million  funding platform for original British movies. This poses potential competition for existing funding opportunities offered by fellow broadcasters BBC Films and Film4; although Sky funded films…

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