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New Horizons – Producers Claire Jones & Anna Higgs on the release strategy for ‘A Field In England’

Ben Wheatley’s new film A Field in England chalked off a UK distribution ‘first’ when it was released in cinemas, on DVD, across VOD platforms and on Film4 on the…

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Depth Perception – filming scenes for Under The Skin

The Underwater Studios in Essex has played host to numerous shoots for commercials, television and films. Tom Seymour was invited to watch the filming of scenes for Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin, and discovered a…

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This Is The End – Review

This Is The End is 'a chatshow comedy skit stretched into the mother of boring feature films' says Tom Seymour…

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Sheffield Doc/Fest 2013 Roundup

Tom Seymour looks back at the highlights of this year's record-breaking Sheffield Doc/Fest…

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Glasgow Film Festival 2013: The Highlights

Tom Seymour reflects on his highlights of the 2013 Glasgow Film Festival…

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Paddington Bear Goes Boosh

Renowned British producer David Heyman is bringing Paddington Bear to the big screen - and has bought the man behind The Mighty Boosh on board as director. …

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Showbox Announces New British Genre Label Cine Britannia

British distributor Showbox Media Group have announced the launch of new label Cine Britannia, which will focus solely on genre films made within the UK...…

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Being Elmo – review

Tom Seymour warns Constance Marks' profile of Elmo creator Kevin Clash needs to be handled with care... …

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Ralph Fiennes Second Film The Invisible Woman Begins London Shoot

Ralph Fiennes steps behind the camera for the second time today as shooting begins in London on The Invisible Woman, a drama about the decade-long relationship between Charles Dickens and his mistress Nelly Ternan.…

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Cannes 2012: Michel Gondry and Ben Wheatley Premiere New Films in Director’s Fortnight

The 44th edition of the Cannes film festival’s Directors’ Fortnight will open with Michel Gondry’s new film The We And The I, it was announced by artistic director Edouard Waintrop at a press conference in…

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