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10 April 2018

POETRY. (2010) A KOREAN FILM REVIEWED BY SANDRA HARRIS.

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4 October 2010

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How time flies its barely been 5 weeks since UK’s premiere Horror film festival Film4 Frightfest has concluded that there annual Halloween all-nighter has been annouced! The event will take place on Saturday October 30th and like as usual the Frightfest organiser never disappoint and they have a cracking all nighter lined up for the lucky individuals who’ll brave the scares that will brace the cinema screen they sit in.


This years fest has cannibal girls from a ghostbuster, flying monsters scarring the living daylights out of several youths in a small airplane, haunted house,scares in the dark depths of the reef, Japanese crime and punishment which isnt a rendition of a literature classic, warning bells and plenty more to keep scare and wide awake through the event!

So you up for a scare? The event will take place at Empire Cinema 2 in Leicester Square London and the Tickets (which cost £50) are now on general sale and like any Frightfest event they will go fast. To book call 08 714 714 714 or go online to: http://www.empirecinemas.co.uk./ For full programme and timetable log onto http://www.frightfest.co.uk/

Offical press release and movie info after the break....

26 September 2010

Doha Tribeca Film Festival 2010 Line Up Annouced

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Today the line up for one of the new international film festivals on the circuit The Doha Tribeca Film Festival annouced by the Doha Film Insistute in Qatar.

 This festival is still in its infancy when it comes to festivals as this festival is about to hold its second annual festival which will take place over 5 days at the end of October, 26th until 30th.


The line up does look very tasty with 4 world premiere’s, a host of fantastic movies feature and short length from the arabic world along with a exciting diverse World cinema programme too. The festival will open with Rachid Bouchareb’s action-thriller, Outside the Law. Set against the backdrop of the Algerian struggle for independence from France after WWII and Justin Chadwick’s The First Grader, the inspirational story about an elderly farmer in a Kenyan village who wants to enroll in a local school and learn to read, this movie will close the festival ,the film stars Naomie Harris and Oliver Litondo.

Other Highlights include Matt Reeves Let Me In, Stephen Frears Tamara Drewe and Ahmed Ahmed’s directorial debut with the documentary Just Like Us.

The Press release was quite lengthy so Ive split it up into 2 parts with the first part after the break and very shortly the second part which contains the info on the movies already annouced...

6 August 2010

Never Let Me Go To Open 54TH BFI London Film Festival

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Very Late last night (around 3am) I received a email about the 54th BFI London Film Festival announcing this years opening movie and 2010 festival film opener the privilage goes toNEVER LET ME GO.

Toronto Film Festival Announces Its Documentary Section

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Just slightly over 4 weeks time the 35th Toronto Film Festival will kick-off and today I received information on the festivals Documentary section.
This years selection includes Thom Zimny’s Bruce Springsteen doc The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town, Kim Longinotto’s Pink Saris and Werner Herzog’s 3-D cave drawing documentary Cave of Forgotten Dreams.I’ll try hunt down any trailers for any of the movies and ill update this if I do, but check out the offical press release statement below: