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London Film Festival 2012 – day eight: Everyday

London Film Festival 2012 – day eight: Everyday

Sunday 21st October, 6.30pm – Screen On The Green Michael Winterbottom’s last feature film Trishna failed to deliver the emotion that we know Winterbottom has achieved in previous films such as the infamously graphic 9 Songs or A [read more]

Trishna – BFI London Film Festival Day Nine

Trishna – BFI London Film Festival Day Nine

Director Michael Winterbottom’s irrevocable admiration and love for Thomas Hardy’s novels is often forgotten when one studies his filmography. The director is famous for making graphic and unnerving features such as the wonderful The [read more]

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Tribeca Film Festival 2014: The Newburgh Sting

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