Interviews

Interview: Kristijan Milic on The Living and the Dead

Interview: Kristijan Milic on The Living and the Dead

The Living and the Dead is the first feature film to come from Croatian director Kristijan Milic. The film follows the parallel stories of soldiers fighting in both World War II and in the modern-day Yugoslavian Civil War, giving a chilling representation of how those who do not learn from their pasts are...

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Interview: Mark Henderson on My Kidnapper

Interview: Mark Henderson on My Kidnapper

My Kidnapper is a new feature-length documentary that follows the emotional journey of four people returning to the jungles of Colombia where they were kidnapped six years before. There they meet Antonio, former left wing guerrilla, fighter for the rights of the oppressed, and one of the men who had held them...

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Interview: Blake Lively on The Town, Ben Affleck and Boston

Interview: Blake Lively on The Town, Ben Affleck and Boston

There are some young actors you just know are going to be huge stars. Blake Lively is one of those. Having blazed a trail through Gossip Girl, she's now become the face of  Chanel's Mademoiselle handbag line, as well as putting in a seriously good performance in Ben Affleck's The Town. Here's an interview that...

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Interview: Sam Holland on Zebra Crossing

Interview: Sam Holland on Zebra Crossing

Sam Holland's directorial debut, Zebra Crossing, is a fast-paced, hard-hitting movie that grabs the audience from the beginning. It gives an unflinching portrait of the stark choices, that are many shades of grey, faced by a group of lads as they make the journey from youth to adulthood. The Film Review caught up...

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Interview: Jean van de Velde on The Silent Army

Interview: Jean van de Velde on The Silent Army

The Dutch director Jean van der Velde's latest film, The Silent Army, is an exciting story of a man's desperate hunt for his son's kidnapped best friend. It is also a powerful exploration of the phenomenon of child soldiers in East Africa, where children are often forced to fight in brutal conflicts At The...

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Interview with Nicole Grimaudo, star of Loose Cannons (Mine Vaganti)

Interview with Nicole Grimaudo, star of Loose Cannons (Mine Vaganti)

Nicole Grimaudo is beautiful. Not just like most Italian women are, but she glows in a movie star sort of way. When I meet her she is wearing simple clothes and is almost make up free. She is warm and eager to open about her latest film Loose Cannons, which opens in the UK this month. Nicole looks relaxed...

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Nick Acott and Gary Scullion make their own movie

Nick Acott and Gary Scullion make their own movie

You love the movies right? You'd love to make your own? Well, Nick Acott and Gary Scullion are so passionate about films and film-making that they've decided to make their own. On a budget of £900. As The Film Review are interested in up-and-coming talent, and British movies in particular, we thought...

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Awaydays: Interview with writer Kevin Sampson

Awaydays is a movie adaptation of a cult-classic book by Kevin Sampson, who was kind enough to give an exclusive interview to thefilmreview.com. The story is set in 70's Birkenhead, following the life of a 19 year old who gets caught up in football gangs and drugs. The film has obviously been a long time coming,...

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