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The 2014 Annecy Film Festival

The 2014 Annecy Film Festival

The 38th Annecy International Animation Film Festival announced its winners last week. The Brazilian feature The Boy and the World (O menino e o mundo) took home both Cristal Award for Best Feature and the Audience Award. The Annecy International Animation Film Festival takes place in the town of...

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Cumberbatch, Hiddleston and Redmayne for Journey’s End?

Cumberbatch, Hiddleston and Redmayne for Journey’s End?

A screen adaptation of RC Sherriff's First World War play, Journey's End, has been given the green light thanks to an intervention from Prince Andrew. And if rumour is to be believed, these three dapper gentlemen could be a part of it: Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Hiddleston and Eddie Redmayne. According to the...

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Al Pacino to present live Q&A at Salomé and Wilde Salomé event

Al Pacino to present live Q&A at Salomé and Wilde Salomé event

Al Pacino's Salomé and Wilde Salomé are to be part of a special event at BFI Southbank in London. The two films that are based on Oscar Wilde's play will be presented together on Sunday 21st September and followed up by a Q&A with Academy Award winner, Al Pacino. Salomé, for anyone who doesn't...

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Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return – Review

Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return – Review

Following on from the classic tale The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, Signature Entertainment have brought to life a feature-length musical animated adventure that gets off to a shaky start, but ultimately won this reviewer over. Want to know what happened after Dorothy Gale returned to Kansas? You'll find out in...

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Noah way! Get 2 for 1 cinema vouchers

Noah way! Get 2 for 1 cinema vouchers

Darren Aronofsky's Noah has been wowing cinema goers for a few weeks now, and Paramount Pictures UK are offering cinema goers the chance to claim 2 for 1 tickets to see the retelling of the classic tale on the big screen.   Co-starring Emma Watson, Jennifer Connelly, Ray Winstone, Anthony...

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We Are The Freaks – Review

We Are The Freaks – Review

Just last week the 10th anniversary of the noughties teen movie, Mean Girls, was celebrated all over social media to the annoyance of those who despise the genre. So it seems fairly fitting that We Are The Freaks, the surreal and anarchic anti-teen British comedy is released on DVD shortly after. Unlike your...

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Globe on Screen Returns to UK cinemas!

Globe on Screen Returns to UK cinemas!

Having marked the 450th birthday of William Shakespeare just last week, the merriment continues with three incredible new productions from The Globe Theatre headed to cinemas across the UK this summer. Presented in HD, feel like you're watching The Tempest, Macbeth and A Midsummer Night's Dream live from the most...

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The UK Green Film Festival – June 2014

The UK Green Film Festival – June 2014

With environmental policies more important than ever, the exceptional line-up of environmentally themed films that will screen across the UK this June as part of the UK Green Film Festival, are crucial to the fight for green living. Internationally award-winning, educational and inspirational, 15 cities will host...

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Top 10 Survival Films

Top 10 Survival Films

As All is Lost makes its way onto Blu-ray and DVD on 28th April, we wanted to take a look back at some of the greatest survival films we’ve watched over the past few years! Staying alive is no easy feat for the characters in our list of ten survival movies. Natural disasters and unfortunate accidents...

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Khumba – Review

Khumba – Review

What makes a good animated film? High quality graphics, a solid plot, engaging characters and the odd animal thrown in to please the little ones in the audience. Khumba, a South African computer-animated comedy adventure has been crafted by Triggerfish Animation Studios to be a modern feature animation box...

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