Showing posts with label edinburgh film festival. Show all posts
Showing posts with label edinburgh film festival. Show all posts

12 July 2017

ELITE FORCE: OPERATION MEKONG. (2017) REVIEW BY SANDRA HARRIS.

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19 August 2010

Luc Besson's The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec, To Open This Years Cambridge International Film Festival

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The full Line-up for the 30th Cambridge international film festival has been announced today with Luc Besson’s Petrodactyl fantasy adventure The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec the opening movie, this is the movies UK premiere too. The closing movie will be Made In Dagenham created by Calender Girls director Nigel Cole Starring Sally Hawkins Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson, Rosamund Pike and Jaime Winstone. Other noteable films been shown at the festival include Rhys Ifans as infamous drug dealer Howard Marks in MR Nice, The Messenger starring Ben Foster, Woody Harelson and The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest, the third and final movie of the Steig Larsson Millenium Trigoly.

Over at my other blog The Peoples Movie I will post updates, trailers for this festival and you can go here (very shortly) and check the festival page. Read The Full offical press statement with more information after the break....

6 August 2010

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:


25 July 2010

Richard E.Grant is THE MAN WHO MARRIED HIMSELF Trailer

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To many people Richard E Grant will always been remember as been Withnail from the classic 1987 cult movie Withnail & I but now we can remember him by The Man Who Married Himself.

This is a new British comedy short written &; directed by Garrick Hamm which stars Warren Clark, Emilia Fox (whom I had a crush on when I was younger not realising she is only 1 year older than me!!!)and Celia Imrie all well known names within the British acting world.

What has struck me about this little trailer is the great usage of the graphics and how beautifully shot the movie looks well they do have award winning cinematographer  Michael Seresin (Harry Potter, Angela’s Ashes, Angel Heart).It look typically British: bright, funny, layered with a few dark undertones not forgetting  whacky.
The movie will be shown at 2 of America's prestigous film festivals LA Shorts Fest  which has a knack of selecting the short film s that go onto win the Oscar for best movie short! You can also catch the movie at Rhodes Island International Film Festival which actually can help the movie qaulify for a possible Oscar nomination.

 Check out the movies trailer, behind the scenes featurette and the synopsis after the break...

16 June 2010

UK Trailer For Sylvain Chomet’s Animated Feature THE ILLUSIONIST

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Tomorrow Evening in Edinburgh the oldest film festival in the world kicks off, only been 1 hours drive away I’m kicking myself that I couldn’t get my press passess plus the movies I want to see are full, but my work abroad saw I didnt get things sorted. The opening movie will be an animated one and below is the UK Trailer for the movie called ‘The illusionist‘ created by Sylvain Chomet.
Chomet’s visual style is just delightful like the old watercolour/pen drawing traditional style, the storytelling is great as well very inspired by the Great Jacques Tati like his movies Mr Hurlot’s Holiday, just angry I wont be able to see it as well.

The story of the movie is the illisionists are a ‘dying breed’ of entertainer’s been replaced by the in your face rock stars and the main protaganist of the movie meets one of his young fans and his life changes, delightfully simply but very charming. 

Sony Classics will be releasing the movie via the cinemas stateside probally in the autumn as for UK or Ireland there’s no news yet.

trailer after the break...