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Are We Lost Forever review breakup drama runs out of steam, if not sex This Swedish relationship drama starts promisingly, but the script is too soapy and labouredSheets in disarray, two lovers avoiding each others gaze; Swedish director David Frdmar opens his feature debut with an emotional bomb blast in a perfect white bed
The Guardian | 10 hours ago | comment? | recommend
Heroes Don't Die review lifeless reincarnation mystery A young man searches for the truth after being told he is the reincarnation of a Bosnian soldier killed on the day he was bornHeroes Dont Die is the second recent film after Quentin Dupieuxs absurdist Deerskin, also due in the UK in 2021 in which French h
The Guardian | 12 hours ago | comment? | recommend
UK reimposes Covid-related travel restrictions on film and TV crew Executives and crew arriving in the UK will have to isolate for 10 days in reversal of move made to get film production back up and runningFilm and TV crew are no longer exempt from coronavirus restrictions related to job travel, it has emerged. The UK go
The Guardian | 12 hours, 46 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Documentary Exposes How The FBI Tried To Destroy MLK With Wiretaps, Blackmail MLK/FBI director Sam Pollard chronicles the FBI's campaign against Martin Luther King Jr., which included sending King a letter suggesting that he kill himself.
NPR.org | 12 hours, 59 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Why are so many classic PG-rated films being changed to 12A? Until recently, under-12s could see films such as Jaws unsupervised, but the BBFCs new ratings reflect the publics changing values In the Guides weekly Solved! column, we look into a crucial pop-culture question youve been burning to know the answer to an
The Guardian | 14 hours ago | comment? | recommend
Prominent film industry names sign letter asking for government support for UK cinemas Steve McQueen, Barbara Broccoli and Christopher Nolan join fellow film-makers and actors in call for more funding for large cinema chains hit hard by the pandemicA group of the film industrys most high-profile and influential names including Steve McQueen
The Guardian | 15 hours, 1 minute ago | comment? | recommend
'Gekimation': Japan takes a post-Ghibli leap into another dimension Using thousands of lovingly crafted props and painstaking stop-motion, animator Ujicha is reviving the gekimation style with his grotesque, visceral filmsJapanese animation is the envy of the globe. From Pixar to Aardman, studios the world over ape its da
The Guardian | 15 hours, 41 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Serve the servants: why cinema loves to play with class stereotypes As a new drama about Indias caste system shows, films about the upper crust and their downstairs domestics are often surprisingly subversiveIndia is two countries in one, our hero Balram observes in The White Tiger: there is an India of light, preserve of
The Guardian | 18 hours ago | comment? | recommend
Noel Clarke: 'Would I play Doctor Who? There's a conversation to be had' He has played a pivotal role in bringing black drama to British screens but Noel Clarke must still battle for recognition. As his hit cop show Bulletproof returns, he talks about fighting prejudice, returning to the Tardis and saying no to AmericaI would
The Guardian | 21 hours ago | comment? | recommend
In Honor of Jim Carrey's Birthday, Find Out 25 Secrets About Dumb and Dumber Happy Birthday, Jim Carrey! The iconic comedy star and actor turned 59 on Sunday, Jan. 17. In late December, Carrey ended a two-month run guest starring as President-elect Joe Biden on...
E! Online | Jan 17, 2021 10:16 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend