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Hugh Grant - the privilege of a student film screen debut

Fig. 1. The 1982 Oxford Film Foundation Handbook

Privilege, which had Hugh Grant and Imogen Stubbs in key roles, directed by Michael Hoffman, had its charity premier at BAFTA in June 1982. 89 more words

BAFTA

"I believe we need heroes, I believe we need certain people who we can measure our own shortcomings by." (RIP Richard Attenborough)

It’s been a tough month for my childhood. Two weeks ago we lost Robin Williams, and now we must also bid a fond farewell to Lord Richard Attenborough, actor-director extraordinaire, RADA and BAFTA head, and tireless and passionate supporter of charity. 341 more words

Film

UPDATED - R.I.P., Oscar-Winning Actor-Director-Producer Lord Richard Attenborough Dead At 90

UPDATED WITH REACTIONS FROM THE BFI, DGA, BAFTA, SIR BEN KINGSLEY, STEVEN SPIELBERG: Two-time Oscar-winner Lord Richard Attenborough has died in England at the age of 90 after a glittering career on both sides of the camera that included acting in films such as  1,530 more words

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James Corden, Mathew Baynton begin filming second series of BBC Two's The Wrong Mans

James Corden and Mathew Baynton have begun filming on the second series of their critically-acclaimed drama The Wrong Mans. 290 more words

UK TV

Chambara Postmortem

Over the last eight weeks, I’ve been in Scotland competing in the 2014 Dare to be Digital competition, an international game jam where college teams from all over the world strive to construct a game in a two-month span. 2,383 more words

Game Development

Andrew Thorp on business storytelling Part 1 (BAFTA 2013)

http://www.mojoyourbusiness.com/Andrew Thorp talks about the power of storytelling as a marketing strategy. Filmed in September 2013 during the International…

Andrew Thorp on business storytelling Part 2 (BAFTA 2013)

http://www.mojoyourbusiness.com/Andrew Thorp talks about the power of storytelling as a marketing strategy. Filmed in September 2013 during the International…