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The White King review: wrenching, compelling, and all-too-timely

Initially published at WOW 24/7 

Husband and wife filmmakers Jörg Tittel and Alex Helfrecht imagine a tense, absorbing totalitarian state in their debut feature The White King… 331 more words


Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016

Over the last two weeks, I have been working at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. It has been a very valuable experience for me as it gave me more insight into press photography and expected standards in the industry. 74 more words

SIFF 2016: Sunset Song (Terence Davies, 2015)

I’ve heard the liltin at oor yowe-milkin,
Lassies a-liltin before break o day
Now there’s a moanin on ilka green loanin –
The Flooers o the Forest are a’ wede awa… 1,743 more words

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THE WHITE KING (2016): New Trailer Starring Olivia Williams, Jonathan Pryce & Agyness Deyn

Starring Lorenzo Allchurch, Agyness Deyn and Jonathan Price, The White King, is about a 12 year old boy’s life in a dystopian society. A society/ dictatorship where traitor is the word the government uses to describe him and his mother following his father’s imprisonment… 71 more words


"Sunset Song"

Viewing an anti-war film on the anniversary of D-day, was thought provoking and disquieting. Pacifist and socialist themes, as well as, the lot of women in early nineteenth-century Scotland ground the latest adaptation of… 450 more words

SUNSET SONG (2016) review

written by: Terence Davies
produced by: Sol Papadopolous, Roy Boulter and Nicolas Steil
directed by: Terence Davies
rated: R ( for sexuality, nudity and some violence) 1,128 more words