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The Brilliant Artworks by Adam Simpson

Bafta Awards – Best Film artworks: Inception

Adam Simpson studied at Edinburgh College of Art and the Royal College of Art in London. His work encompasses a mixture of commissioned and self initiated projects – always with a strong emphasis on drawing. 174 more words

Art And Artist

BAFTA Cymru Awards 2015: the nominees

BAFTA Cymru announced the nominations for the British Academy Cymru Awards on 26 August 2015.

The nominees in the Coluro a Gwallt / Makeup & Hair category are: 26 more words

Makeup Awards

Detectorists, The Beachcombers' heir apparent, is now streaming online for Canadians

The Beachcombers, meet the Detectorists. They’re the British kids you never knew you had.

Like the two lead characters on the long-running CBC series The Beachcomers, the two pals in Detectorists spend their days searching – the former for lost logs, the latter for metal bits that hold fortune. 546 more words

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LISTEN, EVEN WHEN YOUR HEART IS CRYING selected for Aesthetica


LISTEN, EVEN WHEN YOUR HEART IS CRYING has had the best news so far since its release.

It is one of two Zoom/Zoom Focus films selected for Aesthetica, a mainstream short film festival taking place over four days this November in York. 164 more words

Film-making

She Leads, You Follow: Downton Abbey BAFTA Edition

There’s no denying the tremendous success of Downton Abbey, so it would come as no surprise that the show was honored with a special award at the BAFTA Tribute… 523 more words

Take Her Look

Say who you are- Charlie Kaufman's Screenwriters Lecture

I was browsing through vimeo and stumbled on this rare gem. I can’t remember how I came across this, it’s been a few years since I first heard it but I’m still in awe of Charlie Kaufman’s Bafta screenwriters lecture. 612 more words

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Chiwetel Ejiofor stars in Everyman, the latest offering in the National Theatre Live series

BAFTA winner and Academy Award nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave) takes the title role in EVERYMAN, a dynamic new production of one of English drama’s oldest plays, directed by the National Theatre’s new director Rufus Norris ( 747 more words

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