I thought the year was less productive and interesting than 2013: however I had a lay-off of nearly two months and missed a number of new releases. 841 more words
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The 20th anniversary edition of the Bradford Film Festival helped propel the festival onto both a national and international stage, according to one of the festival’s directors. 461 more words
The weekend after the festival concludes the National Media Museum hosts another annual cinematic celebration- the widescreen weekend.
The weekend showcases the best in “large format filmmaking”, with restored versions of Hollywood classics including “West Side Story” and “Seven Wonders of the World” being shown in the highest picture quality on the Media Museum’s curved Cinerama screen- the only one of its kind in the UK. 65 more words
The festival has taken place at the Media Museum for all 20 editions.
The festival’s wide choice of programme selections has seen it become increasingly recognised internationally, attracting more high-profile guests than the nearby Leeds International Film Festival, the self-proclaimed biggest UK film festival outside London. 301 more words
Steven Knight’s new film Locke, starring Tom Hardy was premiered on the closing night film of the 20th Bradford International Film Festival. However, GIRL ON FILM decided to save this review until the week of its release in the UK. 643 more words