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From Game of Thrones to The Crown: the woman who turns actors into stars | News | The Guardian

Earlier this year, the casting director Nina Gold sat at the back of the stalls of the Criterion theatre in the West End and watched a group of students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland perform their showcase. 67 more words


Cold November (2017)

So…guns, huh? I came to review Karl Jacob’s Cold November a few days after the mass shooting in Santa Fe, and viewing the trailer my kneejerk reaction was: “Oh great. 1,173 more words


The Rules of the Game (1939)

Note: This piece was originally written for The Black List Blog (see here).

1939 was a remarkable year for cinema. Boasting titles like THE WIZARD OF OZ, ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS and LE JOUR SE LÈVE, one could well argue it may have been the single greatest year in movie history. 389 more words


Hollywood'un ünlü kurgucusu #WalterMurch, kurgunun altı püf noktasını anlatıyor

İngiliz Hasta, Baba, Kıyamet gibi filmlerle ödül almış, Hollywood’un ünlü kurgucusu Walter Murch, kurgunun altı püf noktasını anlatıyor.

Çeviri: İlker Kocael


Rochdale News | News Headlines | Appeal for Gracie Fields memories for new biography - Rochdale Online

It is 40 years next year since the death of Rochdale and Britain’s first superstar, Dame Gracie Fields.

To commemorate the anniversary, Seb. Lassandro, the president of the Dame Gracie Fields Appreciation Society, is writing a biography of Gracie. 80 more words


Spike Lee part à la chasse du Ku Klux Klan dans son dernier film présenté à Cannes

Il était temps qu’on parle un peu de Cannes. Et c’est Spike Lee qui attire notre attention avec BlacKkKlansman, un film inspiré de la vie de Ron Stallworth, le premier officier de police noir du Colorado Springs Police Department. 562 more words



Review written by Raul De Leon

A Bag of Marbles (2018)

Is it possible to smile through war? Through courage and endurance, ten-year-old Joseph and twelve-year-old Maurice, manage to be merry through the toughest of times. 576 more words

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