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Creating Rebecca: an interview with Kneehigh's Emma Rice

Ahead of worldwide acclaimed Kneehigh Theatre bringing us their stunning new production Rebecca from Monday 30 March – Saturday 4 April, we found out more as Al Senter spoke to the company’s Artistic Director, Emma Rice… 1,156 more words


Adapting the Way We Think.

I had an existential crisis today over the question: “What defines a literary adaptation?” 625 more words


Still Alice (US 2014) with Q&A

This film has won attention for the deserved acting awards at the BAFTAS and the Oscars for Julianne Moore. However, this screening at the Hyde Park Picture House honoured the returning son – co-writer and director of the film Wash Westmoreland was raised in the Yorkshire and later emigrated to the US. 1,075 more words


Whip Smart : A Review of Sam Taylor-Johnson's 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

Call me crazy, but Fifty Shades of Grey is better than five of this year’s Best Picture nominees. Or at the very least, much more interesting. 1,237 more words


Forget Fifty Shades of Grey...I Have Something Better for you This Weekend

Photo: Amazon

As you well know, Fifty Shades of Grey is officially out today. Oh brother. All the moms and teens are likely flocking to their local movie theater this weekend to watch the movie in the same auditorium as a couple hundred other people. 248 more words

American Sniper (US 2014)

I had warnings about this film beforehand – not that great reviews and less than positive word of mouth. The film lived down to my expectations. 1,202 more words


Far from the Madding Crowd Trailer Starring Carey Mulligan, Tom Sturridge

How did I miss this trailer when it first came out? This is my favorite Hardy novel and one of my favorite love stories. 

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