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Santa Barbara Film Festival 2017 to close with Their Finest

The 32nd SBIFF will close with the Lone Scherfig’s romantic comedy THEIR FINEST at the Arlington Theatre on Saturday, February 11 in advance of the film’s March 24 stateside release. 405 more words


Their Finest: LFF Film Review

I love films about films and generally these are set in the golden age of Hollywood and the studio system so it’s refreshing to watch films being made in a different era – World War II England – in Their Finest, which is a delightful romantic comedy. 331 more words


Their Finest Review

Movies about making movies rarely connect particularly well with the general cinema-going public. Often caught up in what seem like nonsensical trivialities to most audiences, they always have a job on their hands to convince people that the stakes are actually as high as the characters might think they are. 703 more words

At LFF today - day nine

Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin and Bill Nighy are at the BFI London Film Festival for the premiere of their new room, Their Finest. 67 more words


Movie Ramblings: An Education

Jenny is a bored schoolgirl in 1960s London. Her parents (more accurately her father) have decided that she is going to Oxford and her life revolves round doing the kinds of things that prepare you for getting into Oxford; studying for exams, learning a musical instrument, “joining in” with clubs and societies, speaking Latin & French. 902 more words


Their Finest [2016]

I’m not too sure why I opted for this film at this festival. It’s definitely going to get a mainstream cinema release and it’s going to be a big hit. 100 more words


Bill Nighy & Gemma Arterton At 'Their Finest': "It's A Little Window In Film History" - Toronto Studio

Danish director Lone Scherfig continues her path to British citizenship with Their Finest, which took its world premiere bow at the Toronto Film Festival this past weekend. 418 more words