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THE LADY IN THE VAN AND THE LADY ON THE BENCH

THE LADY IN THE VAN is in my humble opinion  a wonderful British film that made its debut in 2015 at the Toronto International Film Festival. 510 more words

Book review: Feet, Go to Sleep, by Barbara Bottner, illustrated by Maggie Smith

Bottner, Barbara. Feet, Go to Sleep. Illustrated by Maggie Smith. Alfred A. Knopf, 2015. unp. $16.99.   ISBN: 978-0-449-81325-6. Gr. 1+. P7 Q7

A young girl goes to bed and her mother comes to tuck her in, but the girl is wide awake. 67 more words

Book Reviews

Who's leading the BAFTA buzz?

Media agency Way to Blue have analysed social media to see which actors, directors and films are most buzz worthy ahead of Sunday night’s BAFTA Film Awards – and it definitely doesn’t match the pundits! 115 more words

Films

OUT OF GAS: The Lady in the Van and Aferim!

First, a word from our sponsors: I am now offering a new service: so much emphasis has been given lately to the importance of the opening of your screenplay, I now offer coverage for the first twenty pages at the cost of $20.00.  926 more words

Interview: Filmmaker Nicholas Hytner Talks Eccentric and Hilarious "The Lady in the Van" and Dame Maggie Smith

There are not many actresses nowadays whose name would sound as loud as Dame Maggie Smith’s. Every time you see her in a particular film, you expect nothing but highly intelligent lines and a wisely written screenplay. 1,692 more words

All About TIFF

Bokbloggsjerka: Vem vill du hänga med?

Det är fredag, och jag har intagit soffhörnan i ett försök att sparka igång hjärnan lite. Detta är fjärde dagen som jag är hemma och förkyld, så kroppen är trött men hjärnan börjar längta efter att göra saker igen. 453 more words

Bokbloggsjerka

THE LADY IN THE VAN (2016)

 Greetings again from the darkness. “There’s air freshener behind the Virgin”. That line should provide the necessary caution for you to be braced for just about anything to be said by any character in this latest from director… 652 more words

Drama