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‘Mrs Lowry & Son’ To Premiere At Salford’s Lowry Theatre | Arts

  The Lowry arts centre in Salford will host a special Gala Premiere of Mrs Lowry & Son before the film’s official release.   The film stars Timothy Spall as world-renowned artist LS Lowry and Vanessa Redgrave as his mother Elizabeth. It depicts the complicated relationship between the two in 1930s Salford where they lived together at 117 Station Road,[…]

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Oscar Winning Actress Olivia Colman Is Crowned A BFI Fellow | Film News

  The Favourite‘s star actress, Olivia Colman was awarded the British Film Institute’s most prestigious prize at an event at London’s Rosewood Hotel, last night. And it’s been only two weeks since she raised her Best Actress gold statuette at this year’s Oscars.   She was presented the award by The Favourite director Yorgos Lanthimos, who said upon presenting the accolade[…]

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What You Missed From The First Day At Venezia Film Festival | Film News

  The Venezia Film Festival is here once again to give a spotlight to the upcoming movies that we all are going to love. The first day has been a rollercoaster of emotions. In fact, the festival has welcomed Ryan Gosling, Naomi Watts and Vanessa Redgrave so far.   This festival is one of the oldest of its kind in[…]

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Watch The First Trailer For ‘Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool’ | Film Trailer

  This is around the time where films that will be major players on the awards circuit early next year have their first trailers released, and based on early festival buzz, Annette Bening is being tipped as having a major chance to be in the running for Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, whose trailer Lionsgate have just released.  […]

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Warner Bros Apologizes To Sony Over Derogatory ‘Foxcatcher’ Twitter Message | Film News

  Sony Pictures have had enough social media drama after real life Foxcatcher character Mark Schultz raged at how director Bennet Miller portrayed the relationship between him and millionaire sponsor John du Pont. Now it seems Warner Brother have had some apologizing to do after an unidentified consultant of theirs set up a Twitter account and left a derogatory message[…]

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