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The 55th BFI London Film Festival Launch

On 7 September 2011, the programme for The 55th BFI London Film Festival, in partnership with American Express, was launched to an audience of invited guests at London's Odeon Leicester Square. Sandra Hebron revealed programme highlights, and a number of filmmakers were in attendance to talk about their films, including producer Andrew Eaton and writer Peter Morgan (360), director Terence Davies (The Deep Blue Sea), as well as directors Carol Morley (Dreams Of A Life) and Dexter Fletcher (Wild Bill), and actor Eddie Marsan (Junkhearts).

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Jaime Winstone in James Small SS 2012 Wash Vid

James Small Menswear gets hot & wet with new fashion film ‘Wash’ starring Jaime Winstone and the new Vauxhall Astra GTC – the film has been directed by Konstantinos Menelaou (producer at large and art director of A Shaded View On Fashion Film Festival by Diane Pernet). Wash showcases James’ SS2012 collection and announces Vauxhall Motor’s patronage of the innovative British menswear designer as part of its support of Vauxhall Fashion Scout.

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Amnesty TV team up with Chris Atkins

Amnesty UK have recently launched Amnesty TV to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the organisation. It's an online factual entertainment platform and a new video magazine show that mixes satirical comedy, campaign stunts with opinions and real news about the global human rights watch.  


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Audrey Tautou: 'Beautiful Lies' in Cinemas 12 August

Still searching for a film as heartwarming as Amelie? Well this may be it. Audrey Tautou stars in Beautiful Lies, a French film out in cinemas on 12th August. The film follows Emilie (Audrey) who receives a love letter which she initially casts off, but then readdresses to her mother after seeing the anguish she's going through with the breakup of her marriage. Inevitably, this backfires as her mother becomes obsessed with her daughter's secret admirer, spiralling into a love-triangle as touching and amusing as anything you'd expect from Audrey.

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Hackgate: The Movie - The News at the End of the World

The scandal of the century is now the most important film of the year...

Starring Paddy Considine as private investigator Glenn Mulcaire, Simon McBurney as Paul McMullan, Russell Crowe as Andy Coulson, Rowan Atkinson playing Labour leader Ed Miliband, Hugh Grant as prime minister David Cameron, Colin Firth playing Hugh Grant, Steve Coogan playing himself, Peter Kay at MP Tom Watson, Hilary Swank as James Murdoch, Geoffrey Rush as his father Rupert Murdoch, and ‘in his cinema debut’ Mick Hucknall as Rebekah Brooks.

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Frights, Camera, Action! Bloody Cuts: Lock Up

We've all sat through a horror movie from time to time and thought: 'Okay, so, there were some pretty fantastic parts in that movie, but too damn much of the extra twaddle to really, I mean REALLY stick in your mind'. Keeping that in your noggin, Bloody Cuts are doing their part in the industry to combat all that cinematic fluffiness.

Unleashing their first of 13 chilling offerings 'Lock Up' takes its first bite out of the horror cake, and good grief, it made one hell of a splattering in my mind.

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