Category Archive: Film

May 03

Business of Books: Jane Cable talks to author & book designer Christine Hammacott

Jane Cable talks to author and book designer Christine Hammacott   How much of your working life does the business of books take up? The business of books is extremely varied these days. Being an author doesn’t just involve writing a book. It can involve research, editing, marketing and promotion, social media, blogging, events and book festivals, …

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Jun 24

Gaucho Premieres present Ab Fab

  Yes Sweeeeety Daaaaarlings! You heard it here. Gaucho have managed to bag the hotly anticipated Absolutely Fabulous Movie and it’s set to be premiered at Gaucho O2 on Saturday 2nd July. Forget the cinema, how else could you possible enjoy Absolutely Fabulous without a cocktail in hand. Thank you Gaucho for making this one possible, …

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Jun 21

Elisabeth Banks Was “Too Old” To Play Tobey Maguire’s Girlfriend In Spider-Man At 28

In an interview with the ever-amazing Glamour Magazine, Elizabeth Banks has revealed that she was deemed “too old” too play Toby Maguire’s Girlfriend in Spider Man, despite being close in age. Now 42, Banks had a screen test with Tobey Maguire for the film that was released in 2002. She was rejected for the role …

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May 09

Screenwriting Workshop with BAFTA Award winning writer John Foster

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You may have had the opportunity to catch a performance of Shot At Dawn in Dorset over the last few weeks which has been earning fantastic reviews – and rightly so. Writer and Artistic Director, John Foster, kindly gave a pre-performance screenwriting  workshop for Dorset Writers Network  at Bridport Arts Centre. John gave an overview …

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May 07

Captain America: Civil War Film Review

Based on the 2006 Marvel Comics crossover storyline Civil War is perhaps one of most adventurous pieces of comic book fare to be brought to the big screen. Based one year after the last Avengers movie; Age of Ultron and the colossal damages that occurred within all the previous cities the United Nations is preparing …

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Apr 05

Olivia Wilde “too old” To Play Leonardo DiCaprio’s Girlfriend

Olivia Wilde has revealed she was “too old” for Margot Robbie’s role in “Wolf of Wall Street” During an interview with Howard Stern the actress revealed she was “too old” for the role.  Stern had asked if she had ever not gotten a role because she was too good-looking. Wilde said:   “The funniest thing I …

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Apr 01

What’s On This Weekend

  A round up of another glorious four-day week with a host of spectacular activities in and around The Capital. Our top picks include; The London Whisky Weekender 1-3rd; Starting today, The London Whisky Weekender will transform the East London venue, Oval Space into a Dramtastic dream. With Whisky’s to try from all around The …

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Mar 24

30 Days of Gratitude Day 24 #30daysofgratitude

Today I am grateful for film. I love film and I have worked in the film industry. Going to the cinema is still one of my favourite things to do. So today I am grateful for film and all of the amazing people who make them. It’s a tough industry, but it’s worth it. Catch up …

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