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Articles from August 2013

Child of God
Dir: James Franco. US. 2013. 104minsJames Franco's second literary adaptation this year, after his Cannes-bowing William Faulkner version As I Lay Dying, was always going to be a dark little number. Cormac McCarthy's early novel Child Of God tells the...
Frears Wants the Pope to See Philomena
Frears, Steve Coogan and Judi Dench talk about Venice hit Philomena.Stephen Frears may have wowed the critics in Venice with Philomena's world premiere today, but he also has another audience in mind."I'm very keen the Pope should see it," he said at...
Gabrielle Tana
The producer of Philomena and The Invisible Woman talks about working with Stephen Frears and Ralph Fiennes.London-based producer Gabrielle "Gaby" Tana of Magnolia Mae is busy at Venice with the world premiere of Stephen Frears' Philomena, which will...
Night Moves
Dir: Kelly Reichardt. US. 2013. 112minsA well sustained, beautifully shot, though rather dour environmental drama-thriller, Night Moves sees Kelly Reichardt veer away from the left-field drama of her earlier films and try her hand - with mixed results...
Philomena
Dir: Stephen Frears. UK. 2013. 94minsPhilomena is a real delight. Funny, moving, beautifully performed and directed with restraint and a wonderfully delicate touch, it is a film that will click with audiences and also likely have awards committees sitting...
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