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Articles from May 2015

'Aloha': Review
Dir/scr: Cameron Crowe. US. 2015. 105minsAfter a long and sometimes bumpy trip, Cameron Crowe's Aloha finally arrives on screen as a forced and often cloying romantic comedy-drama with a strong, Bradley Cooper-led cast and an enticing Hawaiian setting...
BAFTA to Showcase Carol Morley
The programme is hosted by BAFTA in New York and Los Angeles and designed to introduce outstanding British talent to the US film industry.Morley will present her latest feature The Falling (pictured) at Soho House in New York on June 9 and at The London...
BFI London Film Festival Launches Shorts Prize
The BFI London Film Festival (Oct 7-18) is to introduce a new Short Film Competition at this year's 59th edition.In line with the festival's official, documentary and first feature competitions, 12 films will compete for the BFI London Film Festival...
Cineart Acquires Cannes Winner 'Mustang'
The company arrived at the festival earlier this month having already pre-bought several titles in official selection and in the market, among them Amy Winehouse documentary Amy, Gaspar Noe's Love and Competition title Mon Roi.It has since ramped up...
Henry Cavill Pulls out of ‘Stratton’
Henry Cavill has pulled out of the leading role in Special Forces thriller Stratton, less than a week before shooting was set to begin on June 2.Action director Simon West (Con Air, The Expendables 2) was due to start shooting in London and Rome from...
Picturehouse, Altitude Acquire Jeremy Saulnier’s 'Green Room'
Picturehouse Entertainment and Altitude Film Entertainment have jointly acquired the UK distribution rights from WestEnd Films to Jeremy Saulnier's thriller Green Room, starring Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots and Patrick Stewart.· REVIEW: Green RoomIt marks...
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