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Movie Review - Nativity 2: Danger In The Manger

Movie Review - Nativity 2: Danger In The Manger

  by Lizzie Pyle

As Martin Freeman is gallivanting around Middle Earth this Christmas, ex- Doctor Who David Tennant has stepped up to the role of put-upon teacher in the sequel to Nativity - Danger In The Manger. An anxious teacher, Donald Peterson [...]

Tags: Feature, Christmas, David Tennant, Entertainment/Culture, Jessica Hynes, Martin Freeman, movie review, news, St Cuthbert's College
56th BFI LFF Review- The Reluctant Fundamentalist

56th BFI LFF Review- The Reluctant Fundamentalist

  by Lizzie Pyle

The Reluctant Fundamentalist is adapted from the 2007 novel by Mohsen Hamid. We follow Changez (Riz Ahmed)- a charismatic professor in Lahore, spreading anti-Americanism among his excitable students. He is under surveillance by the CIA [...]

Tags: Feature, American Express, Central Intelligence Agency, charismatic firebrand professor, Entertainment/Culture, Kate Hudson, Kiefer Sutherland, Lahore, Liev Schreiber, Mohsen Hamid, news, Riz Ahmed, the London Film Festival, The Reluctant Fundamentalist
56th BFI LFF Review - Song For Marion

56th BFI LFF Review - Song For Marion

  by Lizzie Pyle

Song for Marion follows grumpy, retired Arthur (Terrence Stamp), who doesn’t get much joy out of life aside from the love-of-his-life, his vivacious wife Marion (Vanessa Redgrave). He finds her interest in the OAPZ - a geriatric choir [...]

Tags: Feature, American Express Company, Entertainment/Culture, Gemma Arterton, news, Song For Marion, Terrence Stamp, the London Film Festival, Vanessa Redgrave
56th BFI LFF Review- Love, Marilyn

56th BFI LFF Review- Love, Marilyn

  by Lizzie Pyle

The 50th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s death has stimulated new books, TV shows and films, and Liz Garbus’ beautifully-made and thoughtful documentary, Love, Marilyn, is a wonderful addition the 56th BFI London Film Festival. This [...]

Tags: Feature, Adrien Brody, Arthur Miller, Cinema of the United States, Elia Kazan, Entertainment/Culture, Glenn Close, Gloria Steinem, Jeremy Piven, Joe DiMaggio, Lee Strasberg, Lindsay Lohan, Liz Garbus, Marilyn, Marilyn Monroe, news, Uma Thurman, Viola Davis, Wanda Jean
Argo LFF Gala Premiere!

Argo LFF Gala Premiere!

  by Lizzie Pyle

Last night GLAM hit the red carpet alongside the stars attending the BFI London Film Festival screening of Ben Affleck’s newest directorial venture Argo. Having already gained massive critical acclaim for his latest film, Affleck, [...]

Tags: Feature, Argo, Ben Affleck, BFI London Film Festival, Bryan Cranston, Cinema of the United States, Entertainment/Culture, John Goodman, London Film Festival, news, the London Film Festival, The Sanderson Hotel
56th BFI LFF Movie Review: Amour

56th BFI LFF Movie Review: Amour

  by Lizzie Pyle

French-language drama Amour directed by Austrian Michael Haneke took home the prestigious Palme D'Or at Cannes earlier this year, and now it is in the Love Category at the 56th BFI London Film Festival. This beautiful film [...]

Tags: Feature, BFI London Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Cinema of France, Emmanuelle Riva, Entertainment/Culture, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Love, Michael Haneke, news, Palme d'Or