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Ad break: Sport England, Budget Direct, Ikea, Shredded Wheat, Macmillan, Young's, Nspcc - video

20 January 2015 1:24 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

This week's compilation of new TV adverts opens with a film for Sport England which has drawn a hugely positive response online from those keen to see more realistic portrayals of women on screen; and ends with a candid warning from the Nspcc about the dangers of self-exposure online. In between there's some terrific slapstick in a funny Australian advert for Budget Direct; the impressive sight of migrating T-shirts for Ikea; a paean to Northern Soul from Shredded Wheat; a moving film for Macmillan describing the isolation felt by cancer sufferers and Rupert Everett providing the voice of a miffed moggie for Young's Continue reading »

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Top 100 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2015: #97. Hugh Hudson’s Altamira

5 January 2015 10:45 AM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »


Director: Hugh Hudson // Writers: Olivia Hetreed, José Luis López-Linares

Hudson, notably the director of 1981 Best Picture winner Chariots of Fire, hasn’t helmed a feature since the lambasted 2000 Kim Basinger film I Dreamed of Africa, a noted passion project for the actress. His latest, Altamira, looks to be a historical reenactment, and will hopefully prove to be Hudson’s welcome return to feature films, which is why it makes our list. Banderas will play Marcelino Sanz de Sautuola, a Spanish jurist and amateur archeologist who made the discovery of the Altamira Cave with his nine-year-old daughter Maria. Featuring painting of bison, horses, a doe and human hands, made with charcoal and ochre, these were the first Paleolithic cave paintings of their type to be discovered.

Cast: Antonio Banderas, Golshifteh Farahani, Rupert Everett.

Producers: Morena Films’ Lucrecia Botín and Alvaro Longoria (7 Days in Havana), Sympathetic Ink’s Andy Paterson (The Railway Man »

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