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5 items from 2015


Coronation Street to welcome the Connors

28 September 2015 5:15 PM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

'Coronation Street' is set to be rocked by the arrival of two more members of the Connor family. Aidan Connor, played by Shayne Ward, was welcomed onto the street when Carla Connor (Alison King) let her gambling addiction spiral out of control, threatening the future of Underworld. However, despite their business relationship smoothing out over recent weeks, the arrival of Aidan's father Johnny (Richard Hawley) and sister Kate (Faye Brookes) causes a stir when it becomes apparent that Aidan hasn't been entirely truthful about the origins of the cash he's invested into the business. Kate - who is a distant cousin of Carla's »

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Michelle Heaton turned down Strictly Come Dancing

25 September 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

'Coronation Street' is set to be rocked by the arrival of two more members of the Connor family. Aidan Connor, played by Shayne Ward, was welcomed onto the street when Carla Connor (Alison King) let her gambling addiction spiral out of control, threatening the future of Underworld. However, despite their business relationship smoothing out over recent weeks, the arrival of Aidan's father Johnny (Richard Hawley) and sister Kate (Faye Brookes) causes a stir when it becomes apparent that Aidan hasn't been entirely truthful about the origins of the cash he's invested into the business. Kate - who is a distant cousin of Carla's »

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Love Is All review – nebulous look back at big-screen love

12 February 2015 1:30 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

There’s little love lost for Kim Longinotto’s slapdash documentary montage

Valentine’s Day is upon us, but the release of this film by Kim Longinotto is a disappointing and uninteresting way of marking that fact. It is a miscellaneous montage of film clips from the past century, accompanied by music from Richard Hawley, on the vague subject of … love. There are archive fragments from documentaries, romances, and grisly and puritanical sex-education films (of the kind anthologised by the BFI in its boxset The Joy of Sex Education). There are bits from the 1929 silent movie Piccadilly starring Anna May Wong, and from My Beautiful Laundrette. It seems as if anything and everything could have been included. But the selections and juxtapositions are neither interesting nor insightful – certainly not compared to, say, Julien Temple’s recent essay London: The Modern Babylon or Charlie Lyne’s study of teen movies, Beyond Clueless. »

- Peter Bradshaw

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2015 Sundance Trading Card Series: #34. Christopher Abbott (James White)

5 February 2015 10:15 AM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Eric Lavallee: Name me three of your favorite “2014 discoveries”…

Christopher Abbott: 1). Richard Hawley’s records Cole’s Corner and Truelove’s Gutter. 2). Marc Maron’s Wtf podcast. 3). Anselm Kiefer sculptor/artist

Lavallee: Prior to playing the titular figure in Josh Mond’s James White, you were the visually tattooed/perhaps tormented central figure in his short film. How did that collaboration essentially assist in helping you reach the emotional depths demanded for this role?

Abbott: It didn’t really. But I think it started to establish how Josh and I would work together. We were friends already but hadn’t collaborated in that way yet.

Lavallee: Could you describe James relationship to with his mother, the unique bound they have and perhaps how that separation informs or influences his exchanges with those that surround him…

Abbott: I think their relationship in the film is pure, dependent, at times volatile and unhealthy, »

- Eric Lavallee

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Maxine Peake Joins Martin Freeman In ‘Funny Cow’

7 January 2015 7:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Maxine Peake is to star in a new British film about a female comedian trying to crack the notorious Northern club circuit of the 1970s. Funny Cow will be a gritty drama depicting the unfunny side of a business that to this day is unfair to women, though the setting is a harsher environment than most. Co-starring Martin Freeman and screenplay writer Tony Pitts, the impressive cast also features John Hannah and Stephen Graham. Though best known for her TV roles in the UK, Peake has been moving steadily toward the big screen, starring in romantic comedy Run And Jump and thriller Keeping Rosy. Her careful choices, usually involving uncompromising material, should make her perfect casting for this tough-talking role.

Production commences this year, with Tinge Krishnan in the director’s chair and Richard Hawley providing the soundtrack. The producers are Pow Films and Moviehouse Entertainment’s Mark Vennis. Peake »

- Steve Palace

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