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Browse all the sections of the 57th London Film Festival (Oct 9-20) including the galas, competition titles and individual sections.
Alphabetical list of titles by section including feature premiere status
Wp = Wp
Ep = European Premiere
IP = International Premiere
UK = UK Premiere
Saving Mr Banks, John Lee Hancock (Us/UK) Ep
Philomena, Stephen Frears (UK) UK12 Years A Slave, Steve Mcqueen (UK) EPGravity, Alfonso Cuaron (Us) UKInside Llewyn Davis, Ethan Coen, Joel Coen (Us) UKLabor Day, Jason Reitman (Us) EPThe Invisible Woman, Ralph Fiennes (UK), EPThe Epic Of Everest, John Noel (UK) WPBlue Is The Warmest Colour, Abdellatif Kechiche (France) UKNight Moves, Kelly Reichardt (Us) UKStranger By The Lake, Alain Guiraudie (France) UKDon Jon, Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Us) UKMystery Road, Ivan Sen (Australia) UKOnly Lovers Left Alive, Jim Jarmusch (Us) UKNebraska, Alexander Payne (Us) UKWe Are The Best!, Lukas Moodysson (Sweden) EPFoosball 3D, Juan Jose Campanella (Argentina »
Time to find out which four acts advance from the voting to round out the Top 24 semifinalists on "America's Got Talent" Season 8 and which acts advance as the judges' choices.
The first act put through is Dave Fenley, which is not a surprise. He did well and has a really interesting voice, plus he's super likable. The two acts cut when he went through were Vsu Gospel Chorale and Selena Mykenzie Gordon.
The next group brought down is 2unique, Sam Johnson, Catapult Entertainment and Melody Caballero. Of course Catapult gets through, then the other three do not. Not a huge surprise either.
The third group is D'Angelo & Amanda and Ruby & Jonas, with D&A advancing and R&J going home. Yeah, that's right, though we thought maybe R&J would have gotten into the judges' pick between 4 and 5.
The final group knocks out Sprice right away and leaves it between »
Time for the last week of quarterfinals on "America's Got Talent." The final 12 acts competing for the Top 20 spots in the semis. Who stood out for you?
For us, the stand outs were definitely D'Angelo & Amanda, Dave Fenley and Catapult Entertainment. Catapult is an obvious one because not only are they very talented dancers and storytellers, but they were also really tugging at the ol' heartstrings.
Fenley's "Trouble" performance was not actually our favorite one he's ever done, but he's still an interesting sound and we imagine has a solid following. And D'Angelo and Amanda are supremely talented dancers.
The only reason we're a little fearful for D'Angelo and Amanda is because D'Angelo's sister Ruby and her dancing partner Jonas may split the votes with them. Both duos are very, very good, but D'Angelo and Amanda are on another level.
As for the fourth act, we really don't know. Sprice is cool, »
"America's Got Talent" narrowed down the acts in Las Vegas in a two-part episode on Tuesday (July 16) and Wednesday this week. There was a group of acts that were advanced immediately in Las Vegas without having to perform, then some that were eliminated right away. But the majority of acts performed again and were then either advanced or cut.
Check out the acts in our photo gallery here.
The acts that advanced immediately were:
3Penny Chorus and Orchestra, chorus/orchestra
Aerial Ice, ice skating acrobats
Alexandra the Great, escape artist
The American Military Spouses Choir, chorus
Angela Hoover, comedian/impressionist
Anna Christine, child singer
Bailey the Dancing Dog, dancing dog act
Branden James, opera singer
Catapult Entertainment, shadow dancers
Chicago Boyz, acrobatic dancers
Dave Shirley, comedian
David the Cobra Kid, reptile handler
Fresh Faces, child dance group
Innovative Force, acrobats
Jim Meskimen, comedian
Jimmy Rose, singer
Kenichi Ebina, »
After a season premiere full of incredible performances, the bar was raised especially high for the June 11 contestants of ‘America’s Got Talent.’ So these acts upped the ante — and the emotion.
There’s almost too much talent on America’s Got Talent! The June 11 episode of the hit reality show brought a variety of performances, from unbelievable singers, to circus acts, to sassy kid ballroom dancers. The backgrounds behind some of these contestants were astonishing — and let’s just say there were a few tears in our eyes during some of them.
Top 5 Performances From June 11 Episode
5. Sam Johnson: The Handstand Man
In the most death-defying stunt of the night, Sam stuns the »
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5 items from 2013
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