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Friday night quiz night is back, while Jarvis Cocker leads performers through highlights from the unconventional musician’s solo albums. And, after eight long and nondescript weeks, it’s the Big Brother live final
Scott Walker’s restless and experimental recent work will have seemed forbiddingly outre to many of the people who adore his more melodically conventional earlier music. But their preferences will be well and truly catered for by Prom 15, in which Jarvis Cocker leads performers including Susanne Sundfør, John Grant and Richard Hawley through a selection of songs from the four eponymous Walker solo albums that culminated in 1969’s sublime Scott 4. Phil Harrison
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- Phil Harrison, Graeme Virtue, Ali Catterall, Mark Gibbings-Jones, Hannah Verdier, John Robinson, Jonathan Wright, Paul Howlett
It’s easy to bemoan the majority of trailers for giving away too much or, upon seeing the film, ending up with something far different than what was marketed. However, a few times a year, a trailer works on its own terms; as an impressive piece of editing in its own right and/or as the ideal tease for an highly-anticipated film. We’ve selected our 20 favorites from the last year, ranging from some of 2017’s biggest films to the best in arthouse and foreign films to a handful of surprises.
Check them out below and let us know which trailers you were most impressed with in 2016.
A late contender to the list, this brief preview for The Lost of City of Z was perfect tease for James Gray‘s period epic. Giving us our first glimpse at Darius Khondji‘s stunning, shot-on-35mm visuals, »
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