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3 items from 2015


Quad: Gerard Johnson’s Crime Thriller, Hyena

6 February 2015 7:24 AM, PST | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Garnering comparison to classic crime films like The Long Good Friday, Gerard Johnson’s sophomore feature, Hyena looks a stylish, brutal affair. Find its new poster, below.  Though living within the realm of harsh, neon crime, Hyena boasts a horror pedigree. The cast features Kill List vets Neil Maskell and MyAnna Buring, while writer/director Johnson and star Peter Ferdinando first…

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Exclusive Poster For Hyena

6 February 2015 12:14 AM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Peter Ferdinando has offered ace supporting turns to Jack O’Connell in Starred-Up and Ben Wheatley’s coterie of Civil War malcontents in A Field In England. Hyena, a cop thriller set in the Big Smoke, gives him a long overdue turn in the spotlight. The film has a moody new poster to sell its wares. Gerard Johnson’s last film, Tony, saw Ferdinando playing a serial killer who did very nasty things to people before dumping them into the Thames. This time around he’s on the other side of the law. Well, supposedly. As Michael Logan, a police officer with a drug habit and the loosest sense of morality on the Met, he’s up against a bunch of Albanian gangsters even more crooked than he is. “An antihero for our times” is how the film bills him.Stephen Graham slots in alongside him as a copper on the take, »

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Support grows for ‘under threat’ Curzon Soho

5 January 2015 8:51 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The London venue may be demolished to make way for a Crossrail ticket hall.

A petition in support of London’s Curzon Soho is gathering pace following reports that the arthouse cinema may face demolition.

The petition, hosted by 38 Degrees, generated close to 6,500 signatures in 24 hours after it was revealed that the cinema may be knocked down to make way for the £25bn Crossrail 2 development.

Among those to sign the petition are actors Mark Gatiss, David Morrissey, MyAnna Buring and Alice Lowe to journalist Jon Ronson and documentary maker Jeanie Finlay.

Transport for London (TfL) said the Curzon was needed to build a ticket hall and entrance into the new Crossrail 2 station. Plans show that nearby Soho Square would be cordoned off and used as a builders’ depot during works which could take 10 years to complete.

Organisers plan to email the petition to Crossrail developers and the Mayor of London as well as Curzon management.

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- michael.rosser@screendaily.com (Michael Rosser)

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