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Metrodome Picks Up ‘Summer In February’

4 December 2012 3:30 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Following yesterdays news regarding release details of their vicious zombie effort Before Dawn, independent distributor Metrodome have been quick to follow that up with confirmation for the UK rights to a film version of Jonathan Smith’s acclaimed novel Summer In February. The film will star Dominic Cooper (Captain America: The First Avenger, The Devil’S Double), Aussie stunner Emily Browning (Sleeping Beauty,Sucker Punch) and Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey).

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Metrodome Distribution Acquires Summer In February

Aim-listed independent distributor Metrodome have picked up all UK & Eire rights for Summer In February

Based on Jonathan Smith’s 1995 novel, Summer In February stars Dan Stevens, Dominic Cooper, Emily Browning and recent Evening Standard Theatre Awards Best Actress; Hattie Morahan. The film is the intimate true story of young, vibrant souls navigating their way through love, passion and friendship in the picturesque landscape of early twentieth century England. »

- Craig Hunter

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5 Things You Might Not Know About David Lean's 'Lawrence Of Arabia'

18 May 2012 12:12 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Is there a greater film than "Lawrence of Arabia?" Perhaps. There are certainly few longer ones, or few that are more epic and sweeping in their scope (thanks to the timeless Panavision 70 photography by Freddie Young). But even if the film isn't your absolute favorite, it is the number one of many, including Steven Spielberg, who credits the picture with making him want to be a filmmaker.

David Lean's tale of T.E. Lawrence's adventures in Arabia in World War I is fifty years old this year, and ahead of a brand-spanking-new Blu-ray release next month, a glorious new 4K restoration of the film is screening at Cannes tomorrow night. To mark the occasion, as well as the anniversary of the death of Lawrence himself, who died 77 years ago tomorrow, we've assembled five things you might not know about Lean's unassailable classic.

1. David Lean nearly directed a biopic of »

- Oliver Lyttelton

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