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Jimmy's Hall likely Ken Loach's last feature

8 August 2013 3:36 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Jimmy’s Hall, which has begun shooting in Ireland, is likely to be Ken Loach’s last narrative feature - but he will continue to direct documentaries.

Ken Loach’s upcoming drama, Jimmy’s Hall, will likely be his last, according to regular producer Rebecca O’Brien.

“This is probably the last narrative feature for Ken,” O’Brien told ScreenDaily. “There are a few documentary ideas kicking around, and that will probably be the way to go, but this is a serious period-drama with a lot of moving parts so it’s a big thing to put together. I think we should go out while we’re on top.”

O’Brien, who has produced more than a dozen features with Loach since 1990, said that the 77 year-old director is likely to continue to make documentaries and TV work but that he is “unlikely” to make another narrative feature.

“It’s such a huge operation and Ken doesn »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Jimmy's Hall likely to be Ken Loach's last feature

8 August 2013 3:36 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Jimmy’s Hall, which has begun shooting in Ireland, is likely to be Ken Loach’s last narrative feature - but he will continue to direct documentaries.

Ken Loach’s upcoming drama, Jimmy’s Hall, will likely be his last, according to regular producer Rebecca O’Brien.

“This is probably the last narrative feature for Ken,” O’Brien told ScreenDaily. “There are a few documentary ideas kicking around, and that will probably be the way to go, but this is a serious period-drama with a lot of interconnecting elements so it’s a big thing to put together. I think we should go out while we’re on top.”

O’Brien, who has produced more than a dozen features with Loach since 1990, said that the 77 year-old director is likely to continue to make documentaries and TV work but that he is “unlikely” to make another narrative feature.

“It’s such a huge operation and Ken doesn »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Cannes 2013: The Golden Cage (La Jaula de Oro) – review

23 May 2013 8:40 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Three Guatemalan teenagers' attempts to cross the murderous Mexico-us border region makes for gripping viewing

Even when Ken Loach doesn't have a film in competition in Cannes, his influence is still keenly felt. Spanish director Diego Quemada-Diez was a camera assistant on Loach's Carla's Song, Land and Freedom and Bread and Roses, and there is something very Loachian in this tough, absorbing, suspenseful drama showing in the Un Certain Regard section about three Guatemalan kids trying illegally to cross the Mexican border into the Us.

He has avowedly stuck to Loach's realist directing style: shooting in narrative sequence and using a semi-improvisatory approach on location. It is interesting that while British directors such as Andrea Arnold and Clio Barnard have hyper-evolved the Loach idiom into beautifully realised and photographed dramas of naturalism, Quemada-Diez is arguably closer to the gritty, grainy original.

The title comes from a Mexican ballad, Jaula de Oro, »

- Peter Bradshaw

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'The Angels' Share' Review: Ken Loach Pours Engaging Shot of Scotch

11 April 2013 4:10 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Ken Loach, the 76-year old, British filmmaker best known for his bleak political dramas such as "The Wind that Shakes the Barley," "Bread and Roses" and "Ladybird Ladybird," has with "The Angels' Share" made a wee, entertaining comedy about the theft of high-priced scotch in Scotland. Like most Loach films, it starts out focused on those barely clinging to the bottom rung of the social ladder, this time in Glasgow. Robbie (newcomer Paul Brannigan), a skinny runt of a young man, is up before a judge who'll decide whether he goes »

- Leah Rozen

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'The Angels' Share' Review: Ken Loach Pours Engaging Shot of Scotch

11 April 2013 2:54 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Ken Loach, the 76-year old, British filmmaker best known for his bleak political dramas such as "The Wind that Shakes the Barley," "Bread and Roses" and "Ladybird Ladybird," has with "The Angels' Share" made a wee, entertaining comedy about the theft of high-priced scotch in Scotland. Like most Loach films, it starts out focused on those barely clinging to the bottom rung of the social ladder, this time in Glasgow. Robbie (newcomer Paul Brannigan), a skinny runt of a young man, is up before a judge who'll decide whether he goes »

- Leah Rozen

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