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There's No Point In Resisting "Guilty Pleasures"

Everyone wants true love. It’s a fact of life. Romance novels published by Harlequin, Mills & Boon entice readers and make them think that they, like the characters in the books will find their soul mates. PBS and filmmaker Julie Moggan have explored the relationship everyday people have with fiction and how real life can either be tragic or romantic. Now on DVD, Guilty Pleasures is yours to view. Just make sure you have plenty of chocolates and/or tissues.

Guilty Pleasures focuses on five different groups of people. These people include a woman in India who is an avid romantic novel reader, a woman in Japan who hopes to win a ballroom dancing contest, a couple in England who are looking to add something new to their love life, a model for Mills & Boon who wants nothing more than to meet his twin flame or other half. Lastly, there
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Open City London Film Festival Announces Line-Up

Source: FilmShaft - Open City London Film Festival Announces Line-Up

The inaugural and prestigious Open City London Documentary Festival (Open City) launches 16 - 19 June at University College London venues and the Prince Charles cinema, as a public-minded celebration of the best in documentary filmmaking. With a diverse programme centered around Obsessions, Crime & Punishment and The City, the festival presents a variety of award winning masterpieces and UK premieres, training workshops, live music events, as well as open air performances and food stalls.

Pawel Pawlikowski, multi-bafta award winning director and Open City judge:

"It’s great to have a new festival in London bringing together practitioners and a broad public audience. At its best documentary film goes beyond the familiar and the cliché to reveal the mystery, the poetry, the ambiguity beneath."

The festival will open with the internationally acclaimed Position Among The Stars (The Darwin Theatre, Ucl, Thurs 16 June), the
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Full Frame Announces 2011 Opening Night Film

The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival announced it will open on Thursday, April 14 with the U.S. premiere of Julie Moggan's documentary "Guilty Pleasures." "Guilty Pleasures" chronicles the impact of Mills & Boon romance novels upon the lives of five individuals, including a novelist, a male model and three female readers. Moggan, known for her non-fiction work for the BBC and Channel 4, will be on hand at Carolina Theatre's ...
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Daily News – Day 13

This is the daily news vodcast from the London Film Festival which hosts Black Swan, 127 Hours, Another Year, Never Let Me Go, Let Me In and West is West amongst its premieres this week. Day 13 saw the Premiere of The Kids Are All Right, directed by Lisa Cholodenko, starring Julianne Moore, Annette Bening, Mark Ruffalo, Mia Wasikowska and Josh Hutcherson. On Day 13, we spoke to another range of filmmakers at the The May Fair Hotel, including Julie Moggan (Guilty Pleasures). On the red carpet, actor turned director Diego Luna discussed his second feature, Abel, and Sabina Guzzanti presented her latest work, Draquila - Italy Trembles. The day concluded with the UK premiere of The Kids Are All Right, the Mofilm Gala, attended by director Lisa Cholodenko, and stars Mark Ruffalo and Julianne Moore.
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