Monthly Archives: March 2011

Animal Kingdom – Review by James Black

Animal Kingdom is the extremely impressive debut from director David Michôd. Reminiscent of Andrew Dominik’s Chopper (2000) in its authentic portrayal of Australia’s underworld the film shows inner city Melbourne in all of its warts and all actuality a place … Continue reading

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True Grit – Review by Harry Cunningham

Colourful and cinematic whilst intimate and beautifully narrated, True Grit tells the story of fourteen year old Mattie Ross. Heavily distressed by the death of her father at the hands of local villain Tom Chaney, Mattie arrives to collect his … Continue reading

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Let’s Celebrate 365 launch and new video footage from Jeremy Hunter

Let’s Celebrate 365, our stunning photographic exhibition from Jeremy Hunter launched on Thu 24 Feb and was opened by Labour MP Peter Soulsby. Attendees at the launch event were treated to an introduction to the exhibition by Jeremy Hunter, as … Continue reading

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Brighton Rock – Review by James Black

Hearing the news that John Boulting’s classic 1946 adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel Brighton Rock was to be remade filled with me trepidation. The current spate of mostly inferior remakes are one thing but meddling with the perfection of this … Continue reading

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