Paul Moxham embraces fate and rides the fall out of the awards season with The Adjustment Bureau
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Alexandre Desplat’s score for The King’s Speech marks another understated triumph from the rising French composer. Sean Wilson takes an ear to the music and finds a successful balance between light and dark
Sean Wilson looks back on the BAFTAs, the winners, the nominations and looks forward to the Oscars
The King’s Speech, which has a South West connection, was hailed in The House of Lords for being a jolly good film. Hear, hear!
Sean Wilson has the low-down on the BAFTA nominations, with some of his tips for the top, which, of course, include Torquay’s own Roger Deakins for his amazing cinematography for the Coen Brothers in True Grit