The Golden Globes are something to really celebrate this year, says Helen Tope, as they represent some of the most exting work to emerge for a generation
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With 127 Hours and The King’s Speech starting off 2011, Paul Moxham’s year of time spent in a darkened room -that’s the cinema, to you -is looking bright!
The Socail Network picked up the UK Regional Film Critics’ film of the year gong at the The Richard Attenborough Film Awards, with the public vote for best British movie going to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
Cornwall Film Festival parton Mike Leigh has been nominated for Best Director at the British Independent Film Awards. The cast is also nominated. Another strong showing is from Arbor. Both films can be seen at the festival
Exeter-born Watchmen start Matthew Goode has been doing the promotional rounds lately. And after reading Conor Nolan’s exclusive with the rising star, we thought we’d have one of our own.