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On Talking Pictures ….. Robert Redford talks Pete’s Dragon

Aug 16 2016

A true Hollywood legend comes into land on this week’s edition of the Talking Pictures podcast.  Robert Redford takes up The Big Interview hot seat to talk about his latest movie, Pete’s Dragon – the first film he’s ever made for Disney.  The new live action re-make of the 1977 animation is released this week and is also in the spotlight, alongside new releases Wiener-Dog, documentary Ingrid Bergman In Her Own Words and Valley Of Love.

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Talking Pictures: Spielberg on The BFG

Jul 25 2016

The holidays are here and the summer blockbuster season gets off to the biggest of starts on this week’s Talking Pictures.  Legendary director Steven Spielberg, and the Oscar winning star of the film, Mark Rylance, talk about The BFG, their latest film together at its London press conference.  And London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper, was there to hear what they had to say.

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Talking Pictures: Chris Hemsworth talks Ghostbusters!

Jul 15 2016

As the latest version of Ghostbusters blasts into cinemas, its token male, Chris Hemsworth, takes up the Talking Pictures hot seat for this week’s Big Interview and spills the beans about working on the film.  Also under review are the black comedy, Men & Chicken, and French romance set in the 70s, Summertime.

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Talking Pictures: Exclusive Interview with Rebecca Miller

Jul 10 2016

Talking Pictures lands another exclusive this week, with London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper, talking to writer/director Rebecca Miller.  She’s behind one of this week’s big new releases at the cinema, the sparkling comedy Maggie’s Plan.

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Film Review: Maggie’s Plan

Jul 07 2016

After the riotous comedy of Absolutely Fabulous:The Movie last week, this time it’s the turn of something more sophisticated and definitely more American. Maggie’s Plan is released this Friday, certificate 15, and comes from director/writer Rebecca Miller, who is married to Daniel Day Lewis, as well as being the daughter of legendary playwright Arthur Miller.

London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper, found out whether the film goes according to plan.

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