Posts Tagged ‘Saoirse Ronan’

Against all odds it is Festa again in Rome for Cinema makers & lovers with the Rome Film Fest, 15-25 October 2020

Oct 09 2020

By Francesca LombardoFollowing in the footsteps of Venice, Rome too made a massive effort this year not miss the 15th Edition of the Rome Film Festival despite Covid19. The film festival will be packed with film screenings from all over the world, special encounters, conferences and plenty of special sections and exhibitions. 

From the 15th to the 25th of October, the Auditorium Parco della Musica will see actors, actresses, directors, screenwriters, and above all audiences return to the Fest’s traditional venue and recreate that marvellous festive atmosphere created by partaking in the passion for film.

This year’s official poster for the Rome Film Fest is photo of two film icons: Sidney Poitier and Paul Newman in a relaxed moment on the set of Paris Blues. 

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Film Awards: BAFTA Predictions

Feb 10 2016

The 2016 awards season seems to have been going on for ever, but the end is in sight. The Oscars take place at the end of the month, but first come the BAFTAs, on Sunday evening. London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper, gets out her crystal ball to find out who’ll be feeling the love on Valentine’s Day – and who’ll be left out on the cold.

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This Week’s Movie News From Talking Pictures including an interview with Brooklyn star Saoirse Ronan

Nov 05 2015

This week’s Talking Pictures comes over all nostalgic!  There’s sweeping 1950s drama, Brooklyn, and its star, Saoirse Ronan, is in the hot seat for this week’s Big Interview.  And there’s the re-issue of classic romance Brief Encounter to mark the film’s 70th anniversary.

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Film Review: Brooklyn

Nov 02 2015

November looks like being nostalgia month.  There’s re-issues of weepies Brief Encounter and Doctor Zhivago, as well as new arrivals The Dressmaker and Bridge Of Spies, but ahead of them all comes the adaptation of Colm Toibin’s best seller, Brooklyn.  London Mums’ resident film critic, Freda Cooper, took the journey to see how well it made the leap from page to screen.

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