2016 In Film So Far: Movies 1 / 2

Oh hello there July, you certainly crept up on us. Or rather sped towards us full throttle. Six months of 2016 are now behind us and we have reached the half-way point of the year. A bunch of my kind writers gave me their two cents worth as we delve into the first six months […]

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100 More Films Made By Women – Part Four

Here we have 10 more far from “girly” films at your disposal. So let’s hear it for the girls. Girls that can cut into a marriage bond, that can gyrate inappropriately at a children’s party, girls that can escape their confined lifestyles to watch a soccer game, can become terrorists, can sit naked on a […]

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Interview – Crash Director Paul Haggis

On the back of directing Show Me a Hero for HBO, I speak to Paul Haggis for AwardsDaily TV, where I probe a little bit on the who state of the industry during the infamous year he and his movie Crash won those Oscars. Speaking to Paul Haggis, a man who has been behind the […]

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100 More Films Made By Women – Part Three

In the midst of some momentous historical changes here in the UK, and across the vast European continent (and the world) I am in such a hurry to re-focus our attention to film. The following movies may not all be a bed of roses, what with fighting for rights, or gang territory, or struggling with […]

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Interview – Oscar-Winner Susanne Bier

Susanne Bier spoke to me for AwardsDaily TV about her first television series, directing AMC’s The Night Manager, adding her personal directorial touches to the property and making Hollywood films. I connected with director Susanne Bier in her home land of Denmark to discuss the gripping American-British TV production The Night Manager. It’s yet another […]

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100 More Films Made By Women – Part Two

It’s no surprise to see many of the films directed by women featured here and elsewhere focus on the female story perspective – you could solidly argue those as well are in too short supply in the film industry. The following eclectic bunch of films offer an abundance of female-driven stories, regardless of a potential […]

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100 More Films Made By Women – Part One

And so it begins. Well, I say begins, this has been brewing over for months and months. This is in fact the second 100 Films Made by Women following our first 100, the last part of which was published in August 2015. The 100 films directed by women coming your way (10 parts of 10) […]

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Interview – Scene-Stealer Ann Dowd

Ann Dowd spoke to me for AwardsDaily TV about her acting career in film, television, and theater, and what challenges it all continues to bring her. Any nerves of excitement or apprehension I may have before diving into an interview with great actors, writers, or directors soon vanishes when you speak to someone so warm, […]

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Interview – 90s Starlet Liv Tyler

Liv Tyler talks growing up, babies and the Guilty Remnant from the HBO series The Leftovers where the actress takes a change of pace from what we usually expect. See the full interview at AwardsDaily TV. You have to have a little bit more pride in the town you live in, believing many in America […]

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Interview – Marcee Tidwell AKA Regina King

Regina King spoke with me for AwadsDaily TV about The Leftovers, the dominance of quality on TV, and her role as Marcee Tidwell in Jerry Maguire. The Leftovers‘ critically acclaimed second season saw a shift in setting to Jarden, Texas, a town unaffected by the Sudden Departure. As part of this dynamic new season two […]

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Interview – Gone Girl Carrie Coon

Carrie Coon spoke to me at Awards Daily TV about film, theater, television, and TV series The Leftovers. Below is an excerpt of the interview: Carrie Coon burst onto television screens in HBO’s critically acclaimed and enigmatic drama The Leftovers. After a divisive first season, the drama took on a new dynamic, expanding its appeal […]

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2016 Half Way Movie Lists Coming Soon

Okay so it is almost that time of year again. The half-way point. I know, we think all the best movies come out right at the end of the year. Well, when we do actually take the time to look closer, we can see that there have been many worthy films to surface in 2016. […]

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