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Nocturnal Animals – London Film Festival Premiere

Film, Interviews | 09/11/2016

Visually stunning cinematography, witty and gripping script, fast-paced narrative – it’s hard to know where to begin with fashion designer turned director / screenwriter Tom Ford’s latest offering- Nocturnal Animals It’s glitzy, it’s glamorous, it’s gritty.. and that was just the red carpet 😉 Witnessing him his most grotesque role to date I was keen …keep reading

Arrival- UK Premiere & Press Conference

Film, Interviews | 09/11/2016

Aliens exist, they’re here, they’ve landed and their intentions are unclear. There have been countless attempts at alien movies over the years – good, bad and ugly. Upon first impression it was unclear as to which way director Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival was going to go – a modern Close Encounters of the Third Kind or …keep reading

London Film Festival 2015: Carol Press Conference and Premiere

Film, Interviews | 18/11/2015

Based on the Patricia Higsmith  novel, ‘The price of salt’   adapted by Phyllis Nagy, 11 years in development from page to screen – Carol, is a story of female love and companionship, Therese Belivet (Rooney Mara) spots the beautiful, elegant Carol (Cate Blanchett) perusing the doll displays in a 1950s Manhattan department store and …keep reading

London Film Festival 2015: Lady in the Van Premiere and Press Conference

Film, Interviews, Uncategorized | 13/11/2015

She was meant to stay for three weeks… The Lady in the Van, London Film Festival’s centre piece gala was a true spectical for the senses. Sight and sound yes, but how can you smell a film you say? Well when Allan Bennett refers to someone as ‘rank’ and that the descriptions of sh*t weren’t …keep reading

London Film Festival 2015- Youth Premiere

Film, Interviews, Uncategorized | 12/11/2015

Youth  tells the story of a retired orchestra conductor on holiday with his daughter and his film director best friend in the Alps when he unexpectedly receives an invitation from Queen Elizabeth II to perform for Prince Philip’s birthday. Stunning, nostalgic, powerful and divisive, Italian director Paolo Sorrentino has created a dazzling piece of cinema …keep reading

London Film Festival – Brooklyn Premiere

Written by one of our screenplay heroes,  Nick Hornby, Brooklyn is a visually stunning film and touching story about a young Irish girl named Eilis (Saoirse Ronan) as she emigrates from Ireland to make her new home in the states. At its London Film Festival premiere the stars stepped out to chat to us about their new …keep reading

Cinderella Press Conference: Cinderella VS Feminism

Film, Interviews, Uncategorized | 27/03/2015

Cinderella hits UK cinemas today – are you excited for the palace doors to open up to all eligible maidens in the land? But in an age in which Disney is reinventing the idea of the ‘Disney Princess’ – how does this classic fairytale step up to the mark and what does it say to …keep reading

Red Carpet Interview: Alan Rickman at the London Film Festival

Film, Interviews | 22/10/2014

There to promote his latest directorial offering,  everyone’s favourite velvety voiced thesp stepped out at the London Film festival to promote his latest film – A Little Chaos staring Kate Winslet in which Rickman plays Louis XIV. In his first film to direct since the 90s Rickman chatted to Soho Picture Book on the Red …keep reading

Red Carpet Interview: James McAvoy talks playing the role of ‘Connor’ in his latest movie- The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

Film, Interviews | 22/10/2014

Looking dapper and as charming as ever- James McAvoy stepped out in Leicester Square as he took to the red carpet to chat all about making his new movie The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby – Showing at this year’s BFI London Film festival. McAvoy was keen to chat to Soho picture book all about the challenges …keep reading

Interview with Adam Wimpenny- Director of Blackwood

Film, Interviews | 06/08/2014

The super natural thriller is on the surface one of the oldest and simplest genres of film- the classic ghost story style ‘who done it’ we all like to get our teeth into but in reality one of the hardest to master. To be successful it requires perfectly timed techniques of chill, suspense, twist and …keep reading