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Wamg Giveaway – Win the Free Fire Blu-ray

Free Fire crosses the irreverent cheekiness of Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs with the ruthless spirit of 1970s B-Movies” — Variety

From Executive Producer Martin Scorsese Comes the Bloodiest Shootout of the Year Starring Armie Hammer, Cillian Murphy, and Oscar® Winner Brie Larson was released on Blu-ray™ & DVD on July 18.

Now you can own the Free Fire Blu-ray. We Are Movie Geeks has Four copies to give away. All you have to do is leave a comment answering this question: What is your favorite movie starring Brie Larson? (mine is Kong Skull Island!). It’s so easy!

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The bold action thriller, Free Fire, arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD) and DVD July 18 from Lionsgate. Winner of the People
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Free Fire – Starring Brie Larson and Armie Hammer – Arrives on Blu-ray and DVD July 18

Free Fire crosses the irreverent cheekiness of Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs with the ruthless spirit of 1970s B-Movies” — Variety

From Executive Producer Martin Scorsese Comes the Bloodiest Shootout of the Year Starring Armie Hammer, Cillian Murphy, and Oscar® Winner Brie Larson on Blu-ray™ & DVD on July 18

The bold action thriller, Free Fire, arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD) and DVD July 18 from Lionsgate. Winner of the People’s Choice Award for Midnight Madness at the Toronto International Film Festival, Free Fire is executive produced by Oscar®-winning director Martin Scorsese (Best Director, The Departed, 2006) and is directed and co-written by acclaimed filmmaker Ben Wheatley (High Rise, Kill List). The film, “a cult classic in the making” (The Film Stage) features an all-star cast including Sharlto Copley (District 9), Armie Hammer (The Social Network), Oscar® winner Brie Larson (Best Actress, Room, 2015), Golden Globe® nominee Cillian Murphy (Best Actor – Musical or Comedy,
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Ruth Negga

Until Ruth Negga was nominated for an Oscar and Golden Globe for her portrayal of Mildred Loving in the 2017 movie, Loving, you might not have known who the actress was. In fact, you may still not know who she is. Ruth Negga, who has also appeared in Iona (2015), Breakfast on Pluto (2005), and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013-2015), can currently be seen on the August 2017 cover of Town and Country, as well as on AMC’s Preacher. For anyone who is unfamiliar with this rising star, here are 5 things you didn’t know about Ruth Negga. She traveled

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Ruth Negga
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From Silent Film Icon and His Women to Nazi Era's Frightening 'Common Folk': Lgbt Pride Movie Series (Final)

From Silent Film Icon and His Women to Nazi Era's Frightening 'Common Folk': Lgbt Pride Movie Series (Final)
(See previous post: “Gay Pride Movie Series Comes to a Close: From Heterosexual Angst to Indonesian Coup.”) Ken Russell's Valentino (1977) is notable for starring ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev as silent era icon Rudolph Valentino, whose sexual orientation, despite countless gay rumors, seems to have been, according to the available evidence, heterosexual. (Valentino's supposed affair with fellow “Latin LoverRamon Novarro has no basis in reality.) The female cast is also impressive: Veteran Leslie Caron (Lili, Gigi) as stage and screen star Alla Nazimova, ex-The Mamas & the Papas singer Michelle Phillips as Valentino wife and Nazimova protégée Natacha Rambova, Felicity Kendal as screenwriter/producer June Mathis (The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse), and Carol Kane – lately of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt fame. Bob Fosse's Cabaret (1972) is notable as one of the greatest musicals ever made. As a 1930s Cabaret presenter – and the Spirit of Germany – Joel Grey was the year's Best Supporting Actor Oscar winner. Liza Minnelli
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8 Roles That Led Ruth Negga to Her First Oscar Nomination

If it feels like you've been seeing Ruth Negga's name everywhere lately, you're not alone. In January, the Ethiopian-Irish actress scored her very first Oscar nomination for her work in Loving, the incredible true story of interracial couple Mildred and Richard Loving, but she's been around for quite some time. Ruth first caught the attention of audiences everywhere in 2005 with her role in Breakfast on Pluto, and since then the 35-year-old star has been busy racking up a list of unforgettable onscreen moments. Related:The Truth About This Year's Oscar Diversity
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Ruth Negga to Receive the Rising Star Award

The fantastic Ruth Negga from "Loving" is being honored (deservingly I might add), at the upcoming Palm Springs International Film Festival! I sat down with the actress for "Loving," take a look at my interview:

And here's why you have to see "Loving":

Here's the full press release from the Palm Springs International Film Festival:

Palm Springs, CA (November 16, 2016) . The 28th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival (Psiff) will present Ruth Negga with the Rising Star Award at its annualRuth NeggaFilm Awards Gala for her performance in Loving. The Film Awards Gala, hosted by Mary Hart, will be held Monday, January 2 at the Palm Springs Convention Center. The Festival runs January 2-16.

.Ruth Negga.s performance as Mildred Loving is one of the year.s most luminous and striking portrayals,. said Festival Chairman Harold Matzner. .This timeless love story about an interracial couple reminds us of the unstoppable power
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Newswire: Liam Neeson will have a particular set of equestrian skills in The Trainer

After years of focusing on rescuing his fictional family members from bad guys, Liam Neeson is taking yet another step back into the world of prestige drama. Deadline reports that Neeson will star in The Trainer, a new movie from The Crying Game director Neil Jordan. Neeson will play a walled-off man in Ireland whose life is upended by a teenaged refugee named Nadya and a horse. The equine, called Allabelle, “is about to prove that they may all have one race left inside of them,” according to Deadline. Neeson and Jordan have worked together before on films including Breakfast On Pluto and Michael Collins.

This year sees Neeson in two non-action roles. He appears in Martin Scorsese’s highly anticipated Silence, which follows persecuted priests in Japan, and in A Monster Calls, about a boy who takes lessons from a talking tree monster—yes, Neeson—while his mother dies
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Liam Neeson reuniting with Neil Jordan for The Trainer

Liam Neeson has signed on to appear in The Trainer, which will reunite him with his High Spirits, Michael Collins and Breakfast on Pluto director Neil Jordan, who is helming the project from a script by David Donohue, James Villemaire and Todd Komarnicki (Sully).

The official synopsis for The Trainer reads:

John Moore (Neeson) is a premier race-horse trainer in the west of Ireland, who beset by tragedy, loses everything he cherishes, and almost forgets how to live. Into his life comes a teenage refugee, Nadya, who has fled her own horrors, and now finds herself in a confounding new world. Their only connection, to themselves, and ultimately to their own hearts, is a horse called Allabelle. Who is about to prove they may all still have one race left inside of them.”

Filming on The Trainer will get underway in Ireland in the summer.
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U.K. Film, TV Industry Players React to ‘Seismic’ Brexit Decision

British voters’ stunning decision to turn their backs on the European Union has left many of the country’s leading TV and film players reeling. Here, some of them reflect on the new, uncertain situation Britain now finds itself in and how it might affect the industry.

Jane Tranter’s production company Bad Wolf has a first-look deal with HBO, and is producing BBC-New Line TV series “His Dark Materials.” Previously, as a BBC senior executive, her credits included “Doctor Who” and “Da Vinci’s Demons”:

“The news is bleak. Like many I am embarrassed and ashamed of how our politicians, on all sides and all parties, have handled this referendum.

“From a practical and cultural point of view, the U.K. television industry is today steeling itself to working with Europe from a position of isolation and unknown financial future and regulation. From a creative point of view,
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Hollywood's Next Big Thing: 'Preacher' Breakout Ruth Negga Heads to Cannes With New Jeff Nichols Film

Hollywood's Next Big Thing: 'Preacher' Breakout Ruth Negga Heads to Cannes With New Jeff Nichols Film
Ruth Negga's recent rise is one of those 10-year overnight success stories. A decade before her breakout roles on AMC's new comic-book series Preacher (debuting May 22) and in Jeff Nichols' Cannes premiere Loving, the Ethiopian-Irish actress (her dad was a doctor, her mom's a nurse) caught dir­ector Neil Jordan's eye on the Dublin stage. He cast her in 2005's Breakfast on Pluto, which led to a string of small roles and now a breakthrough year that also includes Universal's June 10 debut of Warcraft. Why has it taken Hollywood so long to really discover you? I

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‘Boy Meets Girl’ Review

Stars: Michael Galante, Michelle Hendley, Jean Devereux Koester, Ethan Major, Scott Martineck, Christopher McHale, Benj Mirman, Randall Newsome, Jacob Perkins, Joseph Ricci | Written and Directed by Eric Schaeffer

My gender identity is complex, but my life experiences intersect frequently with those of trans women and it’s a category I feel proud to be partially resident in. I dress femme, I’m starting estrogen in a couple weeks, I’ve flirted with voice training, and when I go out for a walk it’s pretty solid odds that at least one passer-by is going to scream some shopworn slur at me. This review was a deeply personal experience for me, and it’s as much a breakdown of my thoughts on life as a trans person as it is a dissection of a sweet, uncomplicated rom-com.

There are several longstanding traditions in Western film and television regarding trans women. First,
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Ruth Negga Is Preacher's Tulip

Ruth Negga Is Preacher's Tulip
After years wandering the desert of development in various forms, the long-gestating adaptation of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s classic Preacher graphic novel series is finally creeping closer to reality. And while we’re still waiting to find out who will shoulder the mantle of leading man Jesse Custer, producers Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and Sam Catlin have locked in Ruth Negga to play Tulip.Negga, who has been in films such as World War Z, Breakfast On Pluto and 12 Years A Slave, might be most recognisable to comic-book fans as Raina on Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.. She’s set for Preacher as Custer’s former flame and one true love, who joins him and Irish vampire Cassidy on a mission to track down God.Custer, you see, is a handsome young Texas reverend with a dark past and a deep love of
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The State Within TV review: unknown knowns

A riveting BBC political thriller offering one of the most trenchant explorations yet of the sick symbiosis between big government and big business. I’m “biast” (pro): love Jason Isaacs and Ben Daniels

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

I wasn’t planning on writing anything about this. I only came across it on Netflix (it’s available in the U.S. and the U.K., but not Canada) because I’m crushing on Ben Daniels (just inducted into the Boyfriend Hall of Fame) and there were no Law & Order: UK reruns on at that moment and I needed a fix. And this had Jason Isaacs in it, too! Double yum.

But oh my god, now that I’ve finished all seven episodes — it’s a limited miniseries, so that’s all there will ever be — I feel like I
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Berlin Film Review: ‘Aloft’

Berlin Film Review: ‘Aloft’
Claudia Llosa expands her preoccupations with mysticism and superstition in the modern world, working her way up from a medieval-minded Andean village in “Madeinusa” to faith healing at the frigid far reaches of the Arctic Circle with “Aloft.” But this time, instead of seeming plugged into some primitive native religion, the Peruvian helmer invents a rickety belief system as a pretext for tearing it all down, botching the telling of a more satisfying character-based story in the process. Replacing melancholy muse Magaly Solier with an equally forlorn-looking international cast led by a courageous Jennifer Connelly, Llosa stands to baffle more than her usual circle of arthouse adherents with this doleful downer, snapped up by Sony Classics before its Berlinale premiere.

Chief among Llosa’s new champions is exec producer Mark Johnson, the Academy foreign-language committee chair who has made a rather controversial habit of signing talent while boosting them to
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Neil Jordan Returns To "Byzantium"-Not That He Left

Neil Jordan is the director of some of the finest films in modern history: The Crying Game, Interview With The Vampire, Breakfast on Pluto, for example. Byzantium functions as a loose pseudo-sequel to Vampire with the same level of intensity and sensuality as The Crying Game. It’s not like Jordan’s back or anything, the dude never went away, but it’s more of a return to form after the somewhat disappointing Brave One and Ondine.

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Exclusive: UK Quad Poster for Day of the Flowers

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BAFTA-winning director John Roberts (Paulie, Say Good-bye) returns behind the camera for his first feature in over a decade with Day of the Flowers, a comedy-drama telling the tale of two strong-willed Scottish sisters.

The film is heading into cinemas at the end of the month on our shores, and we’ve got the new UK quad poster to exclusively share with you before it touches down.

Two young, strong-willed Scottish sisters, one a left-wing activist, the other a born-to-shop fashionista, take their late father’s ashes to Cuba, the site of many intriguing family legends. Arriving in Havana, the two women promptly lose the ashes and go through a series of misadventures – both romantic and dangerous – to try to retrieve them, making some surprising discoveries along the way about the family ties that hold them together. Drenched in sunlight and with a fabulous Cuban soundtrack, Day Of The Flowers
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Competition: Win 'Byzantium' on Blu-ray

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From Irish director Neil Jordan comes Byzantium (2012), an intelligent, century-spanning vampire yarn starring Gemma Arterton, Saoirise Ronan, Sam Riley and Caleb Landry Jones. To celebrate the DVD and Blu-ray release of Byzantium this coming Monday (23 September), we've kindly been provided with Five exclusive steelbook copies of the film to give away, plus a StudioCanal horror bundle including Raimi's Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2, Ben Wheatley's Sightseers, Chernobyl Diaries and Australian shocker Wolf Creek. This is an exclusive competition for our Facebook and Twitter fans, so if you haven't already, 'Like' us at or follow us @CineVue before answering the question below.

In Byzantium, two mysterious women seek refuge in a run-down English coastal resort. Clara (Gemma Arterton) meets lonely Noel (Daniel Mays), who provides shelter in his deserted guest house. Schoolgirl Eleanor (Saoirse Ronan) befriends Frank (Caleb Landry Jones) and tells him their lethal secret: the pair
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Watch: 'Inception' Star Cillian Murphy's Directorial Debut, a 'Meh'-Worthy Ballet Music Video

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Watch: 'Inception' Star Cillian Murphy's Directorial Debut, a 'Meh'-Worthy Ballet Music Video
Cillian Murphy, the star of "Breakfast on Pluto" and the villain in "Inception," has fixed his piercing eyes on filming ballet. In the Irish actor's video for the British band Money's new single "Hold Me Forever," he spends a lot of time paying attention to the feet of the dancers of the English National Ballet.  The video, part of which was filmed at The Old Vic Theatre in London, marks Murphy's directorial debut. Check it out below. It's certainly a departure from his days as the haunting Scarecrow in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy:
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Saturday Shorts: ‘Not I’, directed by Neil Jordan

Today’s film is the 2000 short Not I. The film stars Julianne Moore, is based on a play by Samuel Beckett, and is directed by Neil Jordan. Jordan rose to prominence helming the 1994 Anne Rice adaptation Interview with the Vampire, going on to write and direct features such as Michael Collins and Breakfast on Pluto, before moving to television as the creator of The Borgias, on which he also wrote and directed. His latest film, Byzantium, on which he takes only directing duties, opens in limited release in American theatres this weekend.


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Neil Jordan interview: Byzantium, The Company Of Wolves, vampires

Interview James Peaty 30 May 2013 - 06:44

With his new film Byzantium out this week, Neil Jordan chats to us about vampire movies, and his career to date...

In a career spanning more than three decades, Irish writer and director Neil Jordan has created some unforgettable movies. Some, such as his adaptation of Angela Carter's The Company Of Wolves, or Mona Lisa, or The Crying Game, are cult classics.

His glossy 1994 vampire movie Interview With The Vampire was his biggest box-office hit to date, with its starry cast - including Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt - and the popularity of Anne Rice's source novels behind it.

Since then, Jordan's brought a varied range of movies to the screen, from thrillers (In Dreams, The Brave One, The Good Thief) to dramas (The End Of The Affair, Breakfast On Pluto).

Just under 20 years after Interview With The Vampire, Jordan's returned to
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