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Month: August 2017

#TBB10 Gets to the ‘Dead Truth’ with Filmmaker Josh Burton

Josh Burton is the man behind, ‘the world’s first entirely one man made cinematically released film.’

Burton’s one-man-made independent feature length film The Dead Truth, which he wrote, produced, filmed, directed, edited, and acted in, by himself, will bring you a literal roomful of continuous drama, as well as a light touch of humour, all through a spiral of deceit and compelling storytelling.

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Iconic London Restaurant ‘The Ivy’ Still In Safe Hands With Exec Chef Gary Lee In Its Centenary Year!

Gary Lee is the executive chef at one of London’s most iconic and sought-after restaurants – The Ivy, on the Covent Garden/Cambridge Circus border. The Chingford native was busy being mediocre in art at school, when some friends suggested he join them in home economics. He finished top of the class and never looked back.

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60% #OutOf100: Boyega Underused in Bigelow & Boal’s Baffling “Detroit”

Detroit, set in July 1967, 24 years after the Detroit race riots of 1943, begins when an African American detective, Officer Frank (Chris Chalk), leads the raid of an overcrowded ‘blind pig’ (illegal club lock-in) on 12th Street, organised to celebrate the safe return of two African American war veterans. Someone from the growing crowd of onlookers hurls a petrol bomb towards the authorities, triggering civil unrest, looting and vandalism across 100 square blocks of the poorest African American neighbourhoods. It lasts five days. A day later, we meet Officers Philip Krauss (Will Poulter), Demens (Jack Reynor) and Flynn...

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70% #OutOf100 – ‘Everything, Everything’ Starring Amandla Stenberg Is a Sweet YA Film Not for Parents

So this film is not, I repeat NOT for parents. It’s also not for film critics, thinking critically. For Everything, Everything you need to suspend a few things. Adapted from the popular YA novel of the same name by Nicola Yoon, Everything, Everything tells the tale of Maddy (Amandla Stenberg) a smart, curious and imaginative 18-year-old who is unable to leave the protection of the hermetically-sealed environment within her house because of an illness. Olly (Nick Robinson) is the boy next door who won’t let that stop them from being together. Gazing through windows and talking only through texts, Maddy and...

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