Posts Tagged ‘Interview’

Rosamund Pike: From Bond Girl to Naive Terrorist

2018/05/15

(Guardian Film) – Kate Connolly:

Entebbe sees Rosamund Pike play Brigitte Kuhlmann, who held 248 passengers hostage on an Air France flight in 1976.

Next up she plays the war reporter Marie Colvin, and then the pioneering physicist and chemist Marie Curie. …

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Entebbe, 2018 film

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Charlotte Church

2018/04/29

(Guardian Music) – Emine Saner:

Famous since she was 11, the singer has endured constant condescension and press intrusion. But, she says, it has only strengthened her, her music, and her increasingly outspoken politics. …

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Charlotte Church

50 Years of 2001: A Space Odyssey

2018/04/03

(Guardian::Film) – Phil Hoad:

As Stanley Kubrick’s monolithic movie celebrates its half century, special effects gurus, directors and those who worked on the film consider its legacy. …

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Star Child from 2001: A Space Odyssey

The Radical Imagination of Eve Ewing

2018/03/26

(The Intercept) – Jeremy Scahill:

Dr. Eve Ewing is much more than just an artist. She’s a sociologist of education and a writer from Chicago. Her research has focused on racism, social inequality, urban policy, and the impact of these forces on American public schools and the lives of young people.

She has a new book out called, “Electric Arches,” which explores these issues by blending stark realism with the surreal and fantastic. It’s a beautiful collection of Eve’s poetry, essays, and visual art. …

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Eve Ewing: Electric Arches

Shakespeare And Politics

2018/03/19

(Guardian Stage) – Mark Lawson:

Yanis Varoufakis, the Greek former finance minister talks about the lessons politicians could learn from Shakespeare. …

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Macbeth

A Wrinkle in Time

2018/03/17

(Guardian::Film) – Hadley Freeman:

Oprah Winfrey is perhaps the biggest draw in Ava DuVernay’s film adaptation of the children’s classic – but behind the scenes it’s the noticeably diverse cast and crew that make this film stand out. …

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A Wrinkle in Time, 2018 film

Frank Turner

2018/03/15

(Patheos::ATP) – Jonathan MS Pearce:

I have featured Frank Turner on a couple of posts, mainly due to his rousing hymn to atheism, Glory Hallelujah. It’s incredible to think that some 12,000 people are singing the words “there is no God” in unison.

Frank is a local artist to me – we hail from the same county (Hampshire) in the south of the UK. I recently managed to get a little interview over the interweb with him. Enjoy! …

Frank Turner: Be More Kind

How we made “2001: A Space Odyssey”

2018/03/13

(Guardian::Film) – Phil Hoad:

Rock Hudson walked out of the premiere, Hal was originally a cockney, and Stanley Kubrick used one of the model spaceships to pay his daughter’s tutor … the makers of the sci-fi classic share their memories. …

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2001: A Space Odyssey, 1968 film

Dirty Money

2018/02/04

(Guardian Film) – Killian Fox:

The documentary-maker Alex Gibney on his new Netflix series, Trump’s trail of slime and how tennis keeps him sane …

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Netflix: Dirty Money

Hayley Atwell

2018/01/29

(Guardian Film) – Michael Hogan:

The actress talks about her return to the stage as a Wall Street villain, her debt to Emma Thompson and why she wouldn’t work with Woody Allen again. …

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Hayley Atwell: Dry Powder