Tuesday, 31 January 2012

A Dangerous Method Gala Premiere

Premiere Scene’s Claire and Anthony Bueno were psyched up and raring to interview the stars of David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method as they opened up about their experience working on the film. On the Premiere Scene couch, more commonly known in our circles as the red carpet Keira Knightley spoke of her admiration for Sabina Spielrein; Viggo Mortensen explained how with the help of Cronenberg  he embodied Sigmund Freud and Michael Fassbender who plays Carl Jung reveals how he enjoyed  learning how to sail!






Viggo Mortensen



A DANGEROUS METHOD
opens across the UK and Ireland
Friday 10th February 2012














Michael Fassbender


During the 55th BFI London Film FestivalPremiere Scene's William McLaughlan and Anthony Bueno were at the Press Conference and Premiere to delve deeper into the films development with the outstanding cast and crew including writer Christopher Hampton, director David Cronenberg, producer Jeremy Thomas and actors Michael Fassbender (Carl Jung) , Viggo Mortensen (Sigmund Freud) and Keira Knightley (Sabina Spielrein). As they showcase the film that delves deeper into the birth of psychoanalysis; A Dangerous Method.







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Monday, 30 January 2012

This Means War UK Premiere

Premiere Scenes Claire and Anthony Bueno were ready for some high impact interviews as they attend the UK Premiere of This Means War. Director McG shares with us what he loved about the script, Star Trek actor Chris Pine tells us how he and Tom Hardy built their chemistry preparing for their roles and find out what Oscar winning actress Reese Witherspoon what she enjoyed about working with her hunky leading men.

THIS MEANS WAR is released nationwide 
Friday 2nd March 2012



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Tuesday, 24 January 2012

The Woman In Black World Premiere

Jane Goldman
The resurrection of Hammer continues to delight audiences as they bring horror to a new generation of movie goers with their latest spine chiller The Woman In Black. At the World Premiere, Premiere Scene’s Claire & Anthony Bueno caught up with The Woman in Black herself Liz White and fellow cast member Shaun Dooley. Screenwriter Jane Goldman shares with us her process of breaking down the Susan Hill book to a screenplay, director James Watkins speaks of the maturity of his leading man and actor Harry Potter star himself Daniel Radcliffe tells us how this role has helped him evolve as an actor.







Daniel Radcliffe

The Woman In Black reaches UK cinemas 10th February, 2012

CiarĂ¡n Hinds



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Saturday, 21 January 2012

32nd London Film Critics Circle Awards 2012

Carey Mulligan
Michael Smiley
Luc Roeg

Jeremy Irvine
Premiere Scene’s Claire & Anthony Bueno had high expectations for 32nd London Film Critics Circle Awards in aid of their charity partner, the BFI Archive and they weren’t disappointed when  they caught up with nominees Luc Roeg,  Producer (We Need To Talk About Kevin); Michael Smiley, Best Supporting Actor (Kill List); Jean Dujardin, Actor of the Year, (The Artist); Lynne Ramsay and Rory Kinnear, Director of the Year (We Need To Talk About Kevin); Michel Hazanavicius, Director of the year, Screenwriter of the Year (The Artist); Jeremy Irvine, Young British Performer of the Year (War Horse); Craig Roberts and Yasmin Paige, Young British Performer of the year (Submarine); Asif Kapadia, Documentary of the year (Senna)






 
Michael Fassbender

Kenneth Branagh
 
Olivia Coleman

 Premiere Scene’s Claire & Anthony Bueno caught up with the worthy 32nd London Film Critics Circle Award winners Kenneth Branagh - Best Supporting Actor (My week with Marilyn); Andrew Haigh - Breakthrough British Filmmaker (Weekend); Michael Fassbender - British Actor of the Year (Shame & A Dangerous Method; Craig Roberts - Young British Performer of the Year (Submarine); Olivia Colman - British Actress of the Year (The Iron Lady, Tyrannosaur), Donald Sutherland - Presenting Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Cinema Award to Nicolas Roeg,  Lynne Ramsay - British Film of the Year  (We Need To Talk About Kevin), Michel Hazanavicius - Film of the Year, Director of the Year & Jean Dujardin - Actor of the Year (The NSET VIDE HEREArtist);  Asif Kapadia & his winning team - Documentary of the Year (Senna)





Michel Hazanavicius
Jean Dujardin






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