Thursday, 19 December 2013

The Harry Hill Movie - World Premiere interviews inc Harry Hill, Julie Walters & Sheridan Smith

There were plenty of laughs to be had at the World Premiere of The Harry Hill Movie and Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Anthony Bueno had an open mike ready to interview Harry Hill, Julie Walters, Sheridan Smith, Jim Broadbent, Julian Barratt, folk group The Magic Numbers and director Steve Bendelack. Join us as we ask Harry Hill about performing on film instead of TV;  Julie Walters about her roller coaster experience; Sheridan Smith playing Hill’s love interest; Jim Broadbent about this unique comedy; Julian Barratt about his method approach to performing as a Shell King and The Magic Numbers about writing and performing in a comedy.


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British Cinema Classic, Tom Jones, Celebrates 50th Anniversary

 Starring: Albert Finney, Susannah York, George Devine, Rachel Kempson, Angela Baddeley
Feature Running Time:  121 minutes
Certificate: PG

One of the greatest British films of all time, Tony Richardson’s, Academy Award© winning, TOM JONES, starring Albert Finney, celebrates its 50th anniversary.

The 1963 British film was a critically acclaimed box office hit.  Tom Jones went on to win four Academy Awards for Best Picture, Director, Screenplay, and Original Score and is still upheld as a landmark piece of British filmmaking.  It’s director, Tony Richardson was voted by the BFI as one of the greatest British filmmakers of the Twentieth Century. Richardson’s illustrious body of work includes the ground-breaking and genre defining titles: Look Back in Anger; Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner; A Taste of Honey and The Entertainer starring Laurence Olivier in one of his most powerful performances. These cinematic gems are all part of the classic Woodfall Film Library.
TOM JONES is an adaptation of Henry Fielding's classic novel and is a rousing, bawdy comedy about a young man's ribald adventures in 18th-century England, Albert Finney is splendidly hilarious in the title role of a charming womanizer. An international hit, the film was written by acclaimed playwright, John Osborne and noted for its unusual comic style often breaking the forth wall to include the audience.  For the 1989 reissue/restoration, the director trimmed approx. 7 minutes from the original.

Woodfall Film Productions were synonymous with the new British cinema of the sixties, pioneers of the new ‘Kitchen Sink’ dramas and launched the careers of some of the best British actors and directors of our time.

Tom Jones is available to rent or buy on iTunes and distributed by MGM.

Sunday, 15 December 2013

Walking With Dinosaurs: The 3D Movie - interviews inc Amanda Hill and UK celebrities John Craven, Bill Bailey, Harry Hickles & Kevin Adams.

At the Gala Screening of Walking With Dinosaurs - The 3D Movie Premiere Scene’s Andy Oliver and Anthony Bueno were talking the talk and not walking the walk with the film’s producer Amanda Hill and UK celebrities John Craven, Bill Bailey, Harry Hickles and Kevin Adams. Join us as we ask Amanda Hill how they created the animation that sees for the first time we see dinosaurs emoting expressions and we ask John Craven, Bill Bailey, Harry Hickles and Kevin Adams about our love of dinosaurs.

will be released across the UK and Ireland from the 
20th December 2013

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Tuesday, 10 December 2013

16th Moët BIFA Awards 2013 Highlights


The Moët British Independent Film Awards (MBIFA) was certainly the place to be on Sunday 8th December as we celebrate the beauty and creativity of Indi Filmmaking. Here are some of the highlights of the Premiere Scene interviews.


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Wednesday, 4 December 2013

The Railway Man - UK Premiere interviews include Colin Firth and Jeremy Irvine

Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Anthony Bueno were on the right track as they interview actors Colin Firth, Jeremy Irvine, Sam Reid, Tanroh Ishida, director Jonathan Teplitzky, producer Bill Curbishley, screenwriter Frank Cottrell Boyce and prisoner of war veteran Eric Adie at the UK Premiere of The Railway Man. Join us as we were honoured to ask Eric Adie about what it was like to forcibly work on Thai / Burma railway during World War II; Colin Firth about the theme of forgiveness; Jeremy Irvine about capturing Eric Lomax and Colin Firth’s mannerisms; Sam Reid about the depth of his research into Death Railway; Tanroh Ishida about how he approached his part; Frank Cottrell Boyce about how he adapted Lomax’s book;  Jonathan Teplitzky about how the performances  emotionally affected him during filming and Bill Curbishley about how this is a story that should never be forgotten.
THE RAILWAY MAN is released in cinemas across the UK and Ireland on 
1 January, 2014.
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Monday, 2 December 2013

Homefront - Gala Screening interviews Tamer Hassan, Ianthe Rose Cochrane-stack and Wretch 32.

At the Gala Screening of Jason Statham’s new movie Homefront and we spoken to some more home grown talent including Tamer Hassan, Ianthe Rose Cochrane-stack and Wretch 32 who where all looking forward to the film. Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Anthony Bueno interview Tamer Hassan about his new role in Dracula, Ianthe Rose Cochrane-stack and Wretch 32 about what we love about the action hero.


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Photographer Campbell Mitchell launches VIVA, his first solo photographic exhibition in London, at the Rich Mix Arts Centre on December 5th, celebrating both the glitz and glamour of the UK Elvis Tribute Artists and the staggering impact that Elvis Presley continues to have upon us, thirty six years after his death.
Presented by London’s leading film school, the London Film Academy, with whom Campbell has a long-standing relationship, VIVA showcases the devotion and obsession of Elvis fans and their musical tribalism that has become a religion. The photographs detail the mania of fans at the Elvis Tribute events and, exclusively reveal homes of some of the most obsessive fans in the country – people who have turned their entire houses into shrines to their idol.
Campbell spent many nights documenting various Elvis Tribute Acts – attending the Elvis Four Nations competition and following one of the biggest ETAs - the consummate former World Champion Elvis Tribute Act, Mr. Johnny Lee Memphis. The resulting images are of performers in full flight, in custom-made costumes – channelling the power and pomp of one of the twentieth century’s most electrifying and charismatic stage performers.  It was during these concerts that the focus of VIVA began to shift has Campbell spent more and more time with the fans.
The final piece of VIVA focuses on the vast merchandising industry that keeps Elvis near the top of the show business earnings list decades after his death.  This stream of novelty items and memorabilia is bought by obsessive fans, desperate to get close to the object of their devotion.  The photographs show a distorted and nakedly commercial side to the King’s legacy.

Viva runs from 6th- 29th December at the RichMix Gallery, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA.