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Friday, 08 May 2015 07:25

Game of Thrones: Readers or Viewers?

The release of a new season of Game of Thrones brought a heated discussion about who has the upper hand – readers or viewers. Fortunately, we will face the opportunity to find out the score of the battle. Clearly, the TV show creators won’t leave G.R.Martin’s original book plot intact. For those who had never laid eyes on Martin’s books, it is quite exciting to learn what happens in season 5.

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The rich cultural diversity of the European Union and its Member States will be on display in its myriad hues at the 20th European Union Film Festival that begins in Chennai on 31 March.

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In partnership with Sony UK Limited, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts will open this year’s festival with a screening of Hitchcock’s silent film The Lodger accompanied by a live orchestra. Activity continues over the weekend with exclusive Q&As with acclaimed filmmakers Richard Curtis (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill, Love Actually), Shane Meadows and Mark Herbert (This is England, Dead Man’s Shoes). All films will be shown using Sony’s top-ofthe-range technology.

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The Chelsea Film Festival (CFF) announces today that it will hold its second edition in New York from October 16th-19th 2014 at the SVA Theater.CFF was founded by actresses Ingrid & Sonia Jean-Baptiste

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Wednesday, 16 October 2013 18:21

Redford versus the elements

Would you dare to embark on a lonely cruise across the Indian Ocean, with a boat as your only companion? Many would consider this idea suicide, but not the hero of the film ‘All Is Lost’. However, will it pay off for him in the end?

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