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The Maggie is a Scottish sailing vessel known as a puffer boat. In laymans terms it means that the puffer is a floating rust bucket and one that no one in their right mind would use as a frieght ship. Well that is until an American businessman Calvin B. Marshall employs a desperate agent Mr Pusey [...]
‘Narrative art, as you well know, is dead. We’re mourning it.’ The exact circumstances of the death of outspoken, fiercely talented director, actor and poet Pier Paolo Pasolini remain unconfirmed, and no amount of artistic speculative inquiry can change that. Abel Ferrara – something of an heir to Pasolini in terms of the magnitude of [...]
Summer Love Weekend 27, 28 & 29 Aug at The British Museum Following on from our preview listing yesterday, FRR are happy to announce we have some tickets to give away to the screenings! Enjoy sunset screenings of three classic films, which memorably evoke the heady promise of summer love. A Room with a View [...]
Recently we had a chance to chat with the director of The New Girlfriend, François Ozon and lead actor, Romain Duris about what it was like to step into a pair of high heels.
May 8th, 20:45 BFI Southbank – Belvedere Road, South Bank, London SE1 8XT + Q&A with Amélie Ravalec and Travis Collins DJ sets at BFI’s Benugo bar after the screening The world premiere of the highly anticipated music documentary Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay will take place at BFI Southbank on Friday 8 May. [...]
Set in 1969 in a rural British girls’ school, The Falling explores what lies behind a mysterious fainting and twitching outbreak that rapidly spreads amongst the pupils.