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Following up his 2010 drama MAN AT BAT, prolific French director Christophe Honoré plumps for something a little sweeter with BELOVED.
Given the honour of closing the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, Honoré's eighth feature pays homage to French musical comedies of the 1960s. The ever sublime Catherine Deneuve (POTICHE) takes the lead alongside her daughter Chiara Mastroianni as an ageing former prostitute recalling her wild heyday in 1960s Paris.
Spanning four decades, the film weaves together an intricate patchwork of historical events which backdrop the main characters' journeys. Like H…
\r\nPicturehouse at FACT are thrilled to announce the screening of three operas from the Glyndebourne Festival this summer.\r\n If you don’t know already, the Glyndebourne is an opera house in the Sussex countryside and is recognised globally as one of the great opera houses. The Glyndebourne Festival is a massive event, running from May – August each year with a programme of 6 operas and a total audience of over 85,000. Opera Director, Michael Grandage rightly says that “the Glyndebourne is for people who love opera or for people who want to get to love opera”.In…
AND 2011 brings together a vast range of artists who make it their job to question our beliefs in a time where it has never been more relevant as belief systems around the world seem to be in collapse. The line up is as varied as it is thought provoking. From David Shrigley giving people tattoos on Bold Street, to Brody Condon's Level Five performance that will push the boundaries of self-actualization, and AND 2011 is full of extraordinary experieces.
Celebrating young filmmaking talent in Merseyside. Every year Freehand celebrate the superb young filmmaking talent in Merseyside by curating and hosting Young Liverpool Film Night. A platform for young people to show off their filmmaking skills, this year's competition and event were themed around Imagination, and we invited young people to submit their short films. These films were then judged by Freehanders and a shortlist was created.The whole event is run by Freehand and is always a really exciting event for everyone involved.
The shortlist was screened on the night and four prizes wer…