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Jun 18

Free Creativity 2013 eBook

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Our second free eBook is based on our popular article series from last year. Updated for 2013, this 22 page guide tells you everything you need to know to get started with 5 popular creative programs that …

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Jun 17

Matt’s Film Soundtrack of the Week (17th June) – Misery

Second only to The Shining in the canon of Stephen King film adaptations, Misery tells the story of a writer who is rescued from a car crash by his “number one fan”, a psychotic nurse who then holds him prisoner until he writes a new ending for one of his books. Aside from some ankle and …

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Jun 15

This Week’s Film News

Alice In Wonderland; further installments will contain at least 20% more weird

 

LMS brings you the biggest movie industry news from the past week, in brief.

Hanks and Tykwer Reunite

Tom Hanks is set to rejoin Cloud Atlas director Tom Tykwer in an adaptation of Dave Eggers’ “A Hologram For The King”. While the project doesn’t yet have any funding, it is sure to be …

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Jun 08

This Week’s Film News

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LMS brings you the biggest movie industry news from the past week, in brief.

Now You See Me

Appearing in theatres next month, from Louis Leterrier, Now You See Me will star Jesse Eisenberg as part of a team of illusionists who commit crimes (including a massive bank robbery) as part of their act, handing …

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Jun 03

Matt’s Film Soundtrack of the Week (3rd June) – The King’s Speech

"Not bad Lionel.... could do with a bit more bass on the left channel."

The King’s Speech is not nearly as dull a film as its premise might suggest. Aside from being a uniquely-made historical take on the events of George VI’s life, it is also a simple and powerful drama that gets into the skin of its the main character, his highness. The music is very, very well-equipped to …

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Jun 01

This Week’s Film News

Bond director Sam Mendes with evil villain Javier Bardem

LMS brings you the biggest movie industry news from the past week, in brief.

Mendes Back For More Bond?

After a list of high profile directors including Christopher Nolan (see last week’s news) were rumoured to be in line to take control of the next Bond movie, it seems that Skyfall director Sam Mendes

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May 30

5 Movies to look out for in June 2013

I’ll start by saying that some of you may have noticed that things have been a little quiet on the LMS front over recent weeks and while we apologise for this, it has been due to necessary, unavoidable commitments. Have no fear however, because throughout the summer months, this film blog will be as busy …

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May 25

This Week’s Film News

LMS brings you the biggest movie industry news from the past week, in brief.

The World’s End

Hitting cinemas next month is the latest installment from the Wright/Pegg/Frost team behind Sean Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz, bombastically titled The World’s End. The movie’s recently released trailer sets up the premise of a …

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May 20

Matt’s Film Soundtrack Of The Week (20th May) – Synecdoche, New York

Synecdoche, New York is made of the stuff that even film bloggers don’t understand (including us). It is a decidedly ‘multiple viewings needed’ film about a playwright, Caden Cotard, injecting his existential fears about death and loneliness into an increasingly large-scale autobiographical play, within which the same character puts on the same play, within which……

This …

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May 18

This Week’s Film News

LMS brings you the biggest movie industry news from the past week, in brief.

 

Vaughn and Ferrell in Daddy’s Home

Comedy stars Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrell are reuniting to star in a film entitled ‘Daddy’s Home’. While very little is known about the film at this point, it is believed that Ferrell will …

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