1. Who Killed British Cinema? Official Trailer #1 (2014) - Documentary HD


    from Quota Films Limited / Added

    A feature length documentary about the real state of the British film industry in relation to UK structures past, present and currently for the future. This film exposes the shocking truths about the UK Governments’ will to grow an indigenous British film industry, the legacy and testament of the now closed UK Film Council (UKFC), the current British Film Institute and the new Creative England. Purely in respect of the public money spent, this film challenges the notion that art is unquantifiable, highlights the question of the ‘jobs for the boys’ culture that exists in Britain, and questions the importance of a sustainable indigenous film culture that truly reflects Britain and which can be sold all over the World. The lack of any vertically integrated studio set up in Britain, the tax incentives for filmmakers alongside the virtual print fees are just some of the arguments put forward in this analysis, until the final revelation of why Britain does not want a film industry!

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    • Three Brothers Press Clip 1


      from LE BUREAU FILMS / Added

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      A clip from the BAFTA nominated short, Three Brothers, Directed by Aleem Khan, produced by Matthieu de Braconier and Stephanie Paeplow. © The Bureau

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      • Still Alice UK trailer - in cinemas nationwide 6 March


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        At age fifty, Alice Howland (Julianne Moore) has it all: a Columbia University linguistics professorship, a devoted husband, and three loving children. Her life is a whirlwind of work and family, and she thrives on it. But, while lecturing at UCLA, something unexpected happens: mid-sentence, she struggles to find a word. Though a seemingly innocuous relapse, the incident leads to a diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer's disease, a stunning realisation that sees the bonds between Alice and her family thoroughly tested. Based on Lisa Genova’s 2009 novel of the same name, Still Alice is a frightening, heartbreaking, but ultimately inspiring drama featuring an astonishing Oscar and BAFTA-winning performance from Julianne Moore. Still Alice opens in cinemas nationwide on 6 March - visit http://www.StillAlice.co.uk for more information. https://www.facebook.com/StillAliceFilm https://www.twitter.com/StillAlice #StillAlice

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        • #BAFTATea: 16


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          You're 16. You want to be an actor or a filmmaker. Your teacher tells you 'try something more realistic - very few people get to be filmmakers'. Your parents ask you 'are you sure? Wouldn't you rather be an astronaut, a professional basketball player or a United States Postal Worker?' Why are you listening to your teachers and parents? Listen, instead, to the best in our business as they give advice to their sixteen year-old selves. Thanks to Henry Cavill, Dominic Cooper, James Corden, Karen David, Carmen Ejogo, Ted Melfi, Eddie Redmayne and Morten Tyldum.

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          • Meet The Commissioners : Specialist Factual session


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            A live mix of a session from the Televisual Factual Festival 2014. The panel includes Tom McDonald, Head of Commissioning for Science and Natural History, BBC, John Hay, Commissioning Editor, Arts, Channel 4 and Ed Sayer, Vice President, Commissioning, National Geographic Channels International. It was chaired by Martin Durkin, Founder and CEO, Wag TV.

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            • The Big Debate : Diversity


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              A vibrant debate from the Televisual Factual Festival 2014, discussing all aspects of diversity in TV. The panel is: Stuart Murphy, Director, Sky Entertainment channels Aaqil Ahmed, Commissioning Editor, Religion and Head of Religion and Ethics, BBC Simone Pennant, Founder/Director, The TV Collective Ralph Lee, Chief Creative Officer, Channel 4 Simon Albury, Chair, Campaign for Broadcasting Equality CIO The chair is Lucy Pilkington, Executive Producer, LPT Films

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              • #BAFTATea: Moving to LA


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                BAFTA Los Angeles is naturally filled with British expats, all of whom have experienced the surprisingly tough transition from blighty to La La Land. So we asked attendees of our 2015 BAFTA Tea Party to tell us what they wish they had known before coming to Los Angeles for the first time and what advice they would give someone making the leap from Europe or from the rest of the US. Thanks to Jamie Dornan, Rosamund Pike, Felicity Jones, James Corden, Dominic Cooper, Gina Rodriguez, Theodore Melfi, Damien Chazelle, Miles Teller, Carmen Ejogo and Henry Cavill for their participation. If you're a Brit considering moving to Los Angeles, BAFTA LA can help you! Check out info on our Newcomers program: http://www.bafta.org/los-angeles/events-initiatives/supporting-talent/newcomers-program And if you want to study in the US, you may be eligible for our Scholarships: http://www.bafta.org/los-angeles/events-initiatives/supporting-talent/scholarship-program

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                • #BAFTATea: Tea-Making Masterclass


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                  We asked many questions of our attendees of the 2015 BAFTA Tea Party, but few elicited such lengthy and considered responses as: 'How do you make the perfect cup of tea?' Thanks to Matthew Beard, Henry Cavill, Dominic Cooper, James Corden, Cara Delevingne, Jamie Dornan, Carmen Ejogo, Felicity Jones, Rosamund Pike and Eddie Redmayne for their sterling advice. How do YOU make your perfect cup of tea?

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                  • Fixing Luka (2011)


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                    Lucy thinks her brother, Luka, is broken. His obsessive, meticulous, infuriating arrangements of sugar cubes and thimbles prove it. Lucy thinks he should be fixed, but not in the way she imagines... A stop-motion short, inspired from my experiences of growing up with a younger brother with autism. Supported by UK Film Council, BBC Scotland, Creative Scotland and DigiCult. AWARDS Best Animation at the 2011 BAFTA in Scotland Awards Best Original Music at the 2011 New Talent BAFTAs Best Animation, Best Visual Effects and Film of the Night at the 2011 Limelight Awards Official festival selection include 2011 Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2011 Soho Rushes Shorts Festival, 2011 Encounters Film Festival, 2011 Glasgow Short Film Festival, 2012 London Short Film Festival - http://fixingluka.co.uk/festivals Read an interview with me about the film, over at the wonderful Director's Notes - http://www.directorsnotes.com/2015/01/19/jessica-ashman-fixing-luka/ See the trailer here! - https://vimeo.com/52785671 More details to be found on my website http://www.jessla.co.uk/Fixing-Luka Making of photos here! - http://fixingluka.co.uk/making-of Or like it on Facebook! - https://www.facebook.com/FixingLuka DigiCult website - www.digicult.co.uk CREDITS Written, Animated & Directed by Jessica Ashman Produced by Anna Odell Executive Producers - Julia Caithness, Becky Lloyd, David Smith, Paul Welsh Director of Photography: Ruan Suess Original Score Composed by Pete MacDonald Head of Design & Model Making: Judith Johnston Editor: Rachel Tunnard CGI Lead: James Houston Story Development: Paul Welsh & Rosie Crerar Pixilation Animators: Nicola Welbourne & Simon Doolan Senior Modelmakers: Wendy Cairns & Gary Loughran Modelmakers: Nicola Welbourne, Joanne Ferrie, Luisa Cocozza, Karen Hall, Elizabeth Edgar, Susan McCoomb, Claire Thacker Digital Artist: Claire Thacker Carpenter: Frazer Fyfe Dubbing Mixer: Romano Valerio at 422 Musicians: Emily Carr, Rory Clark, Susan Appelbe, Graeme Black, Gillian Fleetwood, Fergus MacDonald, Pete MacDonald, Cameron Maxwell Colourist & Online: Tom Balkwill at Dirty Looks Equipment Supplied by Kolik Project Producer: Ciara Barry Project Co-ordinator: Ashley Black

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                    • The Wooden House


                      from Hannah / Added

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                      A short documentary about Wesley West, a sculptor and model maker based in Cambridge.

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