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I'm a copywriter with a passion for film and screenwriting. I love most film genres but especially thrillers, science fiction, movies based on classic literature and films that can't be pigeon-holed.

Actors often become typecast in certain roles, but here are some performances where they took a chance to do something remarkable instead.

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The Art Of Turning Places Into Characters

Settings are often so integral to a film that they can become as important as characters themselves; here are five prominent examples.

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Actor Profile: Riz Ahmed

Riz Ahmed is not only a great actor, but also a musician and a widely-known activist; here is a rundown of his career so

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City of Tiny Lights: Will it inspire a new breed of British noir?

City of Tiny Lights reflects urban British society as it really is, with culturally diverse characters and communities at its heart.

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BFI Film Academy Programme: 3 Short Films By Young Up-And-Coming Filmmakers In The UK

We got a glimpse of three beautifully inventive and genuinely moving short films made by the 18 teenagers in the BFI Film Academy programme.

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THE HARD STOP: A Triumph Of Humanity (& Interview With Director Amponsah)

I was lucky enough to get the chance to interview The Hard Stop's director, George Amponsah, producer, Dionne Walker and co-star Marcus Knox-Hooke, recently, before watching

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Elliot Grove

Elliot Grove’s life should be made into a film, virtual reality’s going to be the next big thing and Sacha Baron Cohen hasn’t always

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Joy

Joy has certainly split the critics – but I didn’t know that when I went to see it. I like going to see films

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As Oscar Wilde said, life imitates art far more than art imitates life, and that’s certainly true when it comes to Carey Mulligan’s recent

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A Simple Life

My home city of Nottingham recently hosted its first International Microfilm Festival, and through my day job, I was involved with one of the

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