Tag: Judi Dench

BROOKE SHIELDS ON LIFE AND WHAT MAKES A LEGEND – EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Brooke Shields is well known for a number of high-profile touchstones, including but not limited to playing a child prostitute in 1978’s Pretty Baby; 1980s erotic coming-of-age film The Blue Lagoon; the romantic drama Endless Love; not to mention those Calvin Klein ads and that Vogue cover, which, at fourteen, made her the youngest model…

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LEADING LADIES – LEGENDARY ISSUE 7

Much like the world of art and literature, the world of cinema appearance as a rainbow-flag-wielding protestor outside the gates would be nothing without its female muse to inspire and admire. With hollywood’s cutthroat environment making it an immensely challenging industry in which to succeed, it takes a special talent, irrespective of gender, to break…

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RAM SHERGILL @ STORY LTD – MUMBAI – AUGUST 12 – 25

Ram Shergill - Kaleidoscope StoryLTD Industry Manor 3rd Floor Prabhadevi Mumbai 400 025 August 12th - 25th Since childhood Ram Shergill was destined to be a photographer "My passion for photography first emerged when I was about six years old, my brother bought a camera, and he was playing with filters etc, and I got…

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WINNERS FROM THE 2014 ACADEMY AWARDS

Last night, The Oscars gave us thrills and chills as newcomer Lupita Nyong'o was honored for her work in 12 Years a Slave, as Jared Leto and Matthew McConaughey both won for their work in Dallas Buyers Club and as the best in the business gathered to bask in the wonderful work that cinema has produced over the…

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2014 OSCAR NOMINEES! CAST YOUR VOTE!

From scintillating stories of 1970s con artists to cruel tales of pre-Civil War slavery, the past year proved to be a wonderful year for film lovers. Ticket holders were treated to Martin Scorsese's corporate greed-driven The Wolf of Wall Street, David O. Russell's star-studded crime flick American Hustle, Steve McQueen's epic historical drama 12 Years a Slave, and many…

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PHILOMENA – BASED ON A TRUE STORY

Few sentences inspire less confidence than “based on real events.” The second these four words crawl across a title card it becomes clear that the film has something to defend. In Philomena’s case it’s a shield for craftless, naked, emotional manipulation. Philomena is the herald of Oscar season, when the pretense of heart and wit…

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