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The Silent Child Film Nominated for an Oscar 

23 Jan 18

We are overjoyed to share that the film ‘The Silent Child’ is amongst the Oscar 2018 nominees revealed today.


Events
The Shape of Water 

23 Jan 18

Sally Hawkins and Octavia Spencer in the film THE SHAPE OF WATER.


Blog feature
Cannock Chase documentary crowdfunder!!! 

22 Jan 18

Hi guys As most of you know, I’ve been researching the many paranormal and UFO sightings on Cannock Chase for many years now, and during that time, I’ve managed to compile hundreds of sighting reports and interviews that are yet to see the light of …


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Not all heroes wear capes… 

22 Jan 18

…some wear colourful branded t-shirts.


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Review: Coco 

20 Jan 18

Film Contributor Ellen Macleod is impressed by the level of cultural detail in Pixar’s latest fare: Coco The post Review: Coco appeared first on Redbrick .


News
Ross Kemp follows police to a serious incident in the Jewellery Quarter. 

19 Jan 18

Actor and Documentary maker Ross Kemp, who is currently filming a documentary about violent crime in the UK, was seen with officers from West Midlands Police in the Jewellery Quarter this afternoon (19/01).


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Review: Molly’s Game 

19 Jan 18

Film Critic Todd Waugh Ambridge is impressed by Mollys Game the directorial debut of acclaimed screenwriter, Aaron Sorkin The post Review: Molly’s Game appeared first on Redbrick .


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Review: All The Money In The World 

19 Jan 18

Featuring the unprecedented decision to swap out its starring actor at the eleventh hour, Film Critic Luis Freijo reveals whether All The Money In The World was worth the effort The post Review: All The Money In The World appeared first on Redbrick .


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Hollywood’s Diversity Dilemma 

19 Jan 18

Comment Writer Natalia Carter discusses the diversity dilemma within Hollywood and the modern film industry.


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MOVIE ROUND-UP: This Week’s New Film Releases, Fri Jan 19-Thu Jan 25 

18 Jan 18

  NEW RELEASES The Post   (12A) Some 40 years after All The President’s Men told how Washington… Read more The post MOVIE ROUND-UP: This Week’s New Film Releases, Fri Jan 19-Thu Jan 25 appeared first on Brum Notes Magazine .


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Sometimes only single-minded mavericks can succeed 

17 Jan 18

If the health police haven’t yet been alerted, they’d jolly well better be, writes Paul Dale.


Blog feature
‘I Believe’ To Be Screened At Seattle Deaf Film Festival 2018 

17 Jan 18

For those who attended Deaffest 2017 and had the opportunity to watch Deaffest’s first ever music video I Believe; we’re excited to let you know that this music video has been selected to be screened at the 4th Seattle Deaf Film Festival (SDFF).


Blog feature
Darkest Hour 

17 Jan 18

I skived off with the Godson over a long lunch to see this film as otherwise I would have missed the opportunity to see it.


Blog event
Student Ambassador Review: The Killing of a Sacred Deer 

17 Jan 18

The Killing of a Sacred Deer is Yórgos Lánthimos’ latest film, for which he was awarded Best Screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival in 2017 .


Blog event
Student Ambassador Review: The Greatest Showman 

17 Jan 18

There is a certain grandiosity in the aesthetics and tone of The Greatest of Showman , that could remind the one of The Great Gatsby , starring Leonardo DiCaprio.


Blog arts
Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 

17 Jan 18

Film Critic Matt Taylor touts Awards hopeful Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri as one of the films of the year The post Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri appeared first on Redbrick .


Event
Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars Documentary, 17 Jan 2018 – 18 Jan 2018 

16 Jan 18

17 Jan 2018 – 18 Jan 2018 – Film at Mockingbird Theatre…


Event
Prince of Nothingwood + Random Acts, 19 Jan 2018 – 22 Jan 2018 

16 Jan 18

19 Jan 2018 – 22 Jan 2018 – Film at mac Meet Salim Shaheen, the greatest movie director of all time…


News
Red carpet ready for UK premiere of Holocaust survivor’s film 

16 Jan 18

THE RED carpet is set to be rolled out for the British premiere of a critically-acclaimed documentary film by a Holocaust survivor.


Event
Van Diemen’s Land, 24 Jan 2018 

15 Jan 18

24 Jan 2018 – Film at Ikon Gallery In collaboration with Flatpack, Ikon is programming a series of film nights to coincide with the Thomas Bock and Edmund Clark exhibitions.


Blog comment
Protected: Localising Prosperity – a short film 

15 Jan 18

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Blog feature
Go Think Big 

15 Jan 18

Go Think Big is offering grants of up to £500 to support local digital social action projects to inspire young people (aged 15-24) to make a positive impact within their community.


News
WMSP Competition 

15 Jan 18

West Midland Safari Park will be holding an exclusive event in conjunction with new prehistoric film – ‘Early Man…


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Review: The Darkest Hour 

14 Jan 18

As Gary Oldman starts to receive awards-attention for his role as Winston Churchill, Film Editor Patrick Box checks out the Darkest Hour The post Review: The Darkest Hour appeared first on Redbrick .


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City boxing trainer who made a movie in a Birmingham pub scoops four awards at a film festival in Venezuela 

14 Jan 18

Sam Eggington’s trainer Jon Pegg produced The Quiet One a very British gangster tale which has swept the board at the Five Continents Film Festival in Puerto la Cruz.