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Alice Lowe, David Thewlis join Sally Hawkins in Craig Roberts’ ‘Eternal Beauty’ (exclusive)

Bankside boards sales on UK project.Alice Lowe (Prevenge) and David Thewlis (The Theory Of Everything) have joined Sally Hawkins in Craig Roberts’ Eternal Beauty ahead of production in Wales this Spring.UK sales outfit Bankside Films has taken international rights and will introduce to buyers at the European Film Market (Efm) in Berlin. Endeavour Content and […]

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‘Get Out’, ‘Call Me By your Name’ win at 2018 Writers Guild Awards

The Handmaid’s Tale takes home two prizes in TV category.Jordan Peele won best original screenplay at the 2018 Writers Guild Awards for Get Out, while James Ivory won the adapted screenplay award for Call Me by Your Name.The Writers Guild of America, West and the Writers Guild of America, East handed out the prizes at […]

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With WGA Win, ‘Get Out’ Gains Momentum Ahead of Final Oscar Balloting

It wasn’t the steam-rolling best-picture frontrunner “The Shape of Water” that claimed the Writers Guild of America’s original screenplay prize in the absence of the ineligible “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” Sunday night. It was Jordan Peele’s immensely popular horror satire “Get Out.”Peele’s work has been the all-around screenplay champ on the critics’ awards circuit […]

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WGA Awards: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Wins TV Drama Series

Hulu’s dystopian “The Handmaid’s Tale” has won the top drama series award from the Writers Guild of America.Gordon Smith won the Writers Guild of America award for best episode of a drama series for the “Chicanery” segment of AMC’s “Better Call Saul.” Tracy Poust and Jon Kinnally won the award for top comedy series award […]

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Isn’t it time disabled actors and directors were allowed to make their own films?

Sally Hawkins shines as a mute woman in Guillermo del Toro’s Oscar hopeful The Shape of Water. But imagine if cinema actually opened up to film-makers with disabilitiesThe Oscar frontrunner The Shape of Water is being hailed as a breakthrough in the cinematic presentation of disabled characters. Its protagonist, Elisa, played by Sally Hawkins, is […]

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