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Something in the Air Review

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In a similar vein to his most recent project Carlos, renowned French filmmaker Olivier Assayas returns with Something in the Air, yet again proving his distinct talent for placing the viewer in a particular period, and immersing us within this world unbeknown to our own, as a director who has a real knack for finding […]



London Critics’ Circle Film Awards 2011 – The Winners

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Tonight saw the fall of the 31st Critics’ Circle Film Awards, which was held for the first time at London’s BFI Southbank. Our full report will be online later today with all the red carpet gossip and winner’s reactions. Want to see Danny Boyle advertising Moët, hear about Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming HBO series, or find […]



London Critics’ Circle Awards: Nominations

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The nominees for the London Critics’ Circle Awards have been announced. Another Year and The King’s Speech lead with seven nominations apiece. The London Critics’ Circle Awards will take place on February 10, 2011 at the BFI Southbank. Below is the full list of nominees: Sky 3D Award: Film of the Year: Black Swan The […]



Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2010: Winners

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The winners for the 2010 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards have been announced. The Social Network picked up the Best Picture award, while it’s director, David Fincher, tied with Olivier Assayas (Carlos) for the coveted Best Director award. Colin Firth and Kim Hye-ja received the awards for Best Actor and Best Actress respectively. The […]



LFF 2010 – Carlos Review

Good guy or bad guy, does it really matter? The real-life person in question needs to have a winning charisma that translates well onto screen, and makes for a powerful story to watch, however long the film lasts. Carlos runs at 334 minutes, but it’s advisable to see it in its full-length glory to get […]



New Clip from Carlos

The chaps from Empire have revealed this brand new clip from movie, Carlos which is directed by Olivier Assayas and stars Édgar Ramírez, Alexander Scheer, Alejandro Arroyo, Ahmad Kaabour. The movie is based is a cut down version of the TV mini series and hits UK cinemas 22nd October. Synopsis:  The story of Venezuelan revolutionary, […]



Win Signed Carlos Poster and London Film Festival Screening Tickets

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To celebrate the October 22nd theatrical release of Carlos, we are giving you the chance to win poster signed by director Olivier Assayas and star Edgar Ramirez, alongside a pair of tickets to see it at the London Film Festival on 16th October. Directed by Olivier Assayas (Summer Hours) and starring Edgar Ramirez (The Bourne […]



UK Poster for Carlos Unveiled

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Following in the footsteps of the two-part Vincent Cassel biopic of notorious French gangster Jacques Mesrine another iconic criminal, Carlos the Jackal, has been given the big screen treatment and Empire have exclusively revealed the UK quad. Carlos stars Edgar Ramirez in the title role (he appeared in both Che: Part One and The Bourne […]



Poster and Trailer for Carlos

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Optimum Released have just sent us the brand new trailer and poster for Olivier Assayas’ Carlos. Carlos debuted at Cannes as a three-part, 5 hour and 30 minute film, but has since been cut for theatrical release to a total of two hours and 20 minutes. It tells the story of Venezuelan revolutionary, Ilich Ramirez […]



HeyUGuys at Cannes 2010: CARLOS Review

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The penultimate film on my schedule for this year’s festival is something of a strange beast: Oliver Assayas’ Carlos is a made for TV mini-series that the festival organisers picked up to screen as one continuous, five and a half hour long feature on the Croisette. While the prospect of almost six hours in a […]