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End Of The World

With the release of Last Night, one of the most original takes on the Armageddon in the history of cinema, FilmJuice take a look at ten of the best apocalypses in the movies… I Am Legend (Francis Lawrence, 2007) Based on...
 
 
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Asian Films

From Akira Kurosawa to John Woo, South East Asia has always produced some of the most interesting, exciting, and different films in world cinema. Recent years have seen film industries of countries such as Thailand and South Ko...
 

 
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Africa United

A hugely spirited film that looks at the difficulties facing a group of children on their way to The World Cup in South Africa.   A one point Africa United was tipped as this year’s Slumdog Millionaire (2008) but was never...
 
 
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Gemma Arterton

Actress Gemma Arterton talks to FilmJuice about her new film Tamara Drewe. The film is based on a graphic novel by Posy Simmonds, how useful was it having a visual reference for the character to work from? I found it really use...
 

 
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Secret Cinema 2010 Review

The sight of hundreds of Bedouin-attired tribespeople making the long walk from Wood Green tube station to Alexandra Park may have turned quite a few heads from passers-by, but to those in the know – which still is not many con...
 
 
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Nick Moran

Nick Moran has proved his mettle, as an actor, since his overnight stardom in Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels. Now, he shows his worth as a film director, with his excellent second feature, The Kid. Nick takes time out o...
 

 
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FilmJuice's Top Films 2010

With the Raindance Film Festival upon us, FJ takes a look at our favourite films that were released, so far, this year. I
 
 
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Brazilian FF Interview

Paula Barreto, producer of Lula, The Son of Brazil discusses the struggles of the Brazilian film industry and making the film with her brother, director Fábio Barreto.
 

 
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Brazilian Film Festival Review

British and Brazilian audiences, alike, gathered at Piccadilly Circus for the opening of the second annual London Brazilian Film Festival. The event, in partnership with BAFTA celebrates the best of the country’s film industry ...
 
 
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Top Ten British Crime Dramas

We look down ten of the best portrayals of the wrong side of the law this country has to offer…