Adam Buxton on form.
The directors (Stephen Anderson and Don Hall) of the latest Disney movie, Winnie the Pooh. Out in Europe in April, and America in the summer.
The humour is very kiddie, but the animation is vivid.
Writer and artist, and director/producer Burny Mattinson talking too. Was around at the time of Walt Disney himself.
Andreas Deja, animator at Disney (Tigger, Scar, Lilo, Jafar) and Roger Rabbit.
American band Cake performing this week at the Troxy.
I was taken to see them as a surprise, and they were great.
They even gave away a tree.
Director/actor/writer Richard Ayoade chatting to Radio1 presenter Edith Bowman after a screening of his excellent coming-of-age feature directorial debut, Submarine.
Part Three, Berlinale!
Part Two of my Berlin Film Fest coverage:
Part One of my Berlin Film Festival coverage is now up!
Vernon God Little at the Young Vic Theatre was a dynamic and imaginative adaptation of a masterful novel.
The ambiguity of the ending was discarded for something more uplifting though.
Hi, my review of The Resident is up: http://www.filmaluation.com/the-resident.html
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