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Andrew Knight

Andrew Knight

Communications Officer

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Movie marketing man and part-time music mogul

Fave films include Delicatessen, A Room For Romeo Brass, Belleville Rendez-Vous and Bugsy Malone

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I was surprised by how much I enjoyed Les Mis but the ambition and scale of the confident, stylish production along with some very strong performances (especially from Hathaway and Jackman) really won me over.

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A host of British talent on display in front and behind the camera in this package of shorts. Loved Matt Holness' A Gun For George (he shows the same eye for detail that made Garth Marenghi so great) and Peter Mullan's winning performance in Long Distance Information

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An intense look at the 2004 Tsunami through the eyes of one family caught up in the disaster. The Orphanage director shows his flair for storytelling that is both visceral and sensitive to the subject

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Feel-good and frothy with a great cast. Glad to see some well drawn older characters at the centre of a story on screen. Hope Dustin stays behind the camera for a bit longer

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That's great to hear. Thanks for your feedback. Always lovely to meet newbies!

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Tense, taut thriller that nimbly intersperses great humour throughout in a skillfully retold (and almost unbelievable) true story. Affleck is proving himself to be a talented director. Can't wait to see what he does next

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An affecting, touching and funny film. If you're looking for a feel-good French fancy, you've found it in this mismatched 'odd couple' comedy-drama.

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Stylish hitman drama meets cynical social satire. Good performances and some interesting camera set-ups and sound mix flourishes. Some of the longer takes drag the pace a little and I'm not sure how well the two ideas gel. Always great to spend screen time with Jenkins and Gandolfini though

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Agreed Richard. I thought Nolan wrapped it up nicely and Hathaway was fantastic. After watching the trailer I really wasn't expecting to enjoy her performance. A very pleasant surprise

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Couldn't give it 3 out of 5 as it's definitely not 'average'. This is tense, gritty and funny with incredible performances. But ultimately I have to agree with Mr Kermode, I found the shocking moments and sexual politics very hard to stomach

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Fab :) See you over the weekend!!

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Hello and congratulations!
You're a winner - pop by the Box Office to collect your prize. Thanks for entering

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Hi Diana, Tales of the Night has still not been given a certificate yet. As it's a children's film we want to make sure we know what age it's appropriate for before we make tickets available. Fingers crossed this will be sorted out in the next few days

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This comedy of manners really tickled me. Stilman gently mocks US student stereotypes to great effect. Very interesting and some very funny moments

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Thanks Maggie!

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A subtle and affecting film about the search for love, family ties and a sense of belonging. It features a great, understated performance from the young lead actor - no small feat as he's in virtually every scene!

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A great film about a driven and devoted photographer. To watch him spring to action and see the joy on his face as he talks about fashion and photography is sublime. A must see!

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Hi Ian!

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It's Show & Tell tonight, Broadway's brilliant free arts event where lovely creative people come and share what they're working on. We've got film-makers, passionate indie gamers, a sonic artist and someone from Sneinton Market - http://bit.ly/yYdSBx

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Really 'enjoyed' this creepy and atmospheric indie flick. It was tense, absorbing, thought-provoking and well played by a great but largely unknown cast. Cracking drama

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The Help brunchtime screening is on Sunday 4th March at 12.15pm http://www.broadway.org.uk/events/film_the_help

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Mailing from a mobile is tortuous

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Wondering when The Help Sunday brunch is happening.

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Wondering when The Help Sunday brunch is happening.

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A very intriguing, beautiful and sad film. After watching Bombay Beach I wanted to hug Benny (the boy in the film), ride a quad bike up a sand dune, download the soundtrack (Beirut & Bob Dylan) and find out more about those in front of and behind the camera