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THE New Forest Film Festival launches today at Brockenhurst College with a gala screening of the classic silent film, Beggars of Life, with live music provided by The Dodge Brothers and the acclaimed silent film pianist, Neil Brand.
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THERE’S another chance to see Helen Mirren and Dominic Cooper in the acclaimed National Theatre production of Phedre on Thursday at Harbour Lights Picture House in Ocean Village ahead of a second season of National Theatre Live broadcasts to cinemas around the UK.
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WRITTEN by Peep Show pen team Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong and directed by cult satirist Chris Morris (Brass Eye, Nathan Barley), Four Lions is the latest British political comedy that is as tasteless as it is timely.
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FOUR Lions follows the attempts of four wannabe suicide bombers from Sheffield who plan to kill thousands of people taking part in a fun run. The problem is, they’re hopeless terrorists!Leader Omar (Riz Ahmed) is annoyed by the incompetent nature of the fellow members of his terror cell, which include Islamic convert Barry (Nigel Lindsay), Fessal (Adhil Akhtar), a man who wears a box on his head because it against Islamic law to appear on camera, and Waj (Kayvan Novak) who has a few screws loose.
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MICHAEL Campbell is one of a handful of white farmers still left in Zimbabwe since President Robert Mugabe began enforcing his controversial land seizure program, an initiative intended to reclaim white-owned land and redistribute it to poor black Zimbabweans.
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Winner of the Grand Prix at Cannes, blistering crime drama A Prophet demonstrates Jacques Audiard's ability to rise beyond a genre to exceptional heights of emotional intensity. Malik (Rahim) lands himself in jail at 19.
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WINNER of the Grand Prix at Cannes, blistering crime drama A Prophet demonstrates Audiard’s (The Beat That My Heart Skipped) ability to rise beyond a genre to exceptional heights of emotional intensity.
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DIRECTED by Steven Soderbergh (Erin Brokovich, Ocean’s Eleven) and starring Matt Damon (the Bourne trilogy), The Informant is based on the true story of the highest-ranking corporate whistleblower in American history.
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HARBOUR Lights is playing host to a special screening of Me and Orson Welles plus a satellite question and answer session with director Richard Linklater and actors Zac Efron, Christian McKay and Claire Danes.
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At the next election the majority will vote for more of the same old faces, then whine about it. WE get what WE deserve. Gutless, selfish councillors like Thornber represent the same old people doing the same old things. − O Dear, WinchesterDefiant Ken says he won’t apologise
Bishop's Waltham is a historic town where the buildings are of brick and tile so why-oh-why is Sainsbury's proposing to plonk a smaller version of its Hedge End store next to the historic mill? − Graham BoorerNew scheme for Bishop's Waltham supermarket
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