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Premiere Scene Podcast: The Aftermath, The Hole in the Ground, Lords of Chaos, Into Film, The White Crow. Review

In episode 2 Anthony Bueno, Claire Bueno, Keith Eyles and Ryan Holloway review and interview Keira Knightley, Alexander Skarsgård and James Kent for The Aftermath, Lee Cronin & Seána Kerslake for The Hole in the Ground, Ralph Fiennes for The White Crow. We discuss the Into Film Awards we hear from Best Animation Winners, plus we Andy Serkis and Malachi Kirby express the relevance of the youth initiative. We also review FrightFest Glasgow 2019 and horror film Lords of Chaos.


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Dumbo – Eva Green, Colin Farrell, Joseph Gatt, Finley Hobbins, Sharon Rooney, Derek Frey, Katterli Frauenfelder, Justin Springer - European Premiere Interviews

Tim Burton adapts Disney’s classic animation Dumbo, to a live action film starring Eva Green, Colin Farrell, Danny DeVito and Michael Keaton. Burton skilfully casts light and colour on to the dark tale of an elephant calf born with ears enabling him to fly. Dumbo’s talent is exceptional as is Burton’s ability to capture tone that is accessible to all members of the family.

At the European Premiere actors Eva Green, Colin Farrell, Finley Hobbins, Joseph Gatt and Sharon Rooney, plus producers Derek Frey, Katterli Frauenfelder, Justin Springer all attend the red carpet hosted at the Curzon Mayfair and Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Mike Jonas were happy to join the media circus to ask them all about it.

Join us as we ask actors Eva Green about training for the trapeze, Colin Farrell about the characters, Finley Hobbins about flying with Dumbo, Joseph Gatt about playing the baddie, Sharon Rooney about working with Burton, and the producers Derek Frey, Katterli Frauenfelder, Justin Springer about how closely Burton worked with the digital animators creating Dumbo.

Dumbo In cinemas Friday 29th March. Distributed by Disney.

Shazam! Zachary Levi, David F. Sandberg, Peter Safran – Interviews

Pure hearted foster kid Billy Batson comes of age when he unexpectedly becomes superhero Shazam! There’s all the fun at the fair, watching the teenager learn the ropes and responsibility that his new role imposes on him. Shazam! Is a welcome departure from the current run of superhero movies and should not be missed!

At the Superpowered Funfair opening Shazam himself Zachary Levi, director David F. Sandberg and producer Peter Safran all attend the red carpet to give the film its worthy launch.

Join Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Anthony Bueno as we ask Zachary Levi about the unique opportunity to truly embrace his inner child, David F. Sandberg about the homage paid to some iconic 80s classic movies, and Peter Safran about casting Zachary and Mark Strong in their roles.

Shazam! In cinemas Friday 5th April. Distributed by Warner Bros.

The White Crow - Ralph Fiennes, Oleg Ivenko, David Hare, Carolyn Marks Blackwood and Gabrielle Tana - UK Premiere Interviews

Ralph Fiennes directs the exceptional The White Crow, a film delicately detailing an excerpt into the life of ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev up until his defection to the West.

At the UK Premiere director / actor Ralph Fiennes, actor Oleg Ivenko (Rudolf Nureyev), screenwriter David Hare, and producers Carolyn Marks Blackwood and Gabrielle Tana attend the red carpet hosted at the Curzon Mayfair.

Join Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Anthony Bueno as we ask Ralph Fiennes about the parallels of playing Nureyev’s teacher as well as teaching ballet dancer Oleg Ivenko to screen act in real life. We ask Oleg Ivenko about the differences for him dancing on a stage and delivering a more contained performance for screen. For a story written in a non-linear form, we ask David Hare what made this the most appropriate way to convey Nureyev’s story. And we ask Carolyn Marks Blackwood and Gabrielle Tana about Fiennes uncompromising endeavour for authenticity.

The White Crow. In UK cinemas Friday 22nd March. Distributed by STUDIOCANAL.

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