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Two Women - Ralph Fiennes Interview

Premiere Scene's Claire Bueno and Mike Jonas had the privilege of being invited to interview Ralph Fiennes for his new film Two Women based on the Russian play A Month In The Country by I. Turgenev. Join us as we ask Ralph Fiennes about the love story that explores may guises of love, more about his character Mikhail Rakitin and the challenges of learning a new language particularly for an actor.

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The Invisible Woman Premiere

There was no concealing the talent this evening as the stars of the non fictional Dickens story about his muse and mistress Nelly Ternan all turned out for the premiere of The Invisible Woman. Having already had the pleasure of interviewing the cast and filmmakers during the BFI London Film Festival Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Mike Jonas were happy to once more interview Actor/Director Ralph Fiennes; actors Felicity Jones, Joanna Scanlan and Tom Burke; Screenwriter Abi Morgan; Producer Gabrielle Tana; Composer Ilan Eshkeri and Author Claire Tomalin. Join us as we ask Ralph Fiennes about working on the technical aspects of directing, Felicity Jones, Claire Tomalin and Gabrielle Tana about the remarkable story of a woman who was able to re-invent herself; Joanna Scanlan about the back story of Catherine and Charles Dickens and we ask Ilan Eshkeri and Tom Burke about working with a collaborator like Fiennes.

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The Invisible Woman Interviews include Ralph Fiennes,Joanna Scanlan, Tom Hollander, Abi Morgan, Claire Tomalin and Gabrielle Tana

At the BFI LFF Premiere Scene's Claire Bueno and William McLaughlan attend the Press Conference and premiere of The Invisible Woman to interview Ralph Feinnes, Joanna Scanlan, Tom Hollander, Abi Morgan, Claire Tomalin and Gabrielle Tana. Join us as we ask director / actor Ralph Fiennes keeping to the dialogue as written, actress Joanna Scanlan about the break down of the marriage between Charles Dickens and Catherine Dickens; actor Tom Hollander his character breaking convention and screenwriter Abi Morgan and The Invisible Woman author Claire Tomalin about how for a period piece how current this story really is.

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Coriolanus Press Conference & Premiere

Culture was certainly in the air for day 5 of the 55th BFI London Film Festival as Ralph Fiennes directorial debut CORIOLANUS premieres. Premiere Scene's Claire and Anthony Bueno were there to find out more about how this Shakespeare play turn Screen play is brought to a contemporary audience. Fiennes shares with us his reasons for directing, actor Brian Cox tells us more about his performance, screenwriter John Logan tells us how he tackled this complicated play and see why newsreader John Snow make a surprise appearance!!!

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