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  • Gallery Update, HQ stills added: various Movies & TV Series

    Added lots of HQ stills from Things To Do Before You’re 30, Marple, Fallen Angel & The Wrong Mans. Hope you enjoy!

    Links:
    Movie Productions > Things To Do Before You’re 30 (2004) > Stills
    Television Series > Marple: The Moving Finger (2006) > Promotional
    Television Series > Fallen Angel (2007) > Stills
    Television Series > The Wrong Mans (2013) > Stills

    Stars and locals campaign against ‘dog’s dinner’ shopping centre plan in west London

    Film stars living in west London are campaigning against a £40?million shopping centre development saying it could ruin the area.

    Actresses Emilia Fox and Anna Chancellor are hoping to force developers to change proposals for a massive gated community which they say will adversely affect businesses and residents in the area.

    Councillors are examining plans for a regeneration project in Acton high street featuring nearly 150 new homes, new shops and a Waitrose supermarket.

    But locals say the design for The Oaks shopping centre is “a dog’s dinner” and could blight the area. They do not want the development to be closed off to pedestrians and they want the planned blocks of flats to be staggered so light is not blocked from existing shops.

    Planners want to turn the Oaks underground car park into a Waitrose, with a new multi-storey car park on top, surrounded by a gated community of 142 flats.Chancellor, 48, branded the idea “unimaginative” and “slightly barbaric”, saying a “huge great building” would not improve the aesthetic of nearby open spaces.

    She also said the development could bring traffic problems. “I think it is going to be dangerous,” she said. “I can’t quite see how that is going to work traffic-wise, how we are going to have all these endless delivery lorries.

    “Think bigger. Think that this whole area has really got an opportunity to become a very exciting area and something that Ealing council would be very proud of presiding over. Something really good happening in Acton.”

    Fox, 39, said: “Acton is a really tight-knit community that prides itself on its togetherness and a gated tower block in the heart of the town centre seems adverse to this spirit.”

    Bruce Forsyth’s daughter Laura, 50, who runs a card shop in the area, said: “The plans are not very sympathetic to the kind of community we have around here.

    “We have a lovely village and we are all for regeneration — we deserve it — but if you get it wrong it could be disastrous.” John Bourne, of the Acton Regeneration Company, said the plans would bring benefits including 500 jobs. But campaigners plan to protest on Saturday as Ealing’s planning committee visit the site ahead of the decision next week.

    Former Crimewatch editor Doug Carnegie, spearheading the campaign, said: “We want development in our backyard. The problem is this plan would be better suited to Eighties Bucharest than west London today.”

    Source: standard.co.uk

    Video Interviews with Emilia Fox at British Film – BFI Charity Gala

    Hello TV posted a video interview which I have uploaded below:

    Another video interview:

    Stay tuned for more updates coming soon! :)

    New Article, Emilia Fox sports choppy blonde bob at BFI Dinner

    Last night’s BFI Luminous gala dinner was a fairly fabulous affair which had celebs flocking to London’s 8 Northumberland Avenue in their finest to celebrate the best in British film and talent.

    Emilia Fox was all smiles in a stunning midnight blue, button-down gown complete with gold clutch AND a gorgeous new do. The British actress showcased a new blonde bob which had that textured thing going on and a sexy-sweeping fringe. Classic.

    Emilia did her bit for the inaugural fundraising gala – wining, dining and bidding for the occasion.

    Source: mydaily.co.uk

    Emilia Fox at BFI Gala Dinner – 8th October 2013

    As posted as a quick preview on our Tumblr this morning, Emilia attended yesterday’s BFI Gala Dinner. Emilia is looking absolutely gorgeous! I really love the dress and the contrast with the red lipstick makes this perfect…

    ‘The Wrong Mans’ – Episode 3 full HD video preview

    I have uploaded the full HD preview of tonight’s episode called “Dead Mans”. Enjoy:

    Emilia Fox among jury announced for 57th BFI London Film Festival

    Jim Broadbent, Miranda Richardson, Emilia Fox, Cillian Murphy, Saoirse Ronan, Philip French, Lone Scherfig and Rodrigo Prieto among the jurors announced for the 57th BFI London Film Festival.

    BFI Festival Director and Head of Cinemas Clare Stewart today announced the complete jury lineup for the 2013 BFI London Film Festival awards, to be presented on Saturday 19 October, at Banqueting House, Whitehall, SW1

    In addition to the BFI Fellowship to be awarded to Sir Christopher Lee, awards will also be presented for the festival’s competitive sections; the Best Film Award will be presented to the winner of the Official Competition; the Sutherland Award will be presented to the winner of the Best First Feature and the Grierson Award will be presented to the winning film in the Documentary Competition. Each section is open to international and British films, with 12 films shortlisted for both the First Feature and the Documentary Competitions. 13 have been shortlisted in the Official Competition category.

    The Best Film Award recognises inspiring, inventive and distinctive filmmaking. The initial shortlist was drawn up by BFI Head of Cinemas and Festivals Clare Stewart, together with the Festival programming team. President of the Best Film Jury is highly respected film critic and journalist Phillip French, his fellow jurors are Lone Scherfig, director of the multi-Oscar nominated An Education, Canadian-based visual artist Stan Douglas, two-time Oscar nominee and BAFTA-winning actress Miranda Richardson, screenwriter of Pride and Prejudice and celebrated author Deborah Moggach, and Oscar-nominated cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto (Argo, Brokeback Mountain).

    The Official Competition selection is: Catherine Breillat’s Abuse of Weakness, Richard Ayoade’s The Double, Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida, Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Like Father, Like Son, Ritesh Batra’s The Lunchbox, Jahmil XT Qubeka’s Of Good Report, Peter Landesman’s Parkland, Ahmad Abdalla ‘s Rags and Tatters, Clio Barnard’s The Selfish Giant, David Mackenzie’s Starred Up, Xavier Dolan’s Tom at the Farm, John Curran’s Tracks, and Under the Skin from Jonathan Glazer.

    The Sutherland Award has been recognising original and imaginative feature debut directing talent since 1958. Presiding over the jury for this illustrious award is co-founder of Number 9 Films (with Stephen Woolley) Elizabeth Karlsen and her fellow jurors comprise one of Britain’s most respected acting talents Emilia Fox, BAFTA Award-winning director Susanna White, the Academy Award, BAFTA, Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actor Jim Broadbent and the BAFTA and Tony-winning actor Stephen Dillane.

    The First Feature competition selection is: Chika Anadu’s B for Boy, Daniel Patrick Carbone’s Hide Your Smiling Faces, Anthony Chen’s Ilo Ilo, John Krokidas’ Kill Your Darlings, Alphan E?eli’s The Long Way Home, Michalis Konstantatos’ Luton, Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza’s Salvo, Chloé Robichaud’s Sarah Prefers to Run, Rob Brown’s Sixteen, Vivian Qu’s Trap Street, Fernando Franco’s Wounded, and Youth, from Tom Shoval.

    The Best British Newcomer Award recognises new British talent, highlighting accomplishments in writing, directing acting and producing. Jury president is Oscar and BAFTA-nominated producer Amanda Posey, who runs Wildgaze Films with producing partner Finola Dwyer and fellow jurors include BAFTA-nominated director Tom Kingsley, acclaimed actor Cillian Murphy, Oscar-nominated Saoirse Ronan, BAFTA-winning actress Gina McKee and actress Joanne Froggatt currently appearing in the highly successful Downton Abbey.

    The Best British Newcomer selection is: Conner Chapman, Actor, The Selfish Giant, Shaun Thomas, Actor, The Selfish Giant, Destiny Ekaragha, Director, Gone Too Far!, Rob Brown, Director, Sixteen, Jack Fishburn & Muireann Price, Producers, Love Me Till Monday and
    Jonathan Asser, Screenwriter, Starred Up.

    The Grierson Award for Best Documentary, presented in partnership with the Grierson Trust, recognises films with integrity, originality, and social or cultural significance. The jury is presided over by acclaimed producer Kate Ogborn, and joined by the Commissioning Editor at SKY, Chris Wilson, cinema programmer for City Screen, Chris Harris, BBC newsreader and presenter Sophie Raworth and CEO of Renegade Pictures, Alex Cooke.

    The Documentary Competition selection is: Jessica Oreck’s Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys, Alex Gibney’s The Armstrong Lie, Frederick Wiseman’s At Berkeley, Zachary Heinzerling ‘s Cutie and the Boxer, Mark Cousins’ Here Be Dragons, Nicolas Philibert ‘s La Maison de la Radio, Greg Barker’s Manhunt, Rithy Panh’s The Missing Picture, Paul-Julien Robert’s My Fathers, My Mother and Me, Vitaly Mansky’s Pipeline, Matt Wolf’s Teenage, Kitty Green’s Ukraine Is Not a Brothel.

    Source: bfi.org.uk

    CBeebies Radio: Sunday Stories – Goodnight Harry read by Emilia Fox

    “Goodnight, everyone.” Says Harry, but Harry can’t get to sleep. He wriggles and worries. Will sleep ever come? Today’s Walker Book was written by Kim Lewis and read by Emilia Fox.

    Duration: 8 mins

    You can download the podcast on the BBC website! (Link expires in 7 days.)

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