Jessica Gunning Edition: Bits & Pieces

Jessica Gunning Edition: Bits & Pieces

Jessica Gunning Edition: Bits & Pieces – To mark the 50th anniversary of Francis Ford Coppola’s (The GodfatherOne From the Heart) seminal neo-noir thriller, THE CONVERSATION, STUDIOCANAL is thrilled to announce that a brand-new 4K restoration of the Palme D’or winner will return to UK cinemas on July 5, 2024. The film will then be available to own via a special 2-disc 4K UHD Collector’s edition and on digital from July 15.

Based on actual 19th century witchcraft trials in Chile, SORCERY – which had it’s UK premiere at this year’s Glasgow Film Festival –  features a stunning lead performance from Valentina Véliz Caileo as a young girl using otherworldly powers to avenge her father’s brutal death at the hands of colonisers. Calileo, in her debut role, is a natural, whose debut lead role recalls the likes of Jennifer Lawrence in Winter’s Bone and Anya Taylor-Joy in The VVitch. She has a quiet, haunting presence that gives the film a real stirring power.

From visionary director Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes, Crawl) and executive producers of Stranger Things and Arrival comes NEVER LET GO. In this new psychological thriller/horror, as an Evil takes over the world beyond their front doorstep, the only protection for a mother, played by Academy Award® winner Halle Berry (Actress in a Leading Role, 2001 – Monster’s Ball), and her twin sons is their house and their family’s protective bond. Needing to stay connected at all times – even tethering themselves with ropes – they cling to one another, urging each other to never let go. But when one of the boys questions if the evil is real, the ties that bind them together are severed, triggering a terrifying fight for survival.

In the treacherous and swampy forests that make up the so-called “green border” between Belarus and Poland, refugees from the Middle East and Africa trying to reach the European Union are trapped in a geopolitical crisis cynically engineered by Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko. In an attempt to provoke Europe, refugees are lured to the border by propaganda promising easy passage to the EU. Finding themself pawns in this hidden war, the lives of Julia, a newly minted activist who has given up her comfortable life, Jan, a young border guard, and a Syrian family intertwine. Thirty years after her Oscar-nominated film EUROPA EUROPA, Agnieszka Holland’s poignant and essential GREEN BORDER opens our eyes and speaks to the heart, challenging viewers to reflect on the moral choices that fall to ordinary people every day.

blur: To The End depicts the most recent chapter in the band’s story, captured during the period in which they made a surprise – and emotional – return with their first record in 8 years, the critically acclaimed #1 album ‘The Ballad of Darren’.

Not to be missed in June on the expertly curated cult streaming service ARROW – the beguiling and atmospheric supernatural drama Nightsiren, exclusive to ARROW, gore galore in Madman, writer/director Quarxx picks his ARROW favourites, B-movie brilliance from Nico Mastorakis, killer shorts, Italian crime series Gomorrah Season 5, and more

The world famous, Monday-hating, lasagne-loving feline will be hitting the big screens this year in Sony Pictures’ THE GARFIELD MOVIE. Today, Moments Worth Paying For presents a spurr-cial message from Chris Pratt ahead of the family-fun adventure hitting cinemas on 24th May.

Set in 1980s New York, Eric is a new emotional thriller from Abi Morgan following the desperate search of a father when his nine year old son disappears one morning on the way to school. Vincent, one of New York’s leading puppeteers and creator of the hugely popular children’s television show, ‘Good Day Sunshine,’ struggles to cope with the loss of his son, Edgar, becoming increasingly distressed and volatile. Full of self-loathing and guilt around Edgar’s disappearance, he clings to his son’s drawings of a blue monster puppet, ERIC, convinced that if he can get ERIC on TV then Edgar will come home. As Vincent’s progressively destructive behaviour alienates his family, his work colleagues, and the detectives trying to help him, it’s Eric, a delusion of necessity, who becomes his only ally in the pursuit to bring his son home.

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Alton loves film. He is founder and Editor In Chief of BRWC.  Some of the films he loves are Rear Window, Superman 2, The Man With The Two Brains, Clockwise, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, Trading Places, Stir Crazy and Punch-Drunk Love.