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First-Ever Mammoth Film Festival Includes Tribute to John Wayne-Starring ‘North to Alaska’

First-Ever Mammoth Film Festival Includes Tribute to John Wayne-Starring ‘North to Alaska’
Our bi-weekly Film Festival Roundup column explores notable stories and news updates from the circuit.

– Exclusive: The upcoming inaugural Mammoth Film Festival have announced Round 2 of their Official Selections lineup for the fist-ever festival, taking place February 8 – 11, including a free screening of John Wayne’s “North to Alaska,” which will feature a special introduction from members of the seminal Hollywood star’s own family. MammothFF has also announced the 2018 judges, which include: producer Suzanne Weinert (“Hellion”), actor Peter Facinelli (“Twilight”), actor and producer Chris Zylka (“The Leftovers”), producer Steven Garcia (“Shark Tank”), writer/director/producer Eric Amadio (“Snowfall”), Youtube star Darious Britt, and film critic Oliver Harper.

The festival’s Charity Celebrity Bowling Tournament benefiting the Mammoth Media Institute will feature: Nina Dobrev, Eiza Gonzalez, Josh Hutcherson, Ashley Greene, Tom Welling, Josh Henderson, Sterling Brim, Luke “Dingo” Trembath, Lil Jon, Arielle Vandenberg, Matt Cutshall, Scott Haze, and Ryan Rottman, among
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Loophole (1981)

It sounds like a winner — Albert Finney and Martin Sheen team up for a daring subterranean bank robbery in the heart of London. The locations, the sets and the production are all first class. So what happened? Susannah York and Jonathan Pryce are in on the heist as well.

Loophole (1981)


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1981 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 105 min. / Street Date January 3, 2017 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95

Starring Albert Finney, Martin Sheen, Susannah York, Colin Blakely, Jonathan Pryce, Robert Morley, Alfred Lynch, Tony Doyle, Christopher Guard, Gwyneth Powell.

Cinematography Michael Reed

Film Editor Ralph Sheldon

Original Music Lalo Schifrin

Written by Jonathan Hales from a novel by Robert Pollock

Produced by Julian Holloway, David Korda

Directed by John Quested

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

The great movie titled Loophole is still the underdog film noir from 1954, with Barry Sullivan as a bank clerk being dogged by an insurance investigator. The 1981 Loophole, an English movie,
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Who Dares Wins Blu-Ray Review

Director: Ian Sharp

Starring: Lewis Collins, Judy Davis, Richard Widmark, Edward Woodward, Robert Webber, Tony Doyle, John Duttine

Running Time: 118 minutes

Certificate: 15

Extras: Audio Commentary, The Last Of The Gentleman Producers Documentary, Bonus Feature Film: The Commander, Collector’s Booklet

These days the Sas are hardly the secretive organisation of elite soldiers they probably wish they were. We have plenty of books, films, and TV shows that have examined the world of these highly trained individuals. But Who Dares Wins was first released in 1984. It was meant as a tribute to the anonymous heroes of the Sas from producer Euan Lloyd. In many respects it certainly covers that ground, but it also feels a lot like a recruitment video at times.

The film begins with a protest against nuclear weapons and the like. Some of the members of this procession waved at the cameras as they passed by, so I
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Northern Ireland Scriptwriting Fest

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BBC Northern Ireland and Tinderbox Theatre Company in conjunction with the Tony Doyle Bursary 2009 will host a four-day festival of script writing workshops and talks from Wednesday 28th - Saturday 31st of January 2009. The workshops are free and are aimed towards those interested in either making a living from script writing in all mediums of TV, radio, film, theatre or online or expanding their skills.The event will host a number of script writing activities including a talk by Tony Jordon on Writing for TV,
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