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What I’m Watching – June 2013

This list only includes films I watched for the first time this month. My most recent viewing is the top entry.

You And Me Forever (Dir: Kaspar Munk, 2012) ***

About Time (Dir: Richard Curtis, 2013) ***

What Maisie Knew (Dir: Scott McGehee, David Siegel, 2012) ****

Old Stock (Dir: James Genn, 2012) ***

Hawking (Dir: Stephen Finnigan, 2013) ****

Mister John (Dir: Joe Lawlor, Christine Molloy, 2013) **

Struck By Lightning (Dir: Brian Dannelly, 2012) ***

A.C.A.B. All Cats Are Brilliant (Dir: Constantina Voulgaris, 2012) ***

Sanctuary (Dir: Fredrik Edfeldt, 2013) ****

A Story Of Children And Film (Dir: Mark Cousins, 2013) *****

This Is Martin Bonner (Dir: Chad Hartigan, 2013) ***

Shooting Bigfoot (Dir: Morgan Matthews, 2013) ****

The Sea (Dir: Stephen Brown, 2013) **

Magic Magic (Dir: Sebastian Silva, 2013) ****

Monsters University (Dir: Dan Scanlon, 2013) ****

The Bling Ring (Dir: Sofia Coppola, 2013) ***

Lunarcy! (Dir: Simon Ennis, 2012) *****

The Great Hip Hop Hoax (Dir: Jeanie Finlay, 2013) ****

Frances Ha (Dir: Noah Baumbach, 2012) ****

Constructors

Stories We Tell (Dir: Sarah Polley, 2012) ***

I Am Breathing (Dir: Emma Davie, Morag McKinnon, 2013) ****

A Long Way From Home (Dir: Virginia Gilbert, 2013) **

Beijing Flickers (Dir: Yuan Zhang, 2012) ***

C.O.G. (Dir: Kyle Patrick Alvarez, 2013) ***

Man Of Steel (Dir: Zack Snyder, 2013) *****

World War Z (Dir: Marc Forster, 2013) **

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Interview: Domhnall Gleeson For Anna Karenina

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***THIS INTERVIEW WAS ORIGINALLY POSTED ON HEYUGUYS TO COINCIDE WITH ANNA KARENINA’S DVD AND BLU-RAY RELEASE, HERE***

2012 was quite a year for Domhnall Gleeson. Alongside his BIFA nomination and theatrical releases of Dredd and Shadow Dancer, Anna Karenina finally gave him a more significant post-Harry Potter role after brilliant turns in True Grit and Never Let Me Go.

With 2013 seeing him star opposite Michael Fassbender and Rachel McAdams in Frank and About Time, as well as starring in Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror alongside Hayley Atwell, this rising star deserves to be recognised as far more than just ‘Brendan Gleeson’s son’.

Incredibly fun to talk to, with a contagious passion for his art, Domhnall speaks about wanting to work with the cast of The Master, his longing to feature in a film noir and why he’s glad the team behind Anna Karenina didn’t let him keep his scythe at the end of filming. Continue reading