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TO SIR WITH LOVE, commendation and commemoration

Poitier´s 2000 memoir The Measure Of A Man, clearly shows that the actor realised his the strength of the platform his film work was building for him and from there he helped to awaken the world to the inequities of racial and colour prejudices.
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MUSIC IS THE THING CALLED LOVE

Peter Bogdanovitch may have made greater and more successful films than Thing Called Love, but the film and the soundtrack of that title formed a cornerstone on which stood so many of my song-writing heroes, introducing them to the UK for the first time. I have so many memories of people and places of that period of my life, and I can find them all quite easily, in a file tagged Thing Called Love. For that I will always be grateful to film producer and director Peter Bogdanovitch.

Michael Sheen ECHOING INTERESTING TIMES

“That’s all you read about now. For every column that’s about cancel culture, there’s one fewer for real dangers and unfairnesses
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TIMELESS TALE FOR A NEW GENERATION

Mr. Spielberg has paid all due reverence to the original West Side Story and yet has taken some daring moves, too. His film certainly will serve as a lasting legacy for Stephen Sondheim´s lyrics and musicality.
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IN LIGHT OF A VERY BLUE MOON

moon river wider than miles to go before he sleeps and he has promises to keep to bring to deliver to break into moon dust that would be some kind of proof but there ain’t no man in the moon

WE´RE BACK ON SCREEN

Recently filmed on the island was A Summer At Caleta de Famara, a location on the island popular with gap year holiday workers, surfer dudes and young holiday makers in general. This is being shot for prime time viewing on German television.
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LIVE ARTS COMING BACK

it all seems reason for us to be of good cheer and to raise our glasses of wine, g &t, beer or cups of Horlicks, to welcome back, at last, live arts.
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A KIND OF IMMORTALITY for Helen Reddy

down the radio waves she somehow left a record, Angie Baby, on the jukebox of my mind that has stayed with me over forty years.
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´I´VE BEEN EXPECTING YOU, MR. BOND´. St. Peter at the Gates.

Connery’s genius was to combine menace with a twinkling Celtic wit. His Bond was a loaded weapon. Yet there was a wryness to his performance that told you that both spy and actor were in on the joke.
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OVER A LOST HORIZON ON LANZAROTE

an earthly paradise,...a retreat from the pressures of modern civilisation