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Rogues & Vagabonds · 6h ago

Archive Interview • MARK BABYCH • Blonde Bombshells of 1943 • 2007

Alan Plater’s drama about an all-women swing band in the Second World War began life as an award-winning TV film starring Judi Dench and Ian Holm. West Yorkshire Playhouse swiftly picked it ...
Rogues & Vagabonds · 2d ago

Why the Armenian-Genocide Film ‘The Promise’ Is Crucial Cinema – CURNBLOG

Terry George’s ‘The Promise’, set during the Armenian-Genocide, is a great movie. The talents of Oscar Isaac and Christian Bale are… Source: Why the Armenian-Genocide Film ‘The Promise’ Is C...
Rogues & Vagabonds · 4d ago

“…The last time I was unknown I was too busy trying to become known to realize …” – Art of Quotation

“I never knew how good it is to be unknown until now. The last time I was unknown I was too busy trying to become known to realize the advantages … Continue reading →
Rogues & Vagabonds · 6d ago

“Do not the most moving moments of our lives find us without words?” – Art of Quotation

“Do not the most moving moments of our lives find us without words?” — Marcel Marceau, actor, mime, French Source: “Do not the most moving moments of our lives find … Continue reading →
Rogues & Vagabonds · 1W ago

Obituary: Michael Bogdanov, provocative director who co-founded the English Shakespeare Company | The Independent

Idiosyncratic and provocative, Michael Bogdanov, who has died aged 79, brought a modern approach to the Bard’s work, most notably as co-founder (with actor Michael Pennington) of the English...
Rogues & Vagabonds · 1W ago

“Papillon”: A flawed but fascinating film with a tangled real-life history. – SeanMunger.com

Although a well-made and interesting film, Schaffner’s “Papillon” suffers from the identity crisis of its source material: is it fact or fiction? Source: “Papillon”: A flawed but fascinating...
Rogues & Vagabonds · 1W ago

Britain is no longer a country for & says “Farewell” to director/designer Bill Mitchell

Bill, theatre director/designer, who has died at the age of 65, recalled in 2012 that : “The name ‘landscape theatre’ came out of almost a joke” when he was “outside … Continue reading →
Rogues & Vagabonds · 2W ago

Spencer Tracy: Working Backwards from “Mad” | Travalanche

Just a few words on Spencer Tracy (1900-1967) since I just saw him the other night for maybe the twenty-fourth time in the first film I ever saw him in (It’s … Continue reading →
Rogues & Vagabonds · 2W ago

Christopher Morahan obituary | Michael Billington | Stage | The Guardian

Director and producer whose 60-year career spanned television, theatre and film – from The Jewel in the Crown to Pinter plays Source: Christopher Morahan obituary | Michael Billington | Stag...
Rogues & Vagabonds · 2W ago

Olivier Awards 2017: Winners in full – BBC News

The full list of winners and nominees for this year’s Olivier Awards which took place at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 9 April. Source: Olivier Awards 2017: Winners in … Continue reading →