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Sinatra's film career took off when he starred with Gene Kelly in Anchors Aweigh and On The Town. Whilst remaining one of the biggest musical entertainers in the world he managed to star in many highly acclaimed films including The Man With The Golden Arm and The Manchurian Candidate and…
Discovering James Stewart
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John Hurt's first major role was in 1966's A Man for All Seasons which won the Academy Award for Best Picture that year. However, it was his portrayal of Quentin Crisp in the 1975 TV play, The Naked Civil Servant, that shot him to fame and earned him the BAFTA…
Discovering Marlon Brando
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Widely considered the greatest actor ever, Marlon Brando's performances were as dazzling as his own larger-than-life personality. He exploded onto the screen as Stanley Kowolski in A Streetcar Named Desire and embodied the original rebel-without-a-cause in The Wild One. His first Oscar came for his unforgettable performance in On The…
In Conversation: Mike Newell
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Mike Newell is an incredibly versatile director. Born to actor parents he cut his teeth in television before Four Weddings and a Funeral put him on the Hollywood guest list. Never one to keep to the same tack, he's worked with Al Pacino and Johnny Depp in the gangland thriller…
In Conversation: Sir Tom Courtenay
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Tom Courtenay's breakthrough role was in the Tony Richardson films The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner. This highly acclaimed film helped usher in the British New Wave of the early-to-mid '60s. For his performances Courtenay was awarded the 1962 BAFTA Award for most promising newcomer. He was nominated for…
Discovering Marilyn Monroe
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Marilyn Monroe - To be a Hollywood great is to fly too close to the sun, to embody the dreams of millions while placing your fate in their hearts. Discovering film celebrates the life of Marilyn Monroe from her early days to her now iconic films Some Like it Hot…
Discovering Audrey Hepburn
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Always the epitome of style, Audrey Hepburn fittingly started out as a model before being spotted by a movie producer. Her first major film, Roman Holiday, won her an Academy Award for Best Actress and catapulted her to stardom. Further performances in Funny Face and Sabrina Fair confirmed her status…
Discovering Rita Hayworth
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Initially talent spotted while dancing underage in a Tijuana nightclub act, it wasn't until Margarita Cansino changed her name to Rita Hayworth that her Hollywood career really took flight. Seductive turns in early hits such at The Strawberry Blonde, Blood And Sand and You'll Never Get Rich earned her the…
Discovering Bette Davis
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Known as the 'first lady of the screen' Bette Davis' is one of the Hollywood greats. Her striking presence, paved the way for future female leads. As her career developed Bette was desperate for a great film role, and unlike other starlets she didn't mind playing unsympathetic characters, the following…
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Katharine Hepburn's, who's movie career covered over 60 years, was known for playing empowered, intelligent and sophisticated women. Born in Connecticut, Hepburn turned to acting soon after her graduation and after receiving some positive reaction from her time on Broadway she was to get her first important role in Bill…
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The festival is established as a response to Mussolini's control of the existing Venice Film Festival. It becomes an inspiration to a generation still recovering from the impact of WWII by attracting the biggest stars of the time including Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor and legendary director Orson Welles. Its reputation…