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Bradford International Film Festival - 7/3/2013 2:09:25 PM   
MuckyMuckMan

 

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Can anyone recommend anything from this years programme?

There are the obvious ones like Great Escape and Longest Day but I an't heard of anything in the line up.

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RE: Bradford International Film Festival - 7/3/2013 2:30:49 PM   
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Nothing really jumped out at me. A Hijacking got a good write up in Glasgow and Much Ado About Nothing will be a sell out. But there was nothing to really tempt me down. Not much in the way of retrospective showings eg.

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RE: Bradford International Film Festival - 7/3/2013 5:47:24 PM   
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I've not had a look at the programme yet, but I'm supposed to be covering it. With Bradford I tend to just go by instinct on the day really.

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RE: Bradford International Film Festival - 8/3/2013 1:38:16 PM   
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Last year was good as they showed The Raid and Juan of the Dead on the same day. The only thing that stands out for me are catching the oldie movies on the big screen and Life Doesn't Frighten Me.

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RE: Bradford International Film Festival - 8/3/2013 3:56:50 PM   
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The only real run of older films I could see was their widescreen weekend and I wasn't sure if that was a full pass. It limited stuff although, that said, Great Escape on the big screen would be a joy

Good on 'em showing Juan of the Dead - one of my favourites releases last year and it barely touched the cinema, let alone DVD.

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