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Francis Lee: Breaking the Mountain

Sundance, Berlin, Sydney, now Melbourne, film festival hit God’s Own Country has dazzled audiences. We spoke with the film’s writer/director, Francis Lee, ahead of its cinema release.  
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Sean Pertwee: Buttling for the Baby Bat in Gotham

He's played a range of tough guys over the years in the likes of Dog Soldiers and Event Horizon, but now Sean Pertwee is better known in the role of Alfred Pennyworth, butler and guardian to young Bruce Wayne, in the WB prequel series, Gotham. We caught up with the British thesp to talk about the challenge of re-interpreting such an iconic role.
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Ricky Whittle: From The 100 to American Gods

British actor Ricky Whittle thought he had a handle on fandom after his turn in the teen SF drama, The 100, but stepping into the role of Shadow Moon in American Gods introduced him to a whole new world in more ways than one.
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Emily Browning: The Dead Heart of American Gods

In the new urban fantasy series, American Gods, Emily Browning plays Laura, wife to our protagonist, Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle). The only thing is, she's killed in the first episode. That doesn't stop her from being a recurring character, though...
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Lone Scherfig – A Dane at Home in Britain

Their Finest stars Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy and Sam Claflin. The film is set in 1940, during the London Blitz, and tells the story of Catrin Cole [Arterton], who is hired by the British Ministry of Information to assist with writing the female dialogue (or “girl talk”) in morale-boosting propaganda films. Their Finest is Danish director Lone Scherfig’s fourth British film in a row, after An Education, One Day and The Riot Club.