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African-American Film Critics Association Partners With AMPAS For Career Summit

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The African-American Film Critics Association (Aafca) has partnered with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in For the Academy’s Careers in Film Summit in Atlanta. The summit will take place November 3 at SCADshow.

This marks AMPAS’ first educational outreach in the Atlanta area, which has quickly become an epicenter for film production. The event will feature three moderated panel discussions with working Academy members and film professionals intended to introduce high school and college students and their educators to the plethora of careers in the motion picture industry. The discussions focus on film careers above and below the line as well as the importance of representation. The Atlanta edition of the Summit is an extension of similar programs the Academy produces in Los Angeles, London and New York.

Confirmed panelists at the event include producer/director Roger Bobb, Deborah Riley Draper and Deborah Moore; casting agent, Winsome Sinclair; art director,
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Today in Soap Opera History (October 27)

1982: Gh's Luke and Robert searched for Holly in Canada.

1988: Gl's Rusty shot Will and tried to save Mindy.

1995: Loving's Gwyneth was revealed as the Corinth Killer.

2009: As the World Turns' Brad Snyder died."The best prophet of the future is the past."

― Lord Byron

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1967: On Dark Shadows, Julia (Grayson Hall) felt guilty about telling Barnabas (Jonathan Frid) to bite Vicky. She instead offered to sacrifice herself to restore Barnabas's appearance. Though touched, he declined, noting that he needed her to continue as his doctor. In the meantime, Carolyn (Nancy Barrett) decided -- over David's (David Henesy) protests
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Pre-Production Begins On Crime Sequel ‘We Still Die The Old Way’

Pre-production has begun on We Still Die The Old Way, the third film in the Britflick franchise that includes the previously released We Still Kill The Old Way and We Still Steal The Old Way.

Actors Ian Ogilvy, Chris Ellison, Janine Nerissa and Billy Murray joined director Zack Adler and producer Jonathan Sothcott at a sumptuous lunch to mark the start of pre-production in London earlier this week. The third movie in the series, We Still Die The Old Way, is due to commence shooting soon. Written by Russell Whitfield, the hard hitting, gritty film will be directed by Zackary Adley, whose previous successes include The Fall of The Krays and Rise of the Footsoldier 3: The Pat Tate Story.

Plot details are closely guarded but not all of the regular cast, which includes Tony Denham, Nicky Henson, Alison Doody and Hollyoaks favourite Lysette Anthony are expected to survive.

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Jonathan Sothcott Lifts The Lid On ‘We Still Die The Old Way’

With films, We Still Kill The Old Way and We Still Steal The Old Way still doing exceptionally well on the home formats, it comes as no surprise that a third film is on the way to round out the crime trilogy. We caught up with the series’ producer Jonathan Sothcott to get the inside scoop.

Is There A Third Movie On The Way?

Jonathan Sothcott: Yes! We start shooting early next year. I have a director on board who I really like and am excited about and we’re aiming to wrap up the trilogy with a bang.

Why Did It Take So Long For The First Sequel ‘We Still Steal The Old Way’ To Be Released?

The first two films were made for the distributor Anchor Bay UK which became Platform and was then sold to another distributor Kaleidoscope. The film was made right at the start
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Exclusive Interview: Jonathan Sothcott for We Still Steal The Old Way

This week sees the release of British action sequel We Still Steal The Old Way on digital download, with DVD and Blu-ray following on 17th April. The film is a follow-up to the 2014 crime drama We Still Kill The Old Way and sees the return of the old-school Archer gang, led by the charismatic Richie Archer, who this time hatches a plan to pull off an audacious robbery. Halfway through the heist, the gang get caught, and they’re sent down. So far, so good – now they’re in prison they can put into motion their plot to spring fellow inmate George, who desperately needs to get out before his wife dies. Trouble arises when Richie’s arch enemy Vic Farrow gets himself transferred into the prison, wanting to settle some old scores.

We caught up with the film’s producer Jonathan Sothcott to talk about his new film, reuniting the cast,
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‘Assassin’ Blu-ray Review

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Stars: Danny Dyer, Gary Kemp, Martin Kemp, Anouska Mond, Deborah Moore, Robert Cavanah, Holly Weston, Paul Terry, Natalia Ryumina, Bruce Lawrence, Kris Sommerville | Written and Directed by J.K. Amalou

What can we say about Danny Dyer? Well that you probably had a reaction to that name at least shows that he has an impact on the pop culture of movies and television. This isn’t going to be a review that takes a look at him at his worst though, or even his best, but we can’t get away from the fact that Assassin is a film that is using not only his star quality but that of Martin and Gary Kemp to get some attention. Not to say that is a bad thing though.

In Assassin Danny Dyer plays the part of Keith a cold-faced assassin given the job to kill a business man who has managed to
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Production Commences On New British Thriller ‘Assassin’

We’ve just received word from Richwater Films that production has officially kicked off on their new British thriller Assassin, which stars Danny Dyer, Martin Kemp and brother Gary. It is the first time the Kemp brothers have united on screen since the superb 1990 cult crime flick The Krays. Jk Amalou directs from his own script with Jonathan Sothcott (Elfie Hopkins and the upcoming Vendetta) producing.

In addition it is announced today that Anouska Mond (iLL Manors), Holly Weston (John Carter), Eddie Webber (The Firm), Robert Cavanah (Fall Of The Essex Boys) and Deborah Moore (Die Another Day) have joined the cast. Mond and Weston are pictured below.

“I think Jk and I have put together a really cool cast,” says producer Sothcott, “I have had my eye on Anouska Mond for some time, I think she’s really got something about her.” Amalou adds: “We searched long and hard
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DVD Review: "Bullseye" (1990) Starring Michael Caine And Roger Moore

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By Lee Pfeiffer

Actors and directors have a long tradition of trying to pass off exotic vacations as legitimate film making. Sometimes the cynical gambit pays unexpected dividends such as the Rat Pack's decision to shoot Oceans Eleven in between their nightly gigs on stage in the Sands hotel and casino in Las Vegas. They somehow turned out a good movie in between all the drinking, screwing and gambling. John Ford rounded up his stock company and headed to Hawaii for Donovan's Reef, but even with John Wayne on board, Paramount balked at the reed-thin script and old Pappy ended up having to front some of the production costs himself. In 1990, director Michael Winner teamed two of the wittiest and most likable stars- Michael Caine and Roger Moore- for what would appear to be a "no lose" proposition: casting them in an espionage comedy. Winner was well past his sell
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Roger Moore's Daughter Wins Bond Girl Role

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Roger Moore's Daughter Wins Bond Girl Role
The daughter of former 007 Roger Moore has won a role in the latest James Bond film Die Another Day. Deborah Moore, 38, has a cameo as an air hostess in the 20th Bond film, which will be released later this year. Her character meets the British secret agent, played by Pierce Brosnan, but fails to fall for his legendary charms. Roger Moore played Bond seven times between 1973 and 1985 and Deborah has also had her fair share of acting roles. She had her first role in 1971 in The Persuaders alongside her dad and later appeared in the TV series Merlin with Jason Connery, son of another Bond, Sean. Deborah is Roger's daughter from his third marriage to Luisa Mattioli, which ended in 1996 after 27 years.

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