Award-winning film director Ken Loach highlighted the side of Bath that many people do not see - the poverty and the foodbanks - as his latest film was nominated for five Bafta awards.I, Daniel Blake.. Bath Chronicle
Bath director Ken Loach has received five award nominations for awards at next month's Baftas.Loach picked up a nomination for Best Director and Outstanding British Film, an award he would share with.. Bath Chronicle
Fresh from its sweeping success at the Golden Globes, Damien Chazelle’s La La Land is topping the board in this year’s British Academy Award nominations. The musical romance has been selected for a.. Source: Euronews English -
Andrew Garfield and Emily Blunt are leading the British charge for awards in this year's Baftas. Dev Patel, Hugh Grant and Naomie Harris are also hopefuls, while Ken Loach is nominated for I, Daniel.. Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -
Valerie Bruni Tedeschi in the movie “Like Crazy”. The Italian-French actress is among the nominees for Best Actress in the European Film Awards.
She portrays a patient of a psychiatric clinic.. Source: euronews (in English) -
British director Ken Loach is back with the touching drama 'I, Daniel Blake'. The film tells the story of 59 year-old carpenter Daniel, who loses his job due to health conditions. Source: Cover Video -
"I am not a client, a customer, nor a service user. I am not a shirker, a scrounger, a beggar, nor a thief. I am not a national insurance number, nor a blip on a screen".So begins the final, defiant,.. The Sentinel Stoke
The rebellious statement 'I, Daniel Blake' has been daubed onto the side of Exeter Jobcentre in black paint.The words, mirroring the conclusion of Ken Loach's film of the same name, have appeared.. Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette Also reported by •Exeter Express and Echo
NORTH Devon Labour members recently campaigned outside Ilfracombe's Embassy cinema where a film tackling the issue of male unemployment was being screened. Earlier this month Ken Loach's acclaimed film.. North Devon Journal
The recently released film I, Daniel Blake reflects the reality of how people are being failed by the welfare system, according to the head of Exeter CAB.The Palme d'Or winning film, directed by Ken.. Exeter Express and Echo Also reported by •Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette
Anti-austerity protestors took their message protesting at the Government's Autumn Statement to the streets of Bristol on Wednesday evening – inspired by the film I, Daniel Blake.The campaign group.. Bristol Post
A Leicester woman says she was moved to launch an Advent food box scheme for her local food bank after watching I, Daniel Blake. Katy Wheatley, from Knighton, said she was inspired to do something to.. Leicester Mercury
BAFTA-nominated film-maker Ken Loach based his recent critically-acclaimed move 'I, Daniel Blake' on his experiences at St Ann's Advice Centre in Nottingham.The veteran filmmaker, who is responsible.. Nottingham Post
THE Government's bedroom tax has been dealt a blow after a family with a severely disabled child won a Supreme Court ruling.Paul and Susan Rutherford, who care for their teenage grandson Warren, had.. South Wales Evening Post Also reported by •Carmarthen Journal •Llanelli Star
Dorking's Radical Film Festival came to a moving climax as an audience gathered at Dorking Halls for a showing of Ken Loach's award-winning film, I, Daniel Blake.Following the tribulations of carpenter.. Surrey Mirror
Monday 7 November, 2016The British Academy of Film and Television Arts in Scotland, BAFTA Scotland, has announced the winners of this year's British Academy Scotland Awards at a glamorous red carpet.. Pressat
The Nest is the story of a couple preparing for the birth of their first child. It has slick dialogue, fine acting, simple but effective sets, and an impressive original score by PJ Harvey, but somehow.. City A.M.
A blistering and emotional incident of faceless bureaucracy is made by veteran British film maker Ken Loach in his superb new movie, I, Daniel Blake, which deservedly won the Palme d’Or at the 2016.. OntheBox.com
November is the month when many Christians remember the dead. This year, in the same month, the Institute of Economic Affairs is focusing on that other constant of life – taxes. Sadly in the UK,.. City A.M.