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Inside Out (U)

Thursday, July 23, 2015
Film pix 23/7/15

Despite gargantuan advances in medical science, we still don’t fully understand the complexities of the human brain: its ability to process vast quantities of information, solve problems and store memories at speeds that put supercomputers to shame.

Film revirew pix 16/7/15

Although its ambitions are grander than the incredible shrinking hero of the title, the latest franchise in the cluttered Marvel Comic universe is refreshingly modest compared to the computer-generated bombast of The Avengers.

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Formed in 1961, The Beach Boys perfectly captured the vitality and exuberance of California’s youth culture, surfing to the top of the charts with harmonised feel-good hits including I Get Around and Help Me, Rhonda.

The Plantation Garden

A pop-up cinema is set to spring up in the Plantation Garden in Norwich next month.

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John Maclean, one-time DJ and sampler with The Beta Band, makes an impressive feature film directorial debut with this stylish western shot on location in New Zealand.

Film director Mike Figgis will speak at Latitude this year.

Academy award nominated film director Mike Figgis is the latest name added to the line-up of this year’s Latitude Festival.

Film crew setting up at the SCVA on the UEA campus. Photo: Bill Smith

Film fans can follow in the footsteps of the Avengers at an event tomorrow night celebrating a Norwich venue’s role in the latest movie about the superheroes.

London Road

A film about the murders of prostitutes by former Norwich landlord Steve Wright in Ipswich holds its premiere on Tuesday evening.

Film pix 4/6/15

Oscar-nominated actress Melissa McCarthy reunites with Bridesmaids writer-director Paul Feig for an action-packed mission, which would leave James Bond decidedly shaken and stirred by its unorthodox approach to 21st-century espionage.

Norwich builders and actors, Martin 'Fergie' Ferguson, left, and Joe Copsey, right, who were in the Norfolk film The Goob, pictured with Norwich director, Guy Myhill. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A pair of Norwich builders star in critically-acclaimed film The Goob. They told reporter SAM RUSSELL about their journey from plastering walls in the Golden Triangle to the red carpet at Venice film festival.

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