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  1. Casting Announced for the World Premiere of Paul Auster's City of GlassRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... and The Comedy of Errors (RSC), The Reporter (National Theatre) and Arden of Faversham (White Bear). His film debut, Weekend, scooped numerous awards including the Audience Award at South By Southwest and Toronto's Inside Out LGBT Film Festival, the ...

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  2. Casting Announced For The World Premiere Of Paul Auster's City of GlassRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... and The Comedy of Errors (RSC), The Reporter (National Theatre) and Arden of Faversham (White Bear). His film debut, Weekend, scooped numerous awards including the Audience Award at South By Southwest and Toronto's Inside Out LGBT Film Festival, the ...

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  3. '100 Streets' Tells Familiar Stories That Cross Race, Class And Generational LinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 12 | WGBH

    ... (Gemma Arterton), who's understandably torn between him and an overeager lover played by the delicious Tom Cullen ( Weekend and, if we must, Downton Abbey ). Orbiting this tortured love triangle are subplots involving Charlie Creed-Miles as George, ...

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  4. '100 Streets' Tells Familiar Stories That Cross Race, Class And Generational LinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 12 | National Public Radio

    ... (Gemma Arterton), who's understandably torn between him and an overeager lover played by the delicious Tom Cullen ( Weekend and, if we must, Downton Abbey ). Orbiting this tortured love triangle are subplots involving Charlie Creed-Miles as George, ...

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  5. Seven Films We Look Forward to Distracting Us in Early 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 28 | Denver Westword

    ... but as the two talk and amble across pre-dawn Paris, Theo and Hugo becomes a pleasant cross between Andrew Haigh's Weekend and an exceptionally well-crafted PSA. 2) They Call Us Monsters (January 20) Ben Lear (son of TV producer Norman Lear) directs ...

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  6. Seven Films We Look Forward to Distracting Us in Early 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 21, 2016 | Phoenix New Times

    ... but as the two talk and amble across pre-dawn Paris, Theo and Hugo becomes a pleasant cross between Andrew Haigh's Weekend and an exceptionally well-crafted PSA. 2) They Call Us Monsters (January 20) Ben Lear (son of TV producer Norman Lear) directs ...

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  7. Seven Films We Look Forward to Distracting Us in Early 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2016 | Houston Press

    ... but as the two talk and amble across pre-dawn Paris, Theo and Hugo becomes a pleasant cross between Andrew Haigh's Weekend and an exceptionally well-crafted PSA. 2) They Call Us Monsters (January 20) Ben Lear (son of TV producer Norman Lear) directs ...

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  8. Seven Films We Look Forward to Distracting Us in Early 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2016 | Miami New Times

    ... but as the two talk and amble across pre-dawn Paris, Theo and Hugo becomes a pleasant cross between Andrew Haigh's Weekend and an exceptionally well-crafted PSA. 2) They Call Us Monsters (January 20) Ben Lear (son of TV producer Norman Lear) directs ...

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  9. The Criterion Collection Adds 45 Years, Being There, and Blow-Up, and ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2016 | Shockya.com

    In this exquisitely calibrated film by Andrew Haigh (Weekend), Charlotte Rampling (The Night Porter) and Tom Courtenay (Billy Liar) perform a subtly off-kilter pas de deux as Kate and Geoff, an English couple who, on the eve of an anniversary ...

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  10. DVD: "Lazy Eye," "Shared Rooms," "Looking: The Complete Series," & MoreRead the original story

    Nov 21, 2016 | Queerty

    Lazy Eye sees a pair of ex-boyfriends reconnect over a weekend, while Shared Rooms tracks three gay couples that connect during the holiday season. Finally, fans of HBO's Looking can have a binge watch with Looking: The Complete Series And The Movie .

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  11. Toronto Film Festival Rendezvous with Madness Gets Serious About Mental HealthRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Torontoist

    ... Emmy winner, sometimes clone, and Toronto local Tatiana Maslany (along with her real-life partner Tom Cullen, from Weekend ). The film tracks the rocky relationship between the grief-stricken Cullen and Maslany's bipolar lead, who Now Magazine ...

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  12. Go Watch These Movies, Oct. 26- Nov. 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2016 | Willamette Week

    From Afar B- A wealthy, middle-aged Armando spends his spare time paying street kids for sex acts. When A A Single Man , Andrew Haigh's Weekend ), but in so doing relies on a regressive portrayal of homosexuality that leaves the audience unable to empathize.

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  13. Jack O'Connell to Star in Andrew Haigh's Alexander McQueen BiopicRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2016 | Towleroad

    ... McQueen in a new biopic about the ill-fated sartorial visionary directed by Andrew Haigh ( 45 Years , Looking , Weekend ). O'Connell's previous credits include Angelina Jolie's WWII drama Unbroken and Jodie Foster's Wall Street saga Money Monster . ...

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  14. Jack O'Connell Cast As Fashion Designer Alexander McQueen In Upcoming BiopicRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2016 | Queerty

    ... by Chris Urch, based on the biography "Blood Beneath the Skin," by Andrew Wilson. Haigh's previously films include "Weekend" and "45 Years." He has also written and directed episodes of the HBO television show "Looking." "In 2009, Alexander McQueen ...

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  15. O'Connell To Lead Alexander McQueen FilmRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2016 | Dark Horizons News

    ... has been cast as the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen in an untitled biopic to be directed by Andrew Haigh ("Weekend," "45 Years") for Pathe. The story will explore the creative process of McQueen in the months leading up to one of his ...

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  16. Jack O'Connell to star in Alexander McQueen biopicRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2016 | BBC News

    ... transcended fashion to become art." The movie will be directed by Andrew Haigh, who has previously made 45 Years and Weekend, with a script by Chris Urch. Filming will start next spring.

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  17. Jack O'Connell to Play Alexander McQueen in BiopicRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2016 | Hollywood Reporter

    ... ( Unbroken, '71 ) has been cast as the late fashion designer in the untitled film, to be directed by Andrew Haigh ( Weekend , 45 Years ) with Pathe producing. The script is written by Chris Urch, the award-winning playwright of The Rolling Stone and ...

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  18. Indian film 'Loev' shows self-acceptance in an unaccepting societyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2016 | ThinkProgress

    ... S-a Sso much so that he forgot to pay the electric bill, and he doesn't even care, despite the fact that it's the weekend and it's 40 A C (104 A F). His boyfriend Sahil (Dhruv Ganesh), the kind of guy who likes everything to be in its place, is not ...

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  19. Here's some of the best things airing tonight on TV.Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2016 | NorthJersey.com

    ... past. Geraldine James and Dolly Wells are featured in this character-driven film from writer-director Andrew Haigh ("Weekend"). 8 p.m., FOOD: All-Star Halloween Spectacular - In Las Vegas, some of the biggest personalities on Food Network, HGTV and ...

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  20. Synchronicity Adapting 'His Bloody Project' As Series;...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2016 | Deadline

    ... the BAFTA and Golden Globe-winning BBC/Masterpiece mini Wolf Hall . Synchronicity Films co-produced Andrew Haigh's Weekend and Scottish BAFTA nominee Not Another Happy Ending . Its current projects include The Cry for BBC One, a six-part emotional ...

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