Tag Archives: Ken Loach

Loach returns with another masterpiece on the state of Britain

Described by critics as one of director Ken Loach’s best, if not the best, it is a pity that the David Lean Cinema were not able to deliver Sorry We Missed You to the widest possible audience before this week’s … Continue reading

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Film-maker Loach comes to Croydon to talk benefits and Blake

Ken Loach, the award-winning film director who came out of retirement to make I, Daniel Blake, the acclaimed account of life in Britain on benefits, will be visiting Croydon tomorrow to take part in a series of events organised by … Continue reading

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Campaign offers Loach’s last movie, Woody Allen and gigolos

The Save the David Lean Cinema Campaign continues to go from strength to strength, as shown by its September programme, announced yesterday. In addition to the regular screenings on Thursdays, the Campaign is staging two additional screenings in the coming … Continue reading

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