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The Global Film Village: Odeon Lets Disney Out of Rabbit Hole

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(c) 2010 The Walt Disney Company. All rights reserved. by Marc Halperin After late night wrangling a settlement was reached between the Walt Disney Company and the UK's  largest exhibition chain  which is also the largest in Europe and largest in the world outside of North America to allow screening of Tim Burton's Alice. The Odeon boycott had also included its theatres in Ireland and Italy. The Boycott had grown to include several other theatre chains in Holland. The...

London Festival opens tonight

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This year's Festival gets underway tonight with the eagerly anticipated World Premiere of Frost/Nixon at the Odeon Leicester Square. If you haven't managed to get hold of tickets, don't forget you can join our standby queue from 45 mins before the screening starts, at our Festival box office at the Odeon West End. Away from the red carpet, there are a whole host of great films from around the world screening over the next few days. ...

London Festival opened with the (late) " Last King of Scotland"

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The 50th edition of the Festival had a fitting Ugandian opening last night in Odeon Leicester Square with The Last King of Scotland playing an hour and half late due to a delayed Forrest Whitaker.Oscar-winning documentary director Kevin Macdonald received a remarkable response from the audience for his debut fiction feature, and was joined on stage by cast members, including Forest Whitaker, James McAvoy and Gillian Anderson.A naive young doctor arrives in 1970’s Uganda – hoping for fun, sun...
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