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The Dead 2 India: win tickets to FrightFest premiere & after party

Posted: Jul, 12, 2013

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This your chance to win tickets to The Dead 2: India premiere at FrightFest, attend the after party and also meet Joseph! Visit Film O Filia for full details and to enter!

The Dead 2: India, the highly anticipated follow-up to the award-winning Ford Brothers’ critically acclaimed zombie road movie The Dead (2010) is set to premiere as the opening film at Film 4 FrightFest in London on August 22nd, 2013. As part of promotional campaign in advance of the film’s release, we’ll be giving away two tickets to the FrightFest premiere. The winner will also get to attend the premiere’s after-party; where they’ll be introduced to The Dead 2‘s directors, Howard and John Ford, as well as the film’s star Joseph Millson. 

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Next Stop LAX: London Launch Party

Posted: Jul, 11, 2013

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Some lovely photos of Joseph and Sarah Jane Potts attending the Next Stop LAX: London Launch Party on 9th July can be found on Contact Music, with a couple more on Capital Pictures

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Macbeth: Millson acquits himself forcefully

Posted: Jul, 10, 2013

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Some new reviews for Macbeth, and more great photos from the production on this website

Joseph Millson is faced with the daunting challenge of portraying Macbeth, and he does so superbly. He delves into Macbeth, exposing many different layers of the character including a slightly humorous side which was interesting to see. West End Frame

Millson – heavily bearded, dark and brooding – acquits himself forcefully, with a restless physicality. Metro

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Macbeth: Joseph Millson is a captivating, swarthy Macbeth

Posted: Jul, 09, 2013

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The Times shared a 4 star review for Macbeth online, describing it as utterly absorbing and unusually amusing, but you have to be a sunscriber to read it. Alternatively grab the dead tree version tomorrow. Two more reviews have been shared online this evening.

There are moments when the production comes close to slapstick but it is saved by sensitive performances and Olly Fox’s stirring period score, which is played by musicians on the balcony. Joseph Millson is a captivating, swarthy Macbeth and Samantha Spiro brings a steely composure to the part of his bullying wife, barking orders and insults with relish... Financial Times

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