Echo Chamber - 95
This week on #EchoChamber we take a look at The Movie Partnership's 'Hard Night Falling', Lionsgate UK's 'The Swing of Things' and eOne's real life cover-up story 'Dark Waters'.
PLUS, don't forget BFI Japan 2020 and the incredible Indiegogo 'Cinema Showtime' project whose funds will help MediCinema So, why not join forces with Strike Media, MyFilmClub & Creative Path Ltd and make this happen!
This week we have:
Hard Night Falling
Release Date: 15th June 2020
Director: Giorgio Bruno
Cast: Dolph Lundgren, Hal Yamanouchi, Natalie Burn, Mario Opinato, Brice Martinet & Andrea Scarduzio
Credit: Sun Film Group, West Arts, Explorer Entertainment,
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Running Time: 85 min
The Swing Of Things
Release Date: 6th July 2020
Director: Matt Shapiro
Cast: Luke Wilson, Chord Overstreet, Olivia Culpo, Adelaide Kane, Jon Lovitz, Linda Purl and Dot-Marie Jones
Credit: Redwire Pictures, Reflecting Pool Productions, Sprockefeller Pictures, Lionsgate UK
Running Time: 93 min
DVD Release Date: 6th July 2020
Director: Todd Haynes
Cast: Mark Ruffalo, Anne Hathaway, Tim Robbins, Bill Camp, Victor Garber, Mare Winningham, William Jackson Harper, and Bill Pullman
Credit: Participant, Willi Hill, Killer Content, Amblin Partners, Entertainment One, Universal Pictures
Genre: Biography, Drama, History
Running Time: 126 min
***BFI Japan 2020***
In this major season we spotlight Japanese filmmakers who have inspired admiration and fascination around the world
More information here.
BFI Player: here.
Discover classic and cult films including exclusive Mark Kermode introductions. Free for 14 days, then £4.99 a month - cancel any time
Cinema Showtime is the new multi-media project from Creative Path Group Ltd, Strike Media Ltd and MyFilmClub.
There is a Indiegogo crowdfunding page, with a £25,000
Flexible Goal. With this, they aim to help MediCinema, the charity that brings the magic of film to hospitals.
If you'd like to be part of this, you can get more information and donate, here.
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