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Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake, the Film That Made Everyone Cry, Wins At Cannes

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture

Controversy abounded at Sunday night’s closing ceremony for the Cannes Film Festival, where one film that split critics, Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake, and one that set off a maelstrom of bad reviews, Xavier Dolan’s It’s Only the End ...

‘I, Daniel Blake’ Trailer: Director Ken Loach Fights the System With This Palme d’Or-Winning Drama

Entertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Today is the 80th birthday of director Ken Loach, one of the most prolific and respected filmmakers of the past half-century. The breadth of his filmography is astonishing – between 1967 and 2016, there have only been a handful of y...

The Morning Read: Pixar Rescues Loach’s Last, Rebooting X-Men and More

Entertainment / Film : Film School Rejects

The best movie culture writing from around the internet-o-sphere. Just leave a tab open for us, will ya? “Pixar Answers Ken Loach’s Appeal” — The good news is that Ken Loach has another movie in him. The bad news is that it might be...

Loach at his most Loach

Arts : Night and Day

I, Daniel Blake is a Ken Loach film about a Newcastle joiner who can’t work but faces a welfare bureaucracy… The post Loach at his most Loach appeared first on The Spectator.

Director Ken Loach Criticizes 'Fake Nostalgia' of TV Period Dramas

Technology : News Week: Technology and Science

British filmmaker Ken Loach has criticized British television broadcasters for indulging in a “rosy vision of the past” by airing period dramas such as Downton Abbey. Although the hit ITV period drama concluded in 2015, it has inspi...


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