I will be sharing a few of my picks of the festival over the next few days, kicking off with the wonderful LIBERAL ARTS (pictured below), a Josh Radnor scripted and directed fare that screened to audiences for the first time on Thursday evening.
The film was a fave from this year’s Sundance in Park City, and this evening Radnor turned up to the fantastic Cineworld at The O2 to introduce his film, which also stars Zac Efron, Elizabeth Olsen and Richard Jenkins.
While not alluding to the introcate details of my review, it is definitely one of the stand outs of the whole fest, and if you’re in town, you will be able to catch it at further screenings across the weekend (check out the full schedule here).Redford himself took part in a special Q+A with the press on Thursday morning at the same cinema multiplex where all of the scheduled movies will screen, and I had the pleasure of being amongst the packed press crowd, eagerly awaiting the arrival of such a huge star, and the man who is ‘Sundance,’ ‘The Great Gatsby’.
Johnny Hooker in THE STING, and of course Bob Woodward in ALL THE PRESIDENTS MEN . The 75-year-old appeared, not looking a day over fifty, and sincerely and honestly addressed the waiting press, all of whom knew they were in the prescence of a Hollywood legend.Read more on thehollywoodnews.com