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PostPosted: Wed Aug 20, 2008 5:36 pm 

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The projection at the Roxy has to be from DVD. The screen and the sound system at the Roxy are very good and we really hope you would not be disappointed by attending our screenings there. Also, as you realise, many of the films we release are just not satisfactorily available in any other format.

Anytime that we have screenings from 35mm prints (such as our recent THE ROUND-UP and MARKETA LAZAROVA screenings), we will always let you know that by posting here.

The first two screenings of our Roxy season have had good attendances and so we will continue with the screenings there at least to the end of 2008. They take place on the Second Monday of each month and we hope to see many of you there.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 7:29 pm 

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We would simply like to send you all our best wishes for a healthy and peaceful 2009. Thank you very much for all the support you have given us and the effort you make to buy and watch our releases and keep in contact with us.

For 2009, we are preparing many films that we are very proud to be able to release and which we hope you will be delighted to see.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 02, 2010 7:35 pm 
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More Marc Isaacs:
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We're proud to announce that we'll be releasing MEN OF THE CITY in a double-bill Special Edition DVD paired with his award-winning 2007 film ALL WHITE IN BARKING later in the year.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 02, 2010 7:58 pm 
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Weird, I was just thinking about Isaac's Men of the City last night!
I managed to see this one at a Q&A with Isaacs a few months ago.
Unlike the previous Second Run set, Isaac's is largely on the move, following various characters in their daily lives in London - a advert sign holder, a rubbish collector, business exec, a broker (I believe).

The Broker and the Sign Holder's stories were most interesting for me. Isaac's began filming shortly before the recession, so we have this successful, content man discussing his job and his life, then one day while Isaacs is filming him in the office, all the share prices plummet and everything goes wrong. He naturally changes a lot from this point on! Also worth looking out for the weird self-imposed relationship he has with his children...

The Sign Holder's story plays like a neorealist film and is a pretty heartbreaking turn of fate.

The flaw with the film I found was the Bin Man, who seems to be acting the entire time. Isaacs' cross-cuts between the various people telling their story seemingly chronologically; but the Bin Man's story seems to just involve him artificially viewing the other characters, or sitting on a park bench smiling; traveling on a train etc : always looking happy, the sun shining on him. While the other characters are experiencing complex and miserable problems..


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 26, 2010 4:06 pm 

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We would like to give our thanks to all of you for your help and generosity in making 2010 a successful year for our releases and for giving us the encouragement to keep on with our work. We are already preparing a number of films for 2011 and hope that you will be happy to see those and continue giving us your support.

Our best wishes to you all for a peaceful and healthy 2011.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 01, 2014 3:39 pm 

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With 2013 just ending we would like to thank all of you for your support and custom and good words, all of which go to give us the confidence to keep re-investing in our business and so also allow us to continue doing what we love.

Very best wishes for a happy and healthy 2014 to you and your important ones.


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