Actor Clive Owen is on the jury of Design Hotels’ Don’t Forget the Popcorn photo contest. He joins experts such as, inter alia, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Palme d’Or winner 2010, Efe Cakarel, founder and CEO of the online cinémathèque MUBI, Turkish director Reha Erdem, and Iranian director Amir Naderi.
The promotion, held since September in collaboration with Leica and MUBI, asked entrants to take photographs of their own re-enactments of iconic movie scenes in a hotel. The winning photographs are being exhibited this Saturday, February 12, at Hotel Q in Berlin, during the Berlinale International Film Festival, and online at www.DesignHotels.com/popcorn.
Prizes include free nights at the Dolder Grand, a luxury city retreat perched above Lake Zürich, and Alila Villas Soori, an idyllic property next to Bali’s black-sand beaches. Other prizes include a Playstation 3 and a Leica D-Lux 5 camera.
HOLLYWOOD film star Clive Owen has been bringing a touch of Tinseltown glamour to Coventry.
The 46-year-old city actor has appeared in blockbuster movies such as Closer, The Bourne Identity, Gosford Park, Children Of Men and Sin City, but returned to his Coventry roots to inspire young local performers.
He met the city’s new generation of acting hopefuls during a surprise visit home.
The former Binley Park schoolboy first began acting as a member of the Belgrade Youth Theatre and dropped into the city centre venue to chat to the theatre’s current youth theatre members about his acting experiences. Read the rest of this entry »
HOLLYWOOD actor Clive Owen came to Beaconsfied to help raise money for the South Bucks Hospice.
Owen, 46, introduced his new film, Beyond Borders, which also stars Angelina Jolie, before a screening at Beaconsfield National Film and Television School last Friday.
Film producer Alana O’Neill also spoke with TV presenter Mike Cattermole.
Karen Cross, of South Bucks Hospice Appeals, said: “These events are invaluable, not only for the funds they raise but also for raising awareness of the hospice which in turn we hope will increase the amount of money we raise to keep this invaluable service going for existing and future patients.’
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