On 20 June, UK fans can see How To Be as part of City Screen’s Robert Pattinson special screenings of Twilight, How To Be and Little Ashes. All three films will be playing together at five cinema locations in the UK. Contact the cinemas for ticketing information.
City Screen Picturehouse in York
Picturehouse at Fact in Liverpool
Harbour Lights Picturehouse in… Continue
Attention all UK Little Ashes enthusiasts! If Little Ashes does not appear to be playing near you, no worries…all hope is not lost. Beginning May 8th, you can download Little Ashes via Film Flex On Demand. After subscribing and installing the required cable technology, you are able to instantly download the film and keep it for at least 24 hours, giving you the opportunity to rewind to watch over and over again. Little Ashes will be available through… Continue
It's funny how fame can strike those least likely. The last time I met Robert Pattinson was in late 2004. It was on the set of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, in which he played the murdered Hogwarts pupil Cedric Diggory. A shy, gawky 18-year-old, this boy from Barnes did not seem a star in the making. Nor did he look "exotically beautiful", as The New York Times dubbed him upon viewing his career-making performance as the lovelorn… Continue
What can I say, I laughed and cried, I love when a film moves me like that. Outstanding performances by both Rob and Javier, beautiful settings, music and supporting cast. At first I just saw Rob, then I began to see Saldavor. Rob really put his heart and soul into the role.
After the film, Paul and Phillipa did a Q&A. Phillipa said she drew the first draft back in 2000. Someone asked if they had considered filming the movie in…Continue
"Little Ashes was shown tonight at the Cine Lumiere in London as part of the “Lorca on Film” film series. The film was introduced by director Paul Morrison and screenwriter Philippa Goslet. Anja was there and sent us her report:
What can I say, I laughed and cried, I love when a film moves me like that. Outstanding…Continue
Excerpt from Review We eagerly anticipated the arrival of Rob, who makes a dramatic entrance dressed flamboyantly frilly and sporting the oddest haircut possibly ever seen on film. However after about 10 minutes the story and acting took over and we were enthralled by the most wonderful cinematography and musical score. Spain never looked more stunning and each location was filmed to its advantage, particularly the scene where Lorca and…Continue
..in his upcoming film, Little Ashes. He plays Salvador Dali alongside Javier Beltrán, who plays Dali’s lover García Lorca. The Advocate has a great article about the relationship the men had, and reveals that in the film Robert Pattinson has some pretty steamy scenes–
Their affair became legendary, inspiring the new film Little Ashes, flush with dreamy scenes of Lorca (portrayed by the Spanish actor Javier Beltrán) and Dali (played… Continue