Billy Elliot

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Brian Tufano obituary
Cinematographer who brought his imaginative sensibilities to films such as Trainspotting, Billy Elliot and Quadrophenia

Ryan Gilbey

26, Jan, 2023 @6:02 PM

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Billy Elliot the Musical review – the boy who just wants to dance is back in an electric new production
Nikolai Foster’s new version is more like a play with dance and songs, giving ideas around love and loss, community and isolation, passion and violence room to breathe

Miriam Gillinson

24, Jul, 2022 @2:07 PM

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Billy Elliot the Musical review – the sweetest spots are still the strongest
Sydney Lyric theatre
Dance is the rightful soul of a show that reminds us we’re stronger, and better, when we look out for each other

Cassie Tongue

20, Oct, 2019 @5:00 PM

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Billy Elliot musical axes dates in Hungary amid claims it could 'turn children gay’
Ticket sales fall after media outlets close to PM say show promotes ‘deviant way of life’

Daniel Nolan in Budapest

22, Jun, 2018 @3:38 PM

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'Absolutely kills me': you pick your saddest movie scenes
Our writers picked their peaks of cinematic sadness and you responded with animated elephants, Christmas melancholy and emotional reunions

Guardian readers

19, May, 2018 @9:00 AM

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Jamie Bell on 6 Days: 'I was terrified – they were firing guns at me'
The one-time child actor talks about box-office disasters and training to play the leader of a crack SAS team in the new thriller 6 Days, about the 1980 Iranian embassy siege

Kate Hutchinson

03, Nov, 2017 @3:01 PM

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La La Land meets Isle of Wight in Minghella Jr’s debut as a director
Max Minghella follows in father Anthony’s footsteps as a screenwriter and director

Dalya Alberge

22, Jul, 2017 @11:05 PM

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Burberry Christmas campaign celebrates Billy Elliot
Fashion company recruits celebrities including Romeo Beckham, James Corden and Naomi Campbell to recreate the film’s opening scene

Rebecca Smithers Consumer affairs correspondent

03, Nov, 2015 @6:25 PM

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Village shares its Billy Elliot stories at live screening of West End show
Durham village of Easington where film was made gets special mention as performance of musical is beamed to cinemas

Helen Pidd, northern editor

28, Sep, 2014 @5:42 PM

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The battle between capital and labour is still raging on film | Zoe Williams
Zoe Williams: Pride, Billy Elliott and Brassed Off see the crushing of unions for what it was – a new phase in a war that never really went away

Zoe Williams

22, Sep, 2014 @5:00 AM

Billy Elliot proves hit on TV too
The British film industry's campaign for more TV showings for British-made films was given a major fillip yesterday when it was revealed that Billy Elliot was the most popular film screened on terrestrial channels last year.

Martin Wainwright

04, Jun, 2004 @1:29 AM

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Guardian/ NFT interview: Stephen Daldry

Stephen Daldry has followed up an acclaimed first film, Billy Elliot, with the even more fancied The Hours. The day after The Hours was nominated for nine Oscars, Daldry spoke to the Guardian's theatre critic Michael Billington about the film, awards and his love for theatre

Michael Billington

12, Feb, 2003 @6:01 PM

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