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By Vicki on August 27, 2014 • Comments Off • Filed under: Site Updates

By Vicki on July 29, 2014 • Comments Off • Filed under: The Hobbit, Videos

Irish actor Aidan Turner best known for his role as Kili in the Hobbit trilogy became a real-life hero at the Odessa International Film Festival after tackling a mugger that tried to steal a fan’s handbag.

The actor was snapped talking to female fans outside the Hotel Bristol in the Ukrainian city where he was one of the guests of honour at the event taking place until 19 July.

But as he stopped to talk to one young woman, a cyclist came alongside the couple and grabbed the woman’s handbag before accelerating off.

He said: “Fortunately I am not really as short as people who saw the film think I am. They achieved that special effect with millions of dollars of cinema trickery.”

In reality the 31-year-old actor is not only fit but also at 1.8 metres tall, much taller than his on-screen character. He quickly managed to catch up with the thief, pulling him off his bike and grabbing the handbag. But when other people ran up, in the confusion the thief managed to get back on the bike and escape.

The actor said he had been unsure what rules applied to citizens arrests in the country and after recovering the bag he had simply returned it to his grateful fan.

Afterwards after being told that he was a hero he joked: “It’s great to be a real hero for a change rather than just an on-screen one. I think the rescue though was more like something from Indiana Jones than the Hobbit.”

The actor was at the festival in between location filming for the remake of TV show Poldark. Other guests at the festival included Lord David Puttnam and director Stephen Frears, who had all wanted to support the festival given the state of unrest in the Ukraine at the moment.

He admitted that he had got the role as Kili in the Hobbit despite having to admit to the director that he had not read the book. He said: “I think the fact that I was honest with him meant that we had a trusting relationship from the start and that meant it worked well.”

He was working on the Hobbit two years filming in New Zealand and said he fell in love with the place and its natural beauty, even though it was extremely hard work especially with the heavy armour and filming on a daily basis.

He said: “Sometimes I just hope my character would die off as well.”

In between filming he said they passed the time playing football and that it was strange seeing characters dressed as orcs smoking cigarettes and drinking bottles of Coke while waiting for the next thing to be prepared, or even wearing full battle armour whilst playing on a PlayStation.


By Vicki on July 15, 2014 • Comments Off • Filed under: Articles

I have added on set images from this morning. If anyone has any on set images at all please send them in, we will credit you and please supply the date if possible.

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By Vicki on July 1, 2014 • No Comments • Filed under: Images, Poldark

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By Vicki on June 26, 2014 • Comments Off • Filed under: Site Updates

Despite political instability in the country and lack of resources, the Odessa International Film Festival will take place July 11 – 19, 2014, after a successful Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign (See article HERE) The festival has also announced its first guests and new information on its non-competitive program. Awards for films in development, presented at the Industry Office, have been raised. The Film Market for Ukrainian Films will be held from July 14 to 17, 2014.

Stephen Freas Retrospective
The honorary guest, Stephen Frears, will receive a Golden Duke for his contribution to motion picture arts during the festival’s Opening Ceremony. A retrospective of his work is shown at the Festival. While in Odessa, he will also give insights in his work during a master class for the students of the Summer Film School.

Frears is best known for his provocative, stylish and low-budget films about people living on the edge of social and sexual norms. The director of DANGEROUS LIAISONS, THE QUEEN and PHILOMENA has won numerous prestigious awards. He was nominated for the Academy Award, Golden Globe and Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.

Special Guests
The festival will welcome the Irish film and theater actor Aidan Turner , best known for his performance in the TV-series Desperate Romantics, The Tudors and the three part fantasy film “The Hobbit.”

Lord David Puttnam, the British film producer, will be a lector at the Summer Film School. Films he produced include “Midnight Express,” “The Killing Fields” and “The Mission”. So far, his films received 10 Academy Awards and 25 main prizes at the Cannes Film Festival. Also for the Summer Film School, American director

Darren Aronofsky (“Requiem for a Dream,” “The Wrestler , ” “Black Swan,” “Noah”), will present an online master class.

Open-Air Screening Potemkin Stairs
The OIFF audience will have a chance to watch Alfred Hitchcock’s “Blackmail,” accompanied by a symphonic orchestra, as part of the traditional Potemkin Stairs screenings. Shot in 1929, the film occupies a special place in the work of the director, as it was Hitchcock’s both last silent and first sound film. A lesser-known silent version will be screened at the festival.

Also screened open air, Louis Feuillade ’s Fantomas (1913) will be presented at the Langeron descent.

The OIFF 2014 non-competitive program includes several international hits, such as the black and white Polish film “Ida” by Pawe? Pawlikowski; “Life of Riley” , the last film of the great French director Alain Resnais; “Of Horse and Men” , a film by Icelandic director Benedikt Erlingsson; and “Still Life” , the Italian tragicomedy by Uberto Pasolini.

The Film Industry Office program will include pitching sessions, work in progress presentations and “Producer+Director” programs. The invited speakers will present master classes on pitching technologies, scriptwriting and work with audiences. The program is sponsored by Rinat Akhmetov Foundation for Development of Ukraine.

The money prize for the winner of the Ukrainian full-length projects pitching has been raised in 2014 from 25 to 50 thousand hryvnias, thanks to the festival’s Partner, the development company UDP . The official Odessa Film Festival air carrier, Ukrainian International Airlines , introduces a new prize for the best Ukrainian film project in progress, worth USD 3000 for flights provided by the company.

The Film Market will be held from July 14 to 17, 2014.


By Vicki on June 26, 2014 • Comments Off • Filed under: Articles & Interviews

Today is Aidan’s birthday, so a happy birthday to him =]

By Vicki on June 19, 2014 • Comments Off • Filed under: Aidan

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