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Daisy Edwards

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I have been interning in PR for almost a year, generally focusing on film and entertainment PR. I've studied digital film production for a year at university and have experience in interviewing talent and hosting webcasts. Currently aiming to watch all the pop-culture classics and just be as involved in film and TV as possible. My favourite films include Back To The Future, Pulp Fiction and a lot of people say I'm obsessed with Star Wars.

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Review

Back in 2012, the decision to cast Hollywood high-flyer Tom Cruise as towering and built ex-army major Jack Reacher wasn’t met with unanimous praise. At...

Exclusive: 5 Minutes with ‘Lost Girls’ Director Julia Verdin

Hollywood Producer, Julia Verdin had her Directorial Debut, Lost Girls, selected for this year's Raindance Film Festival. We got a chance to see the...

Lost Girls Review

According to the International Labor Organisation, 4.5 million people are victims of sex trafficking worldwide including the US’. This fact is part of the final...

The Guv’nor Review

Lenny McClean is remembered differently depending on which generation you belong to. Those around in the 70s saw him as a skilled bare-knuckle boxer....

Gangsters, Gamblers and Geezers Review

The urban comedy is surprisingly sparse in the market with Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels & Snatch at the forefront. Others are...

Urban Hymn Review

The riots that took place in London and several other English cities in August 2011 were a shock to everyone, especially those living and...

Free State of Jones Review

Compared to the US, British knowledge of the American Civil War in 1861-1865 is expected maybe to not be as strong as in the...

Deepwater Horizon Review

There's always the conversation when Hollywood turns a real-life event into an epic blockbuster or Oscar-worthy drama: how much is true to life and...

Michael Bublé – Tour Stop 148 Review

With fans in their millions, Canadian jazz and swing singer, Michael Bublé has become a household name since hit Home came out in 2005. Known...

Embrace of the Serpent DVD Review

Accounts of many of the Amazonian cultures are few and far between, making it very difficult for us to know anything about such a...

The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years Review

Becoming famous is besmirched as easy and frivolous these days. In a world full of reality stars, vloggers with millions of subscribers, and viral...

Hell or High Water Review

Right off the back of playing a lead iconic character for the third time, in the rebooted trilogy of one of the biggest and...

Kubo and the Two Strings Review

Kubo and the Two Strings is the stop-animated successor of Coraline, Paranorman, and the Boxtrolls. Helmed from talented animator Travis Knight as his directorial...

An Entanglement Review

Unlike feature films, plays, concerts etc., short films aren't necessarily viewed as an entertainment medium for the casual viewer. With films like An Entanglement,...