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P.S Cheeky returned online to listen to a first draft of episode expertly edited by producer 🤪
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Soho on Screen Jun 13
It's now a casino and lap dancing club...
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Soho Bites: A Soho on Screen Podcast Jun 12
We had a great time last night talking to about Secrets of a Windmill Girl from 1966 and thank you for these fantastic photographs!
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Soho on Screen Jun 12
International academics, please sign!
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Jingan Young 楊靜安 Jun 12
Dear international friends, If you believe in democracy, basic human rights, freedom to say, do and be whoever you want without state control, please support Hong Kong. Write / call your local lawmaker. Post your solidarity on social media.
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Jingan Young 楊靜安 Jun 12
I am in shock. I am in tears. I am praying for him! How the hell can this be happening? My home is in chaos.
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Jingan Young 楊靜安 Jun 12
WHY WON'T YOU RELEASE A STATEMENT Britain has an obligation to assist in upholding Hong Kong's rule of law. One Country, Two Systems hasn't expired. You haven't responded to the extradition bill OR the chaos today.
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Soho on Screen Jun 12
Hitchcock and Salvador Dali collaboration!
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Dr Retro Ramblings Jun 11
Just spent some time being interviewed for the podcast, part of the project. It was really exciting to be inside the real BBC. Can’t wait to hear the finished episode!
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Soho on Screen Jun 11
Just DM'd you. Hope it's all ok. Heard there were monsoons?
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Soho on Screen Jun 11
this is not relevant but
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Soho on Screen Jun 11
Looking forward to this evening's discussion (and finally meeting!) for with on sexploitation fare SECRETS OF A WINDMILL GIRL (1966) directed by Arnold L Miller. Opening sequence is an allegory for car crash of a film, ahem
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Jingan Young 楊靜安 Jun 11
The millions marching in the street prove that Hong Kong’s people have spoken – and we will not live in fear of China’s authoritarian shadow. Me, on Hong Kong's 1 million citizens protest against the controversial extradition bill for
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Soho on Screen Jun 11
Replying to @Sohoonscreen
also my 2009 dvd copy is pretty poor quality do i or do i not shell for bfi restored version or indeed someone could gift it me?
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Soho on Screen Jun 11
Current mood: (Anthony Newley, The Small World of Sammy Lee, 1963).
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Jingan Young 楊靜安 Jun 11
Soho in the A.M. always reminds me of Sammy Lee but in brilliant Eastmancolor.
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Soho on Screen Jun 11
just gonna leave this here
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Soho on Screen Jun 11
To all those film studies grad/PhD students who are currently screenshotting the bazoo out of their filmographies, I salute you. I can't feel my fingers.
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Soho on Screen Jun 10
Replying to @BritFilmMelanie
Oh, I must've skimmed over the book and her appearance cause all I remember is the scene when she unpacks and then she's being glanced over by Martha and is force fed. And the Soho scene ... heehee😀
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Jingan Young 楊靜安 Jun 10
Oh, dare I say it, 'Always Be My Maybe' on might be an even better romcom than Crazy Rich Asians. Though it must be said, it's doing something entirely different. The food, family politics, values, I see my life - more importantly - spam and rice. ❤️
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