UK New Film Releases Week 12: 20 March – 26 March 2009

  • New British Feature Films (Fiction) Released in 2009 – 13 [13% of total film releases]
  • New British Fictional Feature Films (Released in 2009) Watched in the Cinema in 2009- 7
  • Total Film Releases in the UK in 2009 – 100
  • The new films on release in the UK from 20 March 2009 are:

    • The Age of Stupid (2008, UK)  Documentary (with a bit of drama)
    • Bottle Shock (USA)
    • Diminished Capacity (USA)
    • Duplicity (USA)
    • Flash of Genius (USA)
    • Il Divo  (IT)
    • Lesbian Vampire Killers (Phil Claydon, 2008, UK) #13 British release 2009
    • Paul Blart: Mall Cop (USA)
    • Knowing (USA) 25 March

    A major shower of Hollywood films this week. Rather routine sounding fare, though. None of the America films jump out as much as Il Divo – a promisingly stylish political thriller from Italy. The milestone this week is reaching a hundred film releases – the equivalent of about one film for every day. Unluckily this week sees the thirteenth British fictional feature of 2009 – Lesbian Vampire Killers, but also the enviromental awareness-raising British documentary-drama-animation The Age of Stupid. In the realm of fantasy, LVK  offers us a country village in Norfolk cursed by Sapphic blood-suckers, and in the domain of docu-drama (mostly docu) The Age of Stupid highlights a Bedfordshire village warding off a ‘curse’ of wind turbines. Nimbies and lesbos, come away.

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    Nimby

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    Lesby

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