New Ken Loach Film Begins Shooting

Sorry We Missed You Sixteen Films

Ken Loach is set to return to the director’s chair for the first time since his Palme d’Or winner ‘I, Daniel Blake’ (2016) with ‘Sorry We Missed You’, which has begun filming in Newcastle.

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Cannes 2023: Glazer, Loach, Kore-eda, More Announced

Jonathan Glazer is set to release his first film since 2013 at the 2023 Cannes International Film Festival. Full line-up of competition films and premieres here.

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The Old Oak (2023) Review

‘The Old Oak’ (2023), the Palme d’Or-nominated “final film” of renowned director Ken Loach’s career, speaks truth to power. Ignore the naysayers. Review by Joseph Wade.

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Sweet Sixteen (2002) Review

Ken Loach and Paul Laverty film ‘Sweet Sixteen’ (2002), telling the tale of a non-educated delinquent in small-town Scotland, packs a tremendously heavy punch. Mark Cornachan reviews.

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Kes (1969) Review

Kes Movie Screengrab Kestrel

“Kes (1969) is one of the premiere British films ever made. A bold, critical, moving masterpiece from one of the true masters of the form.” Joseph Wade’s review of Ken Loach film ‘Kes’.

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Sorry We Missed You (2019) Review

Kris Hitchin Sorry We Missed You

‘I, Daniel Blake’ was “our quiet rage”, ‘Sorry We Missed You’ is an impassioned cry for help. Joseph Wade reviews the latest film from Ken Loach, the Cannes nominated ‘Sorry We Missed You’.

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Peterloo (2018) Review

Mike Leigh Peterloo Movie

“If Ken Loach’s ‘I, Daniel Blake’ was “our quiet rage”, then Mike Leigh’s ‘Peterloo’ was our very real, contemporary fears” according to Joseph Wade in his review of the 2018 film.

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