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Widescreen Weekend, Pictureville
Claire Bloom

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Text and images by: Thomas Hauerslev Date: 26.03.2011
Great media interest for Mrs. Bloom, who just turned 80 in February 2011
 
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2011 Widescreen Program

Film introductions

Widescreen Weekend Mission Report 2011

"It's Bloody Marvellous" Widescreen Weekend 2011

Gallery highlights: Stanley Long
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Reception | Friday | Saturday | Sunday | Monday

Widescreen Weekend Home

Past Widescreen Weekend programs

Creating the Widescreen Weekend

Projecting the Widescreen Weekend

Planning the Widescreen Weekend

Travel to Bradford

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BIFF
 
Great audience interest for an autograph - here Tom March (Canada) and Mrs. Bloom

 
 
Artistic Director Tony Earnshaw and Claire Bloom on stage in a near-full Pictureville Cinema

"Appearing in "Limelight" gave me the most joy of any film I was in"
 
 
"I was offered the role of Esther in "Ben Hur", but didn't get it in the end. I wanted to be in "Ben Hur""

"I admire Ken Russel"
 
 
"I turned down a role in "El Cid", because it meant I had to be away from my 1-year old daughter for 6 months."

"I don't know if I'm a lady, and I don't give a damm"
 
"I became and actress because of Snow White when I was little"
 
 
"YouTube - the greatest thing for actors - ever"  
Artistic director Tony Earshaw and Claire Bloom with her BIFF’s Lifetime Achievement Award

 
 
 
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