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part of a small rebellion | by maryann johanson

how to watch David Tennant and Catherine Tate’s Much Ado About Nothing online (and other adventures in social networking)

What my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today:
• I’m finding it difficult to imagine what a film festival in a crazy-ass fascist dictatorship like North Korea would be like… Film festival opens in movie-crazy North Korea

• Someone was asking about how to watch David Tennant and Catherine Tate’s Much Ado About Nothing online. And here it is! It’s not free (but pretty cheap), and it’s available outside the UK, too. Enjoy. Digital Theatre: Much Ado About Nothing

• Love it. Oscar Wilde Ken

Oscar Wilde Ken

• For those who are confused about this important matter. Why You Should Go Out Of Your Way To See The Master In 70mm

• I saw a dude in Leicester Square wearing Monkey Jesus on a t-shirt the other day. I bet this “artist” didn’t get a royalty for that, either. Sue the bastards! Spanish woman who disfigured painting of Christ lawyers up, wants money

• Every low-budget British indie ever. Brilliant. Kevin Curtis Is a Dead Man

(hat-tips for today’s links: bronxbee, @krizanovich)

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  • RogerBW

    That is a truly excellent trailer. But I fear its message is too subtle.

  • Tonio Kruger


    Item Three: That doll/action figure looks more like a Dorian Grey Ken. Not that there’s anything wron–you know…

    Item Six: People outside of Britain actually watch low-budget British indies? Perhaps if they had called it Richard Curtis Must Die… 


    I did like the line about “how are we supposed to know it’s a bleak world if a socially aware middle-class filmmaker doesn’t tell us about it?” Because I ask myselt that question all the time. ;-)

  • Tonio Kruger

    I also ask myself that question as well. My bad.

  • Judy

    Digital Theatre is fabulous!  I loved seeing the Tennant/Tate “Much Ado” and am delighted to have the chance to see other great theatre that would be completely out of reach to me otherwise.  I highly recommend it to everyone.

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