Daniel Hope: The Sound of Life is a 2018 documentary movie by Nahuel Lopez.
Starring Daniel Hope.
UK: Passed U uncut for very mild bad language for:
2018 cinema release
Free Solo is a 2018 USA sport documentary by Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi.
Starring Tommy Caldwell, Jimmy Chin and Alex Honnold.
UK: Passed 12A uncut for infrequent strong language for:
2018 cinema release
Follow Alex Honnold as he becomes the first person to ever free solo climb Yosemite's 3,000ft high El Capitan Wall. With no ropes or safety gear, he completed arguably the greatest feat in rock climbing history.
Two For Joy
Two For Joy is a 2018 UK drama by Tom Beard.
Starring Samantha Morton, Billie Piper and Emilia Jones.
UK: Passed 15 uncut for very strong language, strong threat for:
2018 cinema release
Waru is a 2017 New Zealand drama by Ainsley Gardiner, Casey Kaa...
Starring Awahina Rose Ashby, Jonny Brugh and Amber Cureen.
Roger Moore (Live and Let Die, Street People) and Susannah York (The Killing of Sister George) star in this explosive 1974 international conspiracy thriller, set in the South African goldfields and directed by Peter Hunt (On
Her Majesty's Secret Service, Death Hunt). A ruthless global cabal of financial investors plans to manipulate the price of gold on the world market -- by sabotaging one of South Africa's top gold mines and flooding it with millions of gallons of
water. All they need is someone to take the blame. Manager Rod Slater (Moore) seems the perfect choice. He's brash, rough and impulsive -- just the sort of man to make a fatal mistake. As Slater embarks on an affair with Terry (York), the heiress
granddaughter of mine owner Hurry Hirschfeld (Ray Milland, Panic in Year Zero!), the conspiracy tightens all around him and thousands of lives hang by a thread... Based on a best-selling novel by Wilbur Smith (Dark of the Sun, Shout at the Devil)
and filmed entirely on location in South Africa, Gold is an unforgettable thriller with a breathtaking climax and a fantastic cast which also includes John Gielgud (The Whistle Blower) and Bradford Dillman (Compulsion).
-Audio Commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger and Nathaniel Thompson
The UK government is preparing to establish a new internet censor that would make tech firms liable for content published on their platforms and have the power to sanction companies that fail to take down illegal material and hate speech within
Under legislation being drafted by the Home Office and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) due to be announced this winter, a new censorship framework for online social harms would be created.
BuzzFeed News has obtained details of the proposals, which would see the establishment of an internet censor similar to Ofcom.
Home secretary Sajid Javid and culture secretary Jeremy Wright are considering the introduction of a mandatory code of practice for social media platforms and strict new rules such as takedown times forcing websites to remove illegal hate speech
within a set timeframe or face penalties. Ministers are also looking at implementing age verification for users of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
The new proposals are still in the development stage and are due to be put out for consultation later this year. The new censor would also develop rules new regulations on controlling non-illegal content and online behaviour . The rules for what
constitutes non-illegal content will be the subject of what is likely to be a hotly debated consultation.
BuzzFeed News has also been told ministers are looking at creating a second new censor for online advertising. Its powers would include a crackdown on online advertisements for food and soft drink products that are high in salt, fat, or sugar.
BuzzFeed News understands concerns have been raised in Whitehall that the regulation of non-illegal content will spark opposition from free speech campaigners and MPs. There are also fears internally that some of the measures being considered,
including blocking websites that do not adhere to the new regulations, are so draconian that they will generate considerable opposition.
A government spokesperson confirmed to BuzzFeed News that the plans would be unveiled later this year.
Sun journalists have taken to Twitter to denounce the decision taken by The World Transformed , a political event, to not grant them press passes for our four-day festival of politics, arts and music taking place alongside the Labour party
conference in Liverpool next week.
The World Transformed released a statement explaining that this censorship was an act of solidarity with the families of the victims of the Hillsborough disaster, and a show of support for the boycott of the newspaper observed by community groups
and businesses across Liverpool.
Campaigners from Total Eclipse of the S*n and the Hillsborough Justice Campaign will appear at the festival.