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Couch Potato Club’s Review of The Sea Is All I Know starring Melissa Leo

In Film The Sea Is All I Know on December 2, 2011 at 11:54 am

“Being an emotionally dramatic film driven by excellent acting performances, The Sea Is All I Know has Oscar-bait written all over it.” – Josh Lyons, Couch Potato Club

Read full review here: http://www.couchpotatoclub.com/4054/the-sea-is-all-i-know-review/

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Close-Up Film’s Review of Sailcloth starring John Hurt

In Sailcloth on December 2, 2011 at 11:22 am

“Adalsteins’ direction is assured and commands a steady, deft grip on a beautifully melodic film, in a tale that’s poignant but never maudlin, dealing with loss in a manner that’s positive and inspiring, and all the time keeping the audience with the characters.  It’s nicely paced and blends seamlessly with the mellifluous imagery of the Cornish coast and a haunting score from composer Richard Cottle.  Most of all, Adalsteins has managed to give us an understated but defiant encapsulation of the triumph of the human spirit, all in the space of just 20 short minutes.” – Jean Lynch – Up-Close Film

Amelia Jackson-Gray’s feature interview with OK! Extra Magazine

In Amelia Jackson-Gray on December 2, 2011 at 11:10 am

Amelia talks to the UK’s OK! Extra Magazine about her work on shows like ‘Entourage’ and living in Hollywood.

“I just always had that calling,’ she says. ‘My grandmother was an actress so I think it’s in my blood – it just skipped a generation with my mum.”

Amelia Jackson-Gray at The Britannia Awards – featured in The Daily Mail

In Amelia Jackson-Gray on December 2, 2011 at 11:03 am

Actress Amelia Jackson-Gray arrives at BAFTA Los Angeles 2011 Britannia Awards at The Beverly Hilton hotel on November 30, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California.