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Beijing Film Festival to Screen ‘The Angels’ Share’ and ‘The Nameless Gangster’

Ken Loach's comedy about a delinquent's whisky-fuelled rehabilitation and Yoon Jong-bin's Korean mob movie feature in the festival's first revealed slate this year.

Ken Loach Pulls Out of Turin Film Festival

The director was supposed to receive a lifetime achievement award at the event, with Ettore Scola, the other honoree, still set to appear as scheduled.

Cannes 2012: Sundance Selects Takes U.S. Rights to Ken Loach’s ‘The Angels’ Share’

The film had its world premiere at the festival earlier this week.

Cannes 2012: Ken Loach on ‘The Angels’ Share’ (Q&A)

The Cannes regular talks about lightening up in his latest Competition entry and why, after 10 appearances in Cannes, he still gets nervous.

The Angels’ Share: Cannes Review

Veteran social realist director Ken Loach's drama follows a young Glasgow man caught in a destructive cycle of violence, criminality and long-term unemployment.