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Mark Kermode
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tiny Film critic and broadcaster Mark Kermode picked his favourites from the shortlist of films in this year's festival.

His choices were shown at Harbour Lights cinema, during our Winners' Ceremony.
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Mark lives in the New Forest with his wife and children.

Mark began his career as a van driver for a magazine based in Manchester. He crashed the van.

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tiny Film critic Mark Kermode judged the shortlist of films entered in The Big Screen film festival.

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Mark is the resident film critic for the New Statesman and for BBC Radio 5 Live.

He is also a contributing editor to Sight & Sound, a regular writer for the Observer, and a panellist on Newsnight Review.

Mark is the author of two British Film Institute Modern Classics, on The Exorcist and The Shawshank Redemption.

He has a PhD in Modern English and American Horror Fiction, and is a Fellow of the English and Film Department of Southampton University.

He also plays the double bass in local rockabilly band, The Dodge Brothers - regulars at the Thomas Tripp, in Lymington.

 
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