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Daniel Theophanous

Daniel Theophanous

Daniel Theophanous is based in Hackney, London. He studied at Goldsmith College, he is a PR Director at Theo PR and as well an avid Film & TV lover. He organizes the London Fields Free Film Festival.
Daniel Theophanous is based in Hackney, London. He studied at Goldsmith College, he is a PR Director at Theo PR and as well an avid Film & TV lover. He organizes the London Fields Free Film Festival.


Articles by Daniel Theophanous

Our Two Cents Worth: The effects of Brexit on the UK’s film industry

By Daniel Theophanous February 11, 2017

Should we be worried yet? Daniel Theophanous crunches the numbers on Brexit and its potential impact on the UK film industry. It is no surprise that the creative industries have hardly had a mention and, dare we say, have been almost completely overlooked in any Brexit conversation, despite accounting for 7% of all UK jobs. Eight […]

The Top 10 Alternative Christmas Films

By Daniel Theophanous December 6, 2016

Is It’s A Wonderful Life not as wonderful as it used to be? Then try out one of Daniel Theophanous’ alternative Christmas treats this year instead. As we are draw closer to the Christmas period it was only fit that here at The Spread we would be compiling various list of sorts; specifically, Christmas films. […]

“The Girl with All the Gifts” proves that the zombie genre is still alive and kicking

By Daniel Theophanous October 7, 2016

Daniel Theophanous ventures into the post-apocalyptic wasteland to see if this zombie drama has any brains or any bite. The Girl with All the Gifts subverts the zombie genre; instead of a traditional flesh eating gore fest, writer Mike Carey gives us a dystopian melancholic twist; a sci-fi drama where zombies are the killers but […]

“Theo and Hugo” is a heady trip of sex and love

By Daniel Theophanous October 3, 2016

Daniel Theophaneous takes a look at one of 2016’s most talked about films. French film Theo And Hugo’s trailer eluded to some typical gay love story in a romantic Parisian setting, but this picture pleasantly proved to be so much more. True, it is centered around the acquaintance and the blossoming romance of twenty something’s, […]

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