John Simm joins forces with David Threlfall in new ITV drama ‘Code of a Killer’
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John Simm joins forces with David Threlfall in new ITV drama ‘Code of a Killer’

ITV Press Centre 29 Sep 2014 “Professor Alec Jeffreys’ DNA fingerprinting revolutionised the way police investigate crime. It is arguably the most important contribution to criminal investigation ever made.” Two of the UK’s most renowned actors, David Threlfall and John Simm, are to join forces in new ITV drama Code of a Killer, produced by … Continue reading

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John Simm Tweets: ‘Everyday’ Screenings at London Film Festival

UK premier of Michael Winterbottom’s “Everyday” in competition at the London Film festival, Wed 17th Oct, 6pm Odeon West end. — John Simm (@john_simm) October 11, 2012 Further screenings: Thurs 18th Oct at 3pm, Odeon West end, and Sun 21st, 6:30pm at Screen on the green, Islington. #Everyday — John Simm (@john_simm) October 11, 2012 … Continue reading

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John Simm Tweets: Upcoming Appearances

Few days off from Farmer Barleymow, next up: @cheltfestivals on Sunday and ‘Everyday’ Q+A at the London FFestnext wk #begentle — John Simm (@john_simm) October 10, 2012 FYI The Q+A for ‘Everyday’ is (I believe) after the press screening on Mon. I’ll be attending that and the Wed 17th screening. — John Simm (@john_simm) October … Continue reading

BFI London Film Festival – Official Competition Selection: ‘Everyday’
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BFI London Film Festival – Official Competition Selection: ‘Everyday’

Radio Times Barnaby Walter 5 September 2012 BFI announces full line-up for 56th London Film Festival Highlights include premieres of films by Dustin Hoffman, Sally Potter and Tim Burton, and an appearance from the Rolling Stones The British Film Institute has announced the full programme for the 2012 London Film Festival, which runs from 10 … Continue reading