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Loach’s anti-austerity film wins him a 2nd Palme d’Or

Loach’s anti-austerity film wins him a 2nd Palme d’Or

The British director Ken Loach has won the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival for the second time. Ten years after winning the Palme d’Or for his story of Irish nationalism, The Wind that Shakes the Barley, the jury – this year led by the Mad Max director George Miller – chose I...

McGregor, Arnold & Payne join Moretti on Cannes 2012 Jury

McGregor, Arnold & Payne join Moretti on Cannes 2012 Jury

The organisers of the Cannes Film Festival have announced the members of the jury that will pick this year's Palme d'Or winner. There's a strong British presence, with 2-time Cannes award winning director Andrea Arnold sitting on the jury with Scotland's favourite cinematic export, Ewan McGregor....

4 x 3 gives you more sky, claims Wutherings Arnold

4 x 3 gives you more sky, claims Wutherings Arnold

Andrea Arnold likes to forget about her old life, as a children’s TV presenter. For her, life began at 40, or soon thereafter, when she jumped behind the camera and picked up an Oscar for writing and directing her short film Wasp. The success of Wasp inevitably gave her the clout to start maki...

Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights – Review

On a trip to Liverpool, the Yorkshire farm owner Mr Earnshaw (Paul Hilton) finds a young black boy (Solomon Glave) sleeping rough. He takes him back to his home, Wuthering Heights, adopts him into...

Fish Tank

Fish Tank – Review

Teenaged tearaway Mia (Jarvis) lives in a run-down tower-block on a run-down Essex estate with her run-down Essex-girl mum (Wareing) and run-down tearaway younger sister Tyler (Griffiths). Mia is...

Red Road

Red Road – Review

Jackie (Dickie) spends her life watching other people – working at a Glasgow CCTV monitoring centre. It’s clear that she doesn’t find anything in her own life worth watching. One day, she spots s...

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