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45 Years – Review

45 Years – Review

Director: Andrew Haigh - Cast: Charlotte Rampling, Tom Courtenay, David Sibley, Dolly Wells, Geraldine James...

Rampling repeats Berlin success

Rampling repeats Berlin success

The Edinburgh Film Festival has honored Berlin nominee 45 Years with its Best British Feature Film award, and honoured its lead actress Charlotte Rampling as one of two Best Performances in a British Feature Film. The jury said 45 Years – a drama about a couple approaching their forty fifth we...

Berlin win for Panahi seen as victory for free speech

Berlin win for Panahi seen as victory for free speech

The top award at the Berlin Film Festival, the Golden Bear for the best film, has gone to the dissident Iranian director Jafar Panahi, who’s officially banned from making films and leaving his country. His winning film, Taxi, ostensibly features conversations between a Tehran taxi driver and h...

Jeune et Jolie – Review

Jeune et Jolie – Review

Director: François Ozon - Starring: Marine Vacth, Géraldine Pailhas, Frédéric Pierrot, Fantin Ravat, Johan Leysen, Charlotte Rampling, Laurent Delbecque, Lucas Prisor, Nathalie Richard, Djedje Apali...

Brits shine among Emmy nominations

Brits shine among Emmy nominations

Hitting hard at America’s TV Awards, the Emmys, is British television drama Downton Abbey, with many actors and actresses up for awards as well as the programme itself. Set in the Yorkshire countryside, the story follows the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants showing how t...

I, Anna – Review

I, Anna – Review

Writer/Director: Barnaby Southcombe - Starring: Charlotte Rampling, Gabriel Byrne, Hayley Atwell, Eddie Marsan, Honor Blackman, Jodhi May, Ralph Brown...

Never Let Me Go

Never Let Me Go – Review

Kathy, Tommy and Ruth attend a boarding school at some undefined point in English history, but it looks like it's probably early to mid twentieth century. Oddly, for the time, all the children w...

The Duchess

The Duchess – Review

It’s the eighteenth century and a bunch of young men and women are playing kiss-chase in the grounds of the Althorp Estate – remember Althorp? We’ll be returning to that theme later. One of the youn...

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