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UKscreen’s Best and Worst of 2012

UKscreen’s Best and Worst of 2012

UKscreen's best of 2012 included Argo, Headhunters, The Hunt and Amour while literally bringing up the rear are One for the Money and A Few Best Men....

Keira Knightley, the star of Anna Karenina, has never been to Russia

Keira Knightley, the star of Anna Karenina, has never been to Russia

During her acting career, Keira Knightley has portrayed three iconic Russian women, Lara in Dr. Zhivago, Sabina in Dangerous Method, and she can currently be seen as the eponymous Anna Karenina, but when I meet her at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Toronto, where she has come to attend the premiere of Anna...

Anna Karenina – Review

Anna Karenina – Review

Director: Joe Wright - Screenwriter: Leo Tolstoy (novel), Tom Stoppard (Screenplay) - Starring: Aaron Johnson-Taylor, Alicia Vikander, Domhall Gleeson, Emily Watson, Holliday Grainger, Jude Law, Keira Knightley, Kelly Macdonald, Matthew Macfadyen, Olivia Williams, Ruth Wilson...

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World – Review

An asteroid is hurtling towards earth and the last attempt to blow it off-course has failed. The end of the world is just a couple of weeks away and there's nothing anyone can do about it. You ...

A Dangerous Method

A Dangerous Method – Review

In 1904, a young Russian woman, Sabina Spielrein (Keira Knightley) is dragged - literally kicking and screaming - into the Zurich clinic of a rising doctor, Carl Jung (Michael Fasbender). Using t...

The Brits dominate Toronto Film Festival

The Brits dominate Toronto Film Festival

The Toronto Film Festival has once again proved a sparkling showcase for British films, filmmakers and actors. The 11-day event, which features more than 600 movies ranging from a silent film to a 15-hour documentary, has become one of the most important platforms for new movies, and, although no si...

Last Night

Last Night – Review

Struggling British writer Jo (Keira Knightley) lives with her Australian architect husband Michael (Sam Worthington) in Manhattan. To the outside world, the relationship looks perfect – but a see...

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...

New BFI Fellow Danny Boyle ends another two week festival of film in London

New BFI Fellow Danny Boyle ends another two week festival of film in London

Jason Korsner reports 2 November 2010 The organisers of the London Film Festival say this year's event had an outstanding British presence - including the opening and closing night galas. The festival got off to a glittering start with Mark Romanek's Never Let Me Go - adapted from Kazuo Ishiguro'...

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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