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Tale of Tales – Review

Tale of Tales – Review

Director: Matteo Garrone - Cast: Salma Hayek, Toby Jones, Vincent Cassel, Bebe Cave, Christian Lees, Franco Pistoni, Guillaume Delaunay, Hayley Carmichael, John C Reilly, Jonah Lees, Kathryn Hunter, Laura Pizzirani, Shirley Henderson, Stacy Martin...

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...

Olympics and child abuse among BAFTA nods

Olympics and child abuse among BAFTA nods

The BBC’s Olympics coverage and the sitcom inspired by the preparations for the event, Twenty Twelve, are among the broadcasts nominated for the television BAFTA Awards, that will take place next month. Twenty Twelve is one of four programmes to receive four nominations, including nods for its...

Skyfall wins best film at Evening Standard Awards

Skyfall wins best film at Evening Standard Awards

Skyfall has won the Best Film prize at the 40th Evening Standard British Film Awards, in a ceremony at the London Film Museum on the Southbank. The paper’s editor, Sarah Sands, said the “truly big British movie, delivered with a panache Hollywood could envy” ensured that 2012 highl...

Amour wows London Critics

Amour wows London Critics

The Austrian-French co-production Amour has picked up three of the top prizes at the London Film Critics Circle Awards. It was voted the Best Film, the director Michael Haneke collected the Best Screenplay award and the veteran French actress Emmanuelle Riva was the critics’ choice for the Bes...

Les Mis and Argo win big at the Globes

Les Mis and Argo win big at the Globes

Working Title’s big screen adaptation of Cameron Mackintosh’s musical Les Miserables won the most Golden Globes at what career achievement honouree Jodie Foster called “the most fun party of the year.” At the seventieth annual ceremony, at the Beverly Hilton hotel, the Hollyw...

Berberian Sound Studio and Broken dominate BIFAs

Berberian Sound Studio and Broken dominate BIFAs

Peter Strickland’s critically acclaimed follow-up to his 2009 debut Katalin Varga, Berberian Sound Studio, has picked up the most prizes at the British Independent Film Awards. Its haul of four included Best Director for Strickland, Best Actor for Toby Jones, Best Production and Best Technical...

Red Lights

Red Lights – Review

Margaret Matheson (Sigourney Weaver) is a psychologist who debunks fraudulent psychics - a modern-day American version of Rebecca Hall's Florence in The Awakening, if you like. She's generally ...

Snow White and the Huntsman

Snow White and the Huntsman – Review

The widowed king - and father of Snow White (Kristen Stewart) - hasn't been able to love anyone else since the death of his queen. But when he finds a beautiful damsel, Ravenna (Charlize Theron)...

My Week With Marilyn

My Week With Marilyn – Review

Young Colin Clark (Eddie Redmayne) is ready to start a new career and has his heart set on the movies. He met Sir Laurence Olivier (Kenneth Branagh) at one of his dad's parties once, and is holdi...

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