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WATCH: ‘Loving’ Star Joel Edgerton on Documenting Social Progress Through Film

Australian actor Joel Edgerton sees Loving, the new biographical film in which he stars, as quite different from a typical civil rights movie. Anglophenia’s Tom Brook caught up with Edgerton at the NYC premiere last week, where the actor said, “There’s something very gentle about it.” It’s a movie which reflects the fortitude of one real-life couple, wed […]

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WATCH: Saunders and Lumley Bring ‘AbFab’ to NYC

The AbFab ladies have arrived in town to launch their new picture Absolutely Fabulous – The Movie and for both Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders the experience of being on the red carpet at the film’s U.S. premiere was mildly intoxicating. “It’s special, it’s like a dream, I can’t actually believe it,” said Saunders. The […]

“A Bigger Splash” – Red Carpet – BFI London Film Festival

WATCH: Ralph Fiennes in a Larger-Than-Life Performance

In the psychosexual thriller, A Bigger Splash, out today (May 4), Ralph Fiennes plays a manic figure quite unlike any role he’s ever done before. At least one critic has been so impressed as to call his performance “magnificent.” Fiennes portrays Harry Hawkes, an amped-up record producer, who arrives on an Italian island where his […]

Apple Store Soho Presents Meet The Filmmaker: Tilda Swinton And Luca Guadagnino, “A Bigger Splash”

WATCH: Tilda Swinton in a Nearly Silent Role

The new thriller A Bigger Splash isn’t a silent movie even though its leading lady, played by Tilda Swinton, hardly utters a word. Swinton plays rock star Marianne Lane trying not to use her voice as she recuperates from throat surgery on an Italian island. The actress thinks going silent heightens the drama in the […]

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WATCH: Tom Hiddleston, Ralph Fiennes on Shakespeare

On the eve of the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare‘s death two top British actors, Tom Hiddleston and Ralph Fiennes, have expressed their deep admiration for the playwright. “I think he’s a genius,” says Hiddleston. “He had an ability to encapsulate the human condition in breathtaking and accessible poetry.” “Shakespeare articulates who we are better […]

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WATCH: Richard Linklater Follows Up ‘Boyhood’ at SXSW

Everybody Wants Some!! is the title of Richard Linklater‘s new comedy, which has just debuted at the SXSW Film Festival to largely positive reviews. Although this portrait of young Texas college baseball players has won praise, one critic described it as having “way too much testosterone.” Indeed Linklater acknowledges that he has captured a very […]

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WATCH: The Actor Who Plays Obama

Parker Sawyers, an American actor based in London, has drawn praise at the Sundance Film Festival for his uncannily accurate portrayal of President Obama in the picture Southside with You. The film follows Barack Obama on his first date with the future First Lady in Chicago in 1989. Watch our interview with Sawyers at Sundance.

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WATCH: Daniel Radcliffe Weighs in on ‘White’ Oscars

Among the stars commenting on the “whiteness” of this year’s Oscars race is Daniel Radcliffe, who was a big attraction on Friday afternoon (January 22) at the Sundance Film Festival. Radcliffe believes it’s the film industry that’s to blame for the under-representation of African Americans as opposed to the Academy. He says: “The problem isn’t […]

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Love Story ‘Carol’ Has ‘No Political Agenda’

“Gay or straight, you can relate to this movie because it is just a love story,” says Rooney Mara, who stars opposite Cate Blanchett in Carol, a 1950s lesbian romance which opens today (Friday). It’s really a story of love at first sight between the socialite Carol, portrayed by Blanchett, and a younger Manhattan department […]

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