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The nominations for the 2015 BAFTA Film Awards have just been announced, and as you would expect, a good proportion of the year’s best British movies have been recognized for the works of extreme marvelousness that they are.
Last night (December 7) Benedict Cumberbatch was honored with the Variety Award at the 2014 British Independent Film Awards. The commendation was given because his skyrocketing success has helped to “focus the international …
WATCH: Gay Rights and Coal Miners: Matthew Warchus Directs Film on Little-Known Moment in UK History
June may be LGBT Pride Month, but, around the world, the involvement of gay activists in the Britain’s miners strike in the 1980s isn’t widely known. But that may now change thanks to the efforts of a film made by Matthew Warchus, …
Imelda Staunton is one-half of a British TV Emmy power couple: she’s nominated this Sunday (September 22) for her role as Alfred Hitchcock‘s wife Alma in HBO’s The Girl, while her husband of 30 years, Jim Carter, is up …
When it comes to birthdays, this week offers a bumper crop of famous Brits turning the page on yet another year.
New episodes of Downton Abbey won’t air until September in the U.K. and, program your DVR now, January in the U.
Last night, Dame Helen Mirren was officially named the best actress of the year, at the 2013 Laurence Olivier awards.
In some ways, compiling this list has been more of a head-scratcher than its male counterpart, and this is in part because of the way producers and audiences tend to view female actresses as they get older. It seems a handsome male lead …
By now, you’ll no doubt be getting used to the froth-on we Anglophenians like to display whenever there’s a new film trailer doing the rounds. And if you’re feeling at all sceptical about this, you’ve every …
(L-R) Jim Broadbent, Bill Nighy