The BAFTA Film Awards have only just finished, the confetti being packed away and the red carpet rolled up for another ceremony on another day. And it’s clear that in the big battle of the boffins between Benedict Cumberbatch and …
Kristin Scott Thomas
Our congratulations go to two of the U.K.’s most beloved acting luminaries, as John Hurt and Kristin Scott Thomas have been made a knight and a dame respectively in the Queen’s 2015 New Year’s Honours List.
The New York Film Festival knows quality when it sees it. The prestigious festival has just announced that it will be honoring the British actor Ralph Fiennes with a gala tribute on Oct. 9.
The Cannes do spirit is soon upon us. In less than two weeks, everyone who is anyone in the film world will be chomping on croissants while sauntering down the Croisette in Cannes.
Kristin Scott Thomas (Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, Nowhere Boy) and Lia Williams (Dirty Weekend) have signed up to role-share in Harold Pinter’s play Old Times, reports the London Evening Standard.
Anglo-cinephiles will be spoiled with two major film releases this weekend. First up, there’s the wide release of the John Lennon biopic Nowhere Boy, the feature film debut for artist Sam Taylor-Wood.
The trailer for The Other Boleyn Girl – starring Natalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson, and mmmmm, Eric Bana – is now online. Quite funny that the three main roles are played by two Americans and an Aussie, which I suppose …