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Chef James Briscione‘s career began humbly; he was a football star and dishwasher at a brunch spot in his adolescence. […]Read Now
By Leah Rozen | Posted on January 21st, 2011
If ever stuck out in the wild, Jim Sturgess can trap, skin and roast a rabbit and improvise a crude compass using sticks and pinecones. The 29-year old British actor said he learned these handy survival skills while preparing for his ...
By Leah Rozen | Posted on January 14th, 2011
Tall, slim, and blond, Rosamund Pike may be one of England’s fastest-rising actresses, but she’s not one to believe in her own publicity.
By Leah Rozen | Posted on January 7th, 2011
When Britain’s Prince William and fiancée Kate Middleton exchange vows on April 29, you can bet that Hollywood will be paying attention.
By Leah Rozen | Posted on December 29th, 2010
Like a miner with an instinct for finding the richest vein, British director-writer Mike Leigh digs through the quotidian details and routines of ordinary existence to turn up treasure.
By Leah Rozen | Posted on December 20th, 2010
It’s about time. That’s the appropriate reaction to the fact that Angel, a lush, often amusing drama set in Edwardian England and starring Atonement’s Romola Garai, finally arrives on these shores in DVD form on Tuesday, Dec.
By Leah Rozen | Posted on December 10th, 2010
There’s an old dirty joke that goes, “What do French beer and making love in a canoe have in common?”
Former People Magazine film critic Leah Rozen continues Anglophenia’s look back at 2010 with her selections for the top 5 best British movies of the year. You can read her previous column on ‘Black Swan’ and ‘The ...
Anglophenia is excited to welcome renowned movie critic Leah Rozen to cover our weekly film beat. Rozen was the movie critic at People magazine for 13 years, until she decided that seeing six to eight movies weekly was cruel and unusual ...