Review: “Colette” Sumptuously Brought To Life By Actor & Director

If Colette could be classed as a period drama then it is one which redefines what such a genre is capable of achieving...
Posted On 19 Jun 2019

Keira Knightley Stars In “Colette”; Opens January 11

Colette had its UK unveiling at the BFI Patrons Gala at the recent 62nd BFI London Film Festival...

Interview: Actress Catherine Steadman Swaps Downton Abbey For The West End In Tom Morton-Smith’s New Play “Oppenheimer”

Up and coming British actress Catherine Steadman, who has recently appeared in TV's Downton Abbey and in Richard Curtis' film About Time, stars in new West End play Oppenheimer about a group of Berkeley masterminds pioneering the use of the first atomic bomb.

11 Great Keira Knightley Films That Prove This Brit’s Got Talent

Keira Knightley has her critics yet despite their misgivings she has delivered some remarkable performances in a number of astonishingly good films. Here's 11 that prove the Brit's Got Talent!

Review: Seeking a Friend for the End of the World

...Seeking a Friend for the End of the World marks writer, actor and musician Lorene Scarfaria’s directorial debut. This melancholic journey of self-discovery amid the impending doom of an unstoppable asteroid heading for earth is a strangely delightful mix of light-hearted...

Top 10 End of the World Films

To celebrate the release of Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World, Top 10 Films and Studio Canal take a look at some of the most well-known "apocalypse" movies.

Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method approaches

David Cronenberg's latest film looks at the tumultuous relationship between prominent psychoanalysts Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud in the early 20th century. The film is released nationwide February 10th.

Jameson Empire Awards 2011 Honour Best Of British

Top 10 Films reports on the Jameson Empire Awards 2011 where the big winners were Inception, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and Kick-Ass.