CINEMA OF THE UNITED KINGDOM

Movie Review: I, Anna

Movie Review: I, Anna

  by Lizzie Pyle

I, Anna is a brooding psychological thriller, told from the point of view of a female murder suspect, who falls for the detective in charge of the case. Anna (Charlotte Rampling), a striking and enigmatic woman, who is reluctantly [...]

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The stars were out for The British Independent Film Awards!

The stars were out for The British Independent Film Awards!

  by Lizzie Pyle

On Sunday 4th December,  the very best in British talent turned out for the 14th Moët British Independent Film Awards in London town.  The star-studded ceremony, held at Old Billingsgate was hosted by actor/comedian Chris O’Dowd, [...]

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Joely Richardson shines at the 55th BFI LFF premiere of Anonymous

Joely Richardson shines at the 55th BFI LFF premiere of Anonymous

  by Lizzie Pyle

Joely Richardson looked stunning last night in Marchesa, joking with her co-star Rhys Ifans on the red carpet for Anonymous  - premiering at 55th BFI London Film Festival. They were joined by Twilight star Jamie Campbell Bower with his [...]

Tags: Cinema of the United Kingdom, author, Bonnie Wright, British people, Edward de Vere, Entertainment/Culture, Human Interest, illierate actor, Jamie Campbell Bower, Joely Richardson, London Film Festival, news, Oxford, Rafe, Rafe Spall, Rhys, Rhys Ifans, Roland Emmerich, the London Film Festival, Welsh people, William Shakespeare
55th BFI LFF Movie Review - Shame

55th BFI LFF Movie Review - Shame

  by Lizzie Pyle

After their collaboration on Hunger, director Steve McQueen got Michael Fassbender back on board to tell the story of compulsive sex addict.  Shame’s follows Brandon (Michael Fassbender) is a businessman seemingly living a rather [...]

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Winners: Glamour Women of the Year Awards

Winners: Glamour Women of the Year Awards

  by Ally Pyle

Our favourite looks: Daring Daisy Lowe Uncover The Satudays' style Ellie Goulding at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards Kim Kardashian Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards Jessie J at the Glamour [...]

Tags: Cinema of the United Kingdom, accessories, Dannii Minogue, Davina McCall, Dawn French, Ellie Goulding, Garrett Hedlund, Gemma Arterton, Glamour magazine, Glamour Women of the Year Awards, Jane Goldman, Jessica Ennis, Kim Kardashian, Lenora Crichlow, Miranda Hart, Naomie Harris, news, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Sarah Burton, Stevie Nicks, Victoria Beckham