No escaping U.S. presence in Blighty's big races
All kinds brew in debut stew
After the controversy surrounding the all-male shortlist for last year's Rising Star award, BAFTA has swung back in the other direction with this year's nomination of four women and just one male.
Shingles like Passion, Exclusive and Dogwoof strike the right mix of art and commerce
Voltage Pictures is firing on all cylinders, with two films premiering in Sundance, one more bowing in Berlin, 11 movies in post-production and another two that started shooting in January.
As one of three best friends on a road trip before they face the responsibilities of adulthood, Henigman was the standout in Nejc Gazvoda's "A Trip," playing a soldier departing for war in…
Juri won the Swiss Film Prize for her romantically charming lead role in Xavier Koller's "Someone Like Me," playing a sweet, rich girl in early 19th century Bern who falls for an impoverished…
Gabriela Pichler's stunning first film "Eat Sleep Die" is graced by a remarkable debut from Lukac as a girl trapped in a dead-end small town whose only factory is closing down.
Drama usually gives young actors more chance to display their chops than comedy, but Marinelli was a revelation in Paolo Virzi's sweet romantic character study "Every Blessed Day."
Birn's searing performance in Antti Jokinen's "Purge" as a young woman who betrays her sister in Soviet-occupied Estonia in the 1950s received the rare accolade for a Finnish actress of being…
In Aussie helmer Cate Shortland's "Lore," Rosendahl made a striking impact in the eponymous role as a Nazi daughter forced to flee across Germany with her siblings as the Third Reich collapses around…