Jamie Thraves' "Treacle Jr," about a man who leaves his family to live on the streets, and Nigel Cole's "Made in Dagenham," about femme workers at a Ford car plant who demand equal pay with men…
Sam Taylor-Wood's "Nowhere Boy," about John Lennon's youth, will kick off the 21st Dinard Festival of British Film Oct. 6 to honor the 70th anniversary of the late Beatle's birth.
Dominic Murphy's "White Lightnin' " took the top prize, the Golden Hitchcock, as well as the Kodak Prize for cinematography, as the 20th British Film Festival came to a close Sunday in Dinard, France.
The Dinard British Film Festival will commemorate its 20th anniversary by featuring a throng of British hopefuls.
John Crowley's "Boy A" took the most awards, including the top jury prize, the golden Hitchcock, at Dinard's 19th British Film Festival on Sunday.
Honoree helmer Hugh Hudson's 1999 "My Life So Far" kicked off the 19th Dinard Festival of British Cinema on Thursday night, which offered Brittany auds a kinder-and-gentler glimpse of life in…
"Hallam Foe" took the top jury prize, the Golden Hitchcock, as well as the Kodak Prize for cinematography as the 18th British Film Festival came to a close Sunday in Dinard, France.
Ken Loach's "It's a Free World" kicked off the Dinard Festival of British Cinema on Thursday, as the film's Gaul debut offered Brittany auds a glimpse of what illegal immigrant labor issues are like…
Developing or even playing video games in Germany could lead to imprisonment if a bill before the parliament there is passed. Coming in the wake of a public outcry in Germany about reported links…
The 17th British Film Festival came to a close Sunday in the resort town of Dinard, France, with "London to Brighton" taking the top jury prize, the Golden Hitchcock. Directed by Paul Andrew…
Stephen Frears' "The Queen" opened the Dinard Festival of British Cinema Thursday Oct. 5, giving auds in Brittany, north-west France, a chance to see the film before its debut in the rest of the…