Declares Miranda Richardson's character in "Made in Dagenham," "I am what is known as a fiery redhead."
The rising profile of the BAFTAs means that the awards have an increasingly visible impact on box office, according to U.K. distributors and exhibitors.
BAFTA's most radical innovation this year is the launch of its own Web platform for screening films not in the English language.
A year before Derek Jarman died, Tilda Swinton received a fan letter from earnest young Italian director Luca Guadagnino, who proposed casting the actress in an adaptation of William S. Burroughs'…
John Cameron Mitchell, director of "Rabbit Hole," hears it all the time.
Helmer Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech" topped the list of winners at the 13th British Independent Film Awards, nabbing five wins at the event in London, hosted by James Nesbitt.
Roman Polanski's "The Ghost Writer" dominated the 23rd annual European Film Academy awards Dec. 4 in Tallinn, Estonia.
Films take top honors at Latin America's premiere docu event
It's been a strong year for U.K. cinema, offering the prospect of a lot of hometown winners at the British Academy Film Awards.
This year's most acclaimed new British filmmakers include a video artist, a digital effects expert, a graffiti artist and the man dubbed a "comedy terrorist" for his abrasively satirical TV shows.
Lucy Walker's "Waste Land" has won the top feature award from the International Documentary Assn.