British filmmaker Andrew Haigh, who won acclaim for “Weekend” and “45 Years” (pictured), is set to venture back into television, writing and directing "The North Water" for See-Saw Films and the BBC…
Charlotte Rampling, who received an Oscar nomination and Berlin Film Festival best actress award for "45 Years," is set to join the cast of "Euphoria," which stars Alicia Vikander and Eva Green. In a…
Glen Basner's FilmNation Entertainment has sold out the world on Ritesh Batra's "The Sense of an Ending," one of a burgeoning slate of titles that FilmNation has either produced, financed or…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Charlotte Rampling and John Rhys-Davies have joined the cast of Josh Hartnett-starrer "Valley of the Gods."
Actress Charlotte Rampling said her remarks about a possible boycott of the Oscars due to a lack of diversity in nominations being “racist to white people” were misinterpreted. “I regret that my…
In stark contrast to fellow Oscar nominee Mark Ruffalo’s comments yesterday, Charlotte Rampling thinks that the Oscar diversity outcry is “racist against whites.” The British screen icon, who’s up…
U.K. writers regularly churn out well-wrought drama series with top-notch casts, and "London Spy" has all the usual things going for it — smart writing, evocative use of locations, an atmosphere of…
British and Irish talent sweeps the acting categories, but George Miller's action knockout is named Film of the Year.
Here are seven silver linings from this morning's announcement — those happy little surprises, or semi-surprises, that brought a smile to this critic's face.
Charlotte Rampling sits down for a Q&A interview with Variety for her acclaimed role in "45 Years."
Charlotte Rampling stars with Tom Courtenay in "45 Years," which Sundance Selects is distributing in the U.S. She spoke with Variety about her early days, including her second film, "Rotten to the…