Telepool, one of Europe's leading licensing companies, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year but as the group looks toward the future it is embracing opportunities in international film and…
Steph Green's debut feature captures the beauty of an obviously flawed family with remarkable warmth and immediacy.
BFG's wings enfold services from production to rights management
Many of the elements that worked for Steven Spielberg's "War Horse" are present and correct in WWI drama "Private Peaceful," which, like "Horse," was adapted from a Michael Morpurgo novel.
A gentle giant with learning difficulties and his exploitative best friend negotiate challenges in "Best Laid Plans."
If there were such a beast as a left-leaning upscale tabloid newspaper, tyro playwright Sarah Helm's fictionalized memoir would be its theatrical equivalent.
A hotel right on the edge of Blighty's famed white cliffs provides the striking setting for "Edge," a slow-burning narrative debut from writer-director Carol Morley that connects the troubled lives…
The paucity of lush English costume dramas aimed at lesbians is agreeably redressed in "The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister."
Film leapfrogs through a decade's worth of corruption and venality.
It's all-stops-out over at the Royal National Theater, where Trevor Nunn's production of "The Relapse" (staged with assistance from Stephen Rayne) is utilizing every ounce -- and probably many a…
Two-thirds of a great production of "Miss Julie" are on view in Michael Boyd's new West End revival of Strindberg's demanding play, and their names are Maxine Peake and an utterly galvanic…