Marion Cotillard and Timothy Spall, who won the N.Y. Critics Film Circle’s best actor awards for “Two Days, One Night” and “Mr. Turner,” talk about acting rituals and getting into character at the…
Learning to hold a brush like Britain's most revered landscape artist could be considered the easiest way to embody the role of J.M.W. Turner. But for Timothy Spall, who stars as the titular "Mr…
LONDON — Timothy Spall, who won the best actor prize at Cannes for Mike Leigh's "Mr. Turner," has joined the cast of haunted house TV drama "The Enfield Haunting." U.K. satcaster BSkyB has…
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English painting's renowned master of light, Joseph Mallord William Turner, gets a suitably illuminating screen biography with Mike Leigh's "Mr. Turner."
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Wolverine Distributor: 20th Century Fox The Marvel team has recast…
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American, Latin American and Eastern European rights to Mike Leigh's upcoming biopic about English artist JMW Turner. Timothy Spall will star in the untitled…
"Upside Down" is a dystopic sci-fi romance about inverted planets that will have auds wondering which way is up, but not really caring much or for very long. The film, Argentine helmer Juan Solanas'…
Mike Leigh is set to helm a film about British painter J.M.W. Turner, reuniting him with regular collaborator Timothy Spall.
Newly minted distributor A24 has acquired North American rights to Sally Potter's coming of age drama "Ginger & Rosa."
An overlong Northern British heist caper with a wildly uneven tone and a needlessly scrambled narrative, but it suggests a higher intelligence beneath, waiting to flower down the road.
Sally Potter seems at a loss to communicate the ideas behind her agonizingly elliptical picture, leaving auds to marvel at the gorgeous cinematography and scarlet-red hair of its heroine, earnestly…