Tag: timothyspall

Edinburgh 2019: Timothy Spall Is Artist L.S. Lowry In Clip From Festival Closing Film MRS LOWRY & SON

Timothy Spall has already enjoyed success in the role of a renowned British artist, having stepped into the shoes of revolutionary painter J.M.W. Turner in Mike Leigh's 2014 biopic Mr. Turner. This time the actor is tackling the life of...

Aardman Animation's EARLY MAN Delights With New Trailer

Nick Park, the Oscar winning creator of Wallace and Gromit, directs his first film since 2008's short A Matter of Loaf and Death with Aardman's new animated feature Early Man. Featuring an all-star cast of British thesps, including Eddie Redmayne,...

Berlinale 2017 Review: THE PARTY, Drawing Room Satire at its Finest

Sally Potter is not normally known for comedy; her most famous film, Orlando (which put Tilda Swinton on the map) certainly has its comedic moments, but her work (such as The Tango Lesson and Yes) tend to more serious examinations of what my...

The Many Faces Of Timothy Spall

This week sees the limited premiere of Mick Jackson's true-life courtroom drama Denial, in which Rachel Weisz plays Deborah Lipstadt, an American professor who had to defend herself in court by proving that the genocide against the Jews in World...

AnarchyVision: Jason Gorber Talks INTO THE WOODS, THE GAMBLER, BIG EYES, And MR. TURNER

Kind of a mixed bag this week, but the holidays bring out some of the lesser awards fodder. Into The Woods is passable for fans of the stage musical and few others, Big Eyes is cool and quirky but slight,...

Review: MR. TURNER, A Film That Loses Its Focus

Mike Leigh's latest offering lustfully tackles the life, work and loves of Joseph Mallord William Turner, the legendary 19th Century British artist whose landscape paintings are revered around the world. Mr. Turner is a carefully constructed film, part performance piece...

Cannes 2014 Review: MR. TURNER Paints A Blurry Picture

Mike Leigh's latest offering lustfully tackles the life, work and loves of Joseph Mallord William Turner, the legendary 19th Century British artist whose landscape paintings are revered around the world. It's a carefully constructed film, part performance piece and part...

Timothy Spall & Mike Leigh Bring British Painter To Life In Trailer For MR. TURNER

Mike Leigh's return to Cannes has created quite a stir. His new biopic Mr. Turner will debut at Cannes today - part of the Official Selection - and the first trailer is out to share with you. EOne will release the...

ETRANGE 2011: WAKE WOOD review

The problem with David Keating's Wake Wood is it doesn't seem to have any idea it's one of those horror films that, let's face it, are essentially ridiculous. Even if you like the genre, come on: you know there's a...

WAKEWOOD a Bluray worthy to wear the Hammer title.

This has been reviewed before but I had to chime in. Think Pet Sematary (1989) meets The Wicker Man (1973) and you have a good idea not only of the storyline but the quality here. This is a nifty little...

[Winner!] Win WAKE WOOD On DVD From Dark Sky Films & ScreenAnarchy!

[Twitch and Dark Sky Films would like to congratulate Sharon Black, the winner of our Wake Wood DVD giveaway!]Here we go again folks!  To celebrate its release this last Tuesday on DVD, Dark Sky Films have graciously provided us with...