John Hillcoat’s latest crime thriller tackles the grimy world of corrupt cops and criminals with a superb ensemble cast who showcase the emotionally devastating consequences suffered by those who risk working on both sides of the law.
When the nominations for the 2016 Academy Awards were announced in January, the question on everybody’s lips was not about whether or not this is the year Leonardo DiCaprio will get his (little gold) man, but rather why were there only white contenders in all four acting categories? And for the second year running?
The SAG Awards are the only ceremony where actors vote for the year’s best performances in movies and television.
Last night, at Old Billingsgate, stars of the British film industry braved the rain and arrived in hoards for the 18th Moët British Independent Film Awards. This glamorous event, hosted by the award-winning film maker and actor, RICHARD AYOADE, brought together the crème de la crème of British cinema to celebrate the wealth of independent British film this year.
Perhaps the overriding question that emanates from Danny Boyle’s biopic Steve Jobs is was the man in question a creative genius or a cruel monster?