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Jessie Buckley, Vicky Krieps, Fiona Shaw to Star in ‘Hot Milk’

Jessie Buckley, Fiona Shaw and Vicky Krieps have signed on to star in “Hot Milk,” the debut directorial feature from “Colette” screenwriter Rebecca Lenkiewicz.The film is based on Deborah Levy’s best-selling novel about a mother and daughter, Rose and Sofia, who travel to a Spanish clinic in the hoping of finding a cure for Rose’s […]

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Fiona Shaw: ‘I’m delighted to be in with the young crowd!’

After her icy spymaster role in Phoebe Waller Bridge’s Killing Eve, the acclaimed stage actor couldn’t resist a part in Fleabag. Finally, she says, women’s roles are improvingFor an actress best known for her classical stage work, Fiona Shaw is suddenly all over our screens. In the last six months, she has popped up on […]

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‘Colette’: Costumes Define Keira Knightley as Gender Rebel, Fashion Icon

In Wash Westmoreland’s “Colette,” the most famous female writer of the early 20th century –played by Keira Knightley– dressed the part in subversive fashion. Which provided the perfect opportunity for costume designer Andrea Flesch to express the forward-thinking, androgynous icon through her wardrobe.“I tried to design her style by her writings, by her inner thoughts, […]

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Welcome to the Telluride Film Festival, Your Oscar Race Crucible

For better or worse, Telluride is the real start of the Oscar conversation. Sure, Sundance launched “Colette” and “Wildlife” and a raft of strong documentaries, and Cannes yielded a rich crop of likely foreign-language contenders, but all these films must withstand a powerful riptide of Oscar-bound movies with massive awards campaigns behind them. Distributors don’t […]

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2019 Oscars: Best Actress Predictions

Breaking out of Sundance, Netflix-produced Tamara Jenkins drama “Private Life” (Metascore: 81) stars Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn as a couple struggling with a midlife infertility crisis. They turn to their beloved niece (Kayli Carter) to consider donating some of her eggs to the cause, to the horror of her mother (Molly Shannon). Netflix plans […]

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