Amy Adams

How Sharp Objects helped me open up about my condition

By Catherine Pearson

The show’s depiction of the rare hair pulling disorder trichotillomania hit very close to home.

20 of the best new TV shows you should watch

By Emma Fraser

From peak Amy Adams to the return of Matt Groening, these are the series you can’t afford to miss this summer.

Can cinema teach us the true value of human communication?

By Alex Denney

Films like Arrival and Paterson have plenty to say about the importance of learning how to listen.

Amy Adams and the age of innocence

By Ella Donald

From Junebug to Arrival, the story of how Amy Adams finally came of age on screen.

Arrival

By Adam Woodward

Denis Villeneuve’s latest is the most low-key alien invasion drama you’ll ever see.

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Personal tragedy and trauma in the films of Denis Villeneuve

By William Carroll

The Canadian director’s latest, Arrival, explores intimate themes present in his earlier work.

Nocturnal Animals

By Manuela Lazic

Tom Ford’s long-awaited follow-up to A Single Man is a gorgeous, wild and wholly frustrating affair.

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Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals gets a tantalising first trailer

By Little White Lies

The writer/director’s follow-up to A Single Man is a dark thriller starring Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal.

100 great female comedy performances – part 3

By Little White Lies

Our comedic rundown continues with a promiscuous band camp geek and an ageless Old Hollywood icon.

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