Gemma Arterton plays a reclusive writer who rediscovers her romantic side in Jessica Swale’s tender wartime drama.
Ralph Fiennes and Harris Dickinson star in the espionage prequel.
A handsome if underpowered period drama on literary lesbianism and the early career of Virginia Woolf.
This year’s festival brought a diverse mix of LGBT-themed stories – as well as some star names.
Gemma Arterton excels in this quietly devastating character study about a desperate housewife.
The British leading lady discusses her role in the delightful Blitz-era comedy-drama, Their Finest.
Gemma Arterton gives Blighty a much-needed morale boost in this charming wartime comedy-drama.
By Anton Bitel
Bloodsuckers hit the beach in Neil Jordan’s woozy and extremely violent British noir.
How could a gore-flecked take on the beloved Brothers’ Grimm fairy tale turn out to be such a write-off?
Stripping away the dazzling veneer of sun-dappled privilege, Stephen Frears reveals a world of betrayal, desperation, bitterness and regret.
The problem in this empty cinema of spectacle is that there are hardly any arresting images or memorable moments.