Joanna Hogg

Watch: A Beginner’s Guide to Joanna Hogg

By Will Webb

Revisiting the acclaimed British writer/director’s first three features, Unrelated, Archipelago and Exhibition.

Remembering Tom Hiddleston as Joanna Hogg’s muse

By Beatrice Loayza

He may have hit pay dirt at Marvel, but Hiddleston found his acting feet as the British director’s roguish muse.

Joanna Hogg and Honor Swinton Byrne on the art of vulnerability

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

The writer/director and star of The Souvenir discuss diaries, memories and the life-changing qualities of making art.

The Souvenir

By Hannah Woodhead

Joanna Hogg explores her own memories to create a fragile, fascinating portrait of romance in both bloom and decay.

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Harris Dickinson and Joe Alwyn set for The Souvenir sequel

By Charles Bramesco

The former, along with Charlie Heaton, is replacing Robert Pattinson in Joanna Hogg’s next film.

Exploring the Best of British cinema at the 2019 Edinburgh Film Festival

By Iana Murray

This year’s EIFF showcased a diverse crop of homegrown films, from a monochrome Cornish curio to a love letter to Dundee.

LWLies 80: The Souvenir + 100 Mould-Breaking British Films

By David Jenkins

This special, expanded edition of the magazine celebrates British cinema and contains moving illustrations.

Watch the trailer for The Souvenir, Joanna Hogg’s memoir of passion

By Charles Bramesco

Honor Swinton Byrne and her mother Tilda star in the critically-lauded drama.

The Souvenir – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Joanna Hogg delves into her own past in this wickedly mysterious romantic drama starring Honor Swinton-Byrne.

Robert Pattinson is starring in Joanna Hogg’s next film

By Amy Bowker

Martin Scorsese will exec produce the ambitious two-part mystery romance The Souvenir.

Exhibition

By Jordan Cronk

Joanna Hogg’s impressive third feature offers an intimate dissection of an artistic couple’s relationship.

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Archipelago

By Tom Seymour

The Isles of Scilly provide the dramatic, windswept backdrop for Joanna Hogg’s soulful familial drama.

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