Romola Garai

One Life review – protect Anthony Hopkins at all costs

By Adam Woodward

Anthony Hopkins is sensational in James Hawes' otherwise fairly conventional biopic of Nicholas Winton, who was responsible for rescuing hundreds of Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia.


Lucile Hadžihalilovic: ‘When I make a film, something unconscious comes out’

By Katherine Connell

The French writer/director of Innocence and Earwig explains why she tells stories from a dream logic perspective.


By David Jenkins

Romola Garai’s feature directorial debut is a haunting feminist revenge horror that upturns genre tropes and flouts convention.


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