Anthony Minghella

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The week in classical: Madam Butterfly; The Angel Esmeralda – review
Welsh soprano Natalya Romaniw triumphs in the title role of ENO’s latest revival of Anthony Minghella’s still ravishing Madam Butterfly

Fiona Maddocks

29, Feb, 2020 @11:59 AM

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Toronto 2018 roundup: popcorn, syrup and a convict in space
While Steve McQueen and Barry Jenkins led the hype for Oscars, it was veteran director Claire Denis’s bizarre sci-fi High Life that really caught the eye

Simran Hans

15, Sep, 2018 @3:00 PM

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‘It's the book that gave me freedom’: Michael Ondaatje on The English Patient
The novel has been translated into 38 languages and the film scooped nine Oscars. Now, as The English Patient wins the Golden Booker prize – voted readers’ favourite in 50 years – the author reveals why he could never have been a writer if he’d stayed in Britain

Aida Edemariam

09, Jul, 2018 @5:03 PM

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This be the place… Larkin flats to get second plaque
Letters: The plaque on a building where Philip Larkin lived may be joined by a second, for another acclaimed occupant, as Stephanie Wilson explains

Letters

24, Jul, 2017 @6:22 PM

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La La Land meets Isle of Wight in Minghella Jr’s debut as a director
Max Minghella follows in father Anthony’s footsteps as a screenwriter and director

Dalya Alberge

22, Jul, 2017 @11:05 PM

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Opera's Faustian pact: is a cinema director's vision what the genre needs?
Sofia Coppola’s La Traviata was slated on its Rome premiere. But will a cinema audience have an entirely different perspective? Stuart Jeffries wonders whether an outsider’s eye is an advantage for an art form increasingly consumed outside the opera house

Stuart Jeffries

06, Jul, 2017 @2:28 PM

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How Colin Dexter changed the face of crime fiction
Colin Dexter’s Inspector Morse novels began a boomtime in crime fiction on television and in bookshops – and we are still feeling its effects

John Dugdale

24, Mar, 2017 @8:00 AM

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Liz Jensen: Seeing The Ninth Life of Louis Drax on screen is like meeting an eerie stranger
Fourteen years after my kid in a coma first appeared at the kitchen table, the film – starring Jamie Dornan, Sarah Gadon and Aaron Paul – is to appear at last

Liz Jensen

02, Sep, 2016 @11:00 AM

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Alan Rickman: 10 key performances
From the Sheriff of Nottingham to Severus Snape, Alan Rickman played some of the most memorable roles cinema had to offer. Here are 10 of the best

Andrew Pulver

14, Jan, 2016 @12:53 PM

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Alan Rickman: an actor of singular charm and hypnotic charisma
Rickman, who has died at the age of 69, was irresistible even at his most acid, and leaves behind an astonishing legacy of indelible performances

Peter Bradshaw

14, Jan, 2016 @12:35 PM

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The director's cut: Oliver Stone's move from silver screen to small screen

Mark Lawson: The Nixon director's new American history series sees him follow in the footsteps of Alfred Hitchcock, David Lynch and Steven Spielberg

Mark Lawson

17, Apr, 2013 @3:21 PM

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Max Minghella: 'At first it was difficult to be taken seriously'

Max Minghella initially found being the son of Oscar-winner Anthony Minghella a hindrance to his acting career, but he is now proving to be a star in his own right, writes Elizabeth Day

Elizabeth Day

22, Oct, 2011 @11:06 PM

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