Carey Mulligan

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The Dig review – Sutton Hoo excavation romance is none too deep
Carey Mulligan and Ralph Fiennes unearth an Anglo-Saxon burial ship, but leave their emotions interred, in this robustly English drama

Peter Bradshaw

13, Jan, 2021 @3:00 PM

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How Promising Young Woman shows the limits of #MeToo revenge
The tart Oscar-tipped dark comedy offers an intoxicating revenge plot against bad men. But can insight be found in assuming everyone’s worst potential?

Adrian Horton

05, Jan, 2021 @3:04 PM

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Emerald Fennell: the wickedly funny screen princess of darkness
After Call the Midwife and Killing Eve, the Londoner has turned director with her own tale of violent female revenge

Vanessa Thorpe

29, Mar, 2020 @6:01 AM

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Will 2020 be a turning point for female film-makers?
After last month’s Sundance film festival showcased more works than ever from women, a string of blockbusters is set to slowly level the playing field

Benjamin Lee

04, Feb, 2020 @7:10 AM

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Promising Young Woman review – Carey Mulligan ignites fiery #MeToo revenge tale
An electrifying lead performance papers over some of the more cartoonish cracks in a timely, darkly comic thriller about a woman on a mission

Benjamin Lee in Park City

26, Jan, 2020 @11:49 PM

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British stars unveil alternative Bafta list in film diversity row
Actors and directors speak out over awards omissions and highlight ‘invisible talent’ that deserves a place on the red carpet

Vanessa Thorpe

26, Jan, 2020 @6:19 AM

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The most exciting movies of 2020 – crime films and thrillers
The Sopranos gets a prequel, Jennifer Lawrence jumps back into action and Jim Broadbent stars as a real-life cabbie who stole a Goya in next year’s buzziest crime capers and thrillers

Guardian Film

26, Dec, 2019 @10:50 AM

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Women worldwide must be heard and respected | Letters
Letters: Seventy-six women from the arts, business world, law and politics, including Emma Watson, Keira Knightley and Emma Thompson, call on governments to support and protect women fighting for their rights around the world

Letters

08, Mar, 2019 @6:59 AM

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And the winner probably isn't: this season's 11 overlooked film performances
From Maggie Gyllenhaal’s anxiety-inducing teacher to Steven Yeun’s chilling villain, there’s a wealth of great acting that isn’t being recognised by voters

Jake Nevins

09, Jan, 2019 @9:00 AM

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And the 2018 Braddies go to … Peter Bradshaw's films of the year
Guardian Film’s official best of the year list – voted for by a panel of reviewers, writers and editors - is into the final furlong. Meanwhile, here are our chief critic’s personal picks

Peter Bradshaw

10, Dec, 2018 @10:08 AM

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Mumford & Sons on Jordan Peterson, the Grenfell tragedy – and being hated
They’re a band that the British public love to sneer at, but they say it has long stopped bothering them. And, anyway, they have bigger fish to fry

Rachel Aroesti

16, Nov, 2018 @6:00 AM

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Wildlife review – Carey Mulligan saves this mannered domestic drama
Actor Paul Dano’s first film as director shows promise, but the dysfunctional family at its heart fails to fully engage

Simran Hans

11, Nov, 2018 @8:00 AM

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