Joanna Hogg

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Belfast and Boiling Point top British independent film award nominations
Kenneth Branagh’s autobiographical Belfast and kitchen drama Boiling Point starring Stephen Graham both secure 11 Bifa nods each

Andrew Pulver

03, Nov, 2021 @12:34 PM

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London film festival 2021: Peter Bradshaw’s top 10 picks
Tilda Swinton in Memoria, Kenneth Branagh’s memorial to Belfast and Edgar Wright’s 60s horror: the Guardian’s chief film critic chooses his must-sees at this year’s festival

Peter Bradshaw

05, Oct, 2021 @2:29 PM

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West Side Story, a Sopranos prequel and Bond: the best films to see in autumn 2021
Spielberg revamps Bernstein, young Tony is lured by the mob, Phyllida Lloyd tackles spousal abuse, Top Gun returns – and Daniel Craig calls time on 007 with bangs galore

Peter Bradshaw

24, Aug, 2021 @7:00 AM

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Cannes 2021 week one roundup: saliva tests and strange visions
It’s not the festival as we know it, but despite Covid restrictions there are wild gems from Leos Carax, Joanna Hogg, Todd Haynes and more

Xan Brooks

10, Jul, 2021 @1:00 PM

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The Souvenir Part II review – a flood of austere sunlight in Joanna Hogg’s superb sequel
Hogg’s double-Swinton, highly-autobiographical study of a young film-maker is less detached, more emotionally engaging, as we enter Julie’s world for a second time

Peter Bradshaw

08, Jul, 2021 @8:16 AM

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Cannes: Joanna Hogg and Clio Barnard to premiere new films in Directors’ Fortnight
Twelve of the 30 film-makers featured in Directors’ Fortnight sidebar are women, compared to four of the 24 in main competition

Andrew Pulver

08, Jun, 2021 @12:33 PM

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Need zing in your Zoom? Let Warhol and the avant-garde vamp up your video conferences
It’s hard to make much of a mark in the strange, static world of video-conferencing. But we could all learn a trick or two from famous arthouse film-makers, from Jim Jarmusch to Andy Warhol

Steve Rose

23, Apr, 2020 @3:00 PM

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Prince William's ticking off means Bafta must get serious about diversity
Bafta seeks to project the image of a global, inclusive institution but the reality suggests it is guided by outdated traditions and prejudices

Steve Rose

03, Feb, 2020 @3:41 PM

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Anna Karina, Catherine Deneuve: movies malign women by calling them muses
Male directors have often diminished the highly creative women who inspired them. Will the rise of female film-makers revolutionise the role of ‘muse’?

Anne Billson

27, Dec, 2019 @2:00 PM

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The 50 best films of 2019 in the UK: the full list
Our pick of the year’s top movies released in the UK reveals the end of an era, painful breakups, festive families, horrors both real and imagined, and heroes of many kinds

20, Dec, 2019 @9:36 AM

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The Souvenir leads nominations for London critics' circle film awards
Joanna Hogg’s autobiographical relationship drama has seven nominations, ahead of Martin Scorsese’s mob epic The Irishman and Sam Mendes’ war movie 1917

Andrew Pulver

17, Dec, 2019 @2:53 PM

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The 50 best films of 2019 in the UK: No 5 – The Souvenir
Joanna Hogg’s breakup drama replays, in astonishingly painful detail, her life as a student having an affair with an older man

Catherine Shoard

16, Dec, 2019 @6:00 AM

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