Wuthering Heights

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Andrea Arnold: I find my adaptation of Wuthering Heights 'hard to look at'
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Baftas 2012: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and My Week with Marilyn lead longlist

• Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and My Week with Marilyn earn 16 nominations each
• The Iron Lady trails with 14
• The Artist and War Horse follow with 13, while The Help and Hugo pick up 12
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• The Deep Blue Sea, Wuthering Heights and W.E. already go home empty handed

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Wuthering Heights trailer - world exclusive video

Watch an exclusive trailer for Andrea Arnold's interpretation of Emily Brontë's classic

19, Sep, 2011 @9:37 AM

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Kaya Scodelario scales new Wuthering Heights
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Venice film festival 2011: Wuthering Heights' cast are a breath of fresh air in Venice – in pictures

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Wuthering Heights at the Venice film festival: 'It's been a very difficult journey' – video

Xan Brooks praises Andrea Arnold's 'beautiful, bruised interpretation' of Wuthering Heights

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