Famous faces in film: Q&As to book now
BAFTA, BFI and Everyman are among the venues hosting Q&As with the most exciting names in the film industry – here's all the best events to book now
Keira Knightley made her big screen debut in 1995 at only 10 years old. Since then, she's been seen in countless iconic films, carving a name for herself that could never be forgotten.
Ahead of Colette coming early next year, the actor will be looking back over her triumphant career at BAFTA in an exclusive event. Tickets go on sale at 12:30 PM on Friday 30 November.Read more ...
From Withnail and I to Bram Stoker's Dracula, Richard E Grant has had a surprising and consistently impressive big screen career. On TV too, with roles in Game of Thrones and Doctor Who, there's no comparing the strength of Grant's character acting.
To celebrate the power of bittersweet loyalty in his performance as Jack Hock alongside Melissa McCarthy for the phenomenal 2019 release Can You Ever Forgive Me?, the actor will appear at BAFTA's Life in Pictures career retrospective to kick off the season in timeless style.Read more ...
Agatha Christie is getting the small screen treatment again this winter. A BBC adaptation of the ABC Murders sees John Malkovich take on the role of Hercule Poirot, hot on the trail of a methodical killer who just happens to be a railway aficionado.
The director and screenwriter of the upcoming show will be joining James Prichard, CEO of Agatha Christie Ltd, as well as actors Tara Fitzgerald (Game of Thrones) and Rupert Grint (Harry Potter) for a Q&A after a preview screening of the first episode.Read more ...
Sebastián Lelio has been busy. There's no time to rest, since the Chilean filmmaker won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Feature just last year with A Fantastic Woman. His new film, Disobedience hits cinemas at the end of November, and Julianne Moore is on board for his next project Gloria Bell after that – an English-language remake of his own feature Gloria.
Featuring Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams in a passionate love affair within the Orthodox Jewish community, Lelio will be discussing the film at Everyman Hampstead ahead of its release.Read more ...
Notorious for sporting the same Berghaus fleece in all public appearances, national cinematic landmark Mike Leigh will be gracing HistFest in collaboration with Everyman to talk about his new historical drama Peterloo.
Leigh changed the face of British cinema with his kitchen sink dramas and directing style that favoured improvisation – and never hesitates to speak his mind. Book a ticket to see how he could surprise us next.Read more ...
David Walliams is no longer just one half of Little Britain. The actor can now add talent show judge, presenter and author to his credits – and one of his latest stories from 'the fastest growing children's author in the UK' is coming to the small screen.
A preview of The Midnight Gang, a peculiar tale about five children in an unusual hospital, is coming to the BFI on 16 December –and Walliams himself will be present alongside actor Alan Davies for a post-screening Q&A to mark the occasion.Read more ...
The awards race starts right here. While we've been lucky enough to have Paddington 2 on our radar since last year, there's still plenty of time to talk about the loveable bear to shower it with the love it deserves – and for a good cause, too.
Noah's Ark Children's Hospice is presenting a special screening of the film and a star-studded Q&A to raise money in aid of a new children's hospice building for North and Central London. After the film, actors Peter Capaldi, Madeline Harris and Samuel Joslin (Judy and Jonathan Brown themselves) will be present discuss matters of marmalade and more.Read more ...
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