Our top 10 Tilda Swinton moments
Her cheekbones have dominated screens for thirty years – but Tilda Swinton is much more than an Academy Award winning actress
Swinging back a decade, Orlando was the film that earned Swinton her throne as a pin-up for androgyny. In her ambitious adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s faux-biography, director Sally Potter had Swinton take on an ageless gender-bending hero, who’s also a heroine. With its heavy concentration of profile shots, the film made full use of those ever iconic cheek bones.