We Are X Review

The Plot We Ae X is a documentary film exploring the unique musical career and impact of legendary Japanese rock band X Japan. Lead by enigmatic musical icon Yoshiki the band transformed Japanese music forever and continue to reach an ever growing army of devoted fans around the world. The Good Director Steven Kijak and [...]

Certain Women Review

The Plot Inspired by the various short stories of Maile Meloy, Certain Women follows the intersecting lives of four women in small town America. Following a lawyer, domineering wife, lonesome rancher and exhausted teacher the film pieces together a loose narrative built around their collective and mostly mundane daily existences. The Good Director Kelly Reichardt [...]

Bitter Harvest Review

The Plot Set in 1930s Ukraine, as Stalin ruthlessly advances the ambitions of the communist party in Russia, young artist Yuri battles to save his village from the Holodomor, the systematic Soviet program of engineering a famine with genocidal consequences for the people of Ukraine. The Good Bitter Harvest deals with one of the most [...]

The Lost City Of Z Review

The Plot Real Life British explorer Major Percival Fawcett sets out to secure the glory he desperately needs to advance his career by undertaking a long and dangerous expedition to chart the remotest regions of the Amazon during the perilous dawn of the 20th century. While doing so he believes he may have found a [...]

BAFTA Film Awards 2017 Winners Pictures

Check out an exclusive Red Carpet News TV gallery of pictures of winners from the EE BAFTA Film Awards 2017 at the Royal Albert Hall.  

EE BAFTA Film Awards 2017 Report

At tonight’s EE British Academy Film Awards La La Land was named Best Film, with Damien Chazelle winning Director and Emma Stone receiving the award for Leading Actress. Linus Sandgren won for Cinematography and Justin Hurwitz won Original Music. Casey Affleck won Leading Actor for his role in Manchester by the Sea, which also earned its writer/director Kenneth Lonergan the award for Original Screenplay. Supporting Actor went to Dev Patel for Lion, for which Luke Davies won Adapted Screenplay. The ceremony was hosted for a 12th year [...]

Max Irons Bitter Harvest Interview

Max Irons spoke exclusively to Red Carpet News about upcoming historical drama Bitter Harvet. Set between the two World Wars and based on true historical events the film conveys the untold story of the Holodomor, the largely forgotten genocidal famine engineered by Stalin. The film displays a powerful tale of love, honour, rebellion and survival [...]

Craig Roberts Talks Red Oaks Final Season 3

While being celebrated in London as a rising British star by the Newport Beach Film Festival, Craig Roberts spoke to Red Carpet News about the frankly awesome Amazon original series Red Oaks. Craig confirmed that while he  still remains in the dark about exactly what’s in store for David and how the show will ultimately end, [...]

Charles Dance Pays Tribute To Sir John Hurt

Speaking at the London awards ceremony for the Newport Beach Film Festival Charles Dance paid tribute to Sir John Hurt following the recent tragic loss of the iconic British actor. Dance worked with the veteran actor on what sadly proved to be Hurt’s final screen appearance . Sir John plays a terminally ill screenwriter in [...]

EE Launches BAFTA Red Carpet Robot Selfies

At this year’s EE British Academy Film Awards, EE will be helping thousands of film fans get closer to the stars by giving them the chance to have a ‘virtual selfie’ taken on the red carpet. This will be made possible thanks to innovative custom-built camera technology featured in the EE Roboselfie: a high-tech, selfie-taking [...]