Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow heads home to Russia where some action-packed spy hijinx ensues in the popular Marvel character’s new solo film.
Tag: Rachel Weisz
The long-awaited Black Widow solo film is on its way and a second trailer has just been released featuring some new footage.
Scarlett Johansson reprises her role as the Marvel superhero, Black Widow, in the upcoming origin film of the same name from Australian director Cate Shortland.
Throughout The Favourite, Abigail Hill (Emma Stone) and the Duchess of Marlborough, Lady Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz), use the sport of pigeon shooting as a way of delivering cut-throat exchanges towards one another, going as far to fire blanks and splatter animal blood on the other to be imposing.
Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz vie for the affection of a frail Queen Anne (Olivia Colman) in Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest, The Favourite.
The Favourite is the latest from director Yorgos Lanthimos and it looks like his offbeat style of filmmaking is as present as ever in this historical drama/dark comedy.
Chilean director Sebastián Lelio offers a forbidden love story set within the insular context of an Orthodox Jewish community in his first English-language feature, Disobedience.
The Mercy is based on the true story of amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst (Colin Firth), whose determination to sail solo around the world was met with both praise and doubt, bringing much media attention to his ambitious endeavour.
Mick Jackson’s oh so relevant courtroom drama Denial explores the perversion of the free speech and historical debate when discredited faux-historian and Holocaust denier David Irving takes Holocaust scholar Deborah Lipstadt to trial, for merely telling the inconvenient truth.
Rachel Weisz stars as historian Deborah E. Lipstadt in a true story about the court battle between her and Holocaust denier David Irving (Timothy Spall).
When the events within a film are intensely complicated and heart-rendering, they will often be handled in one of two ways by filmmakers: with restraint, or with pure, ‘we need you to feel all the sad feels’ melodrama. For the most part, Derek Cianfrance’s adaptation of The Light Between Oceans falls under the latter category.
The Jewish International Film Festival (JIFF) will be running across various Australian locations beginning late October, through to November.