Mike Figgis

Mike Figgis has roots in experimental theatre and music; two primary influences that contribute to the creative vision found throughout his feature films and documentaries. Over the course of his career, Figgis has emerged as a visionary filmmaker who thrives on taking artistic risks. Although he has been at the helm of mainstream movies such as Internal Affairs, the British filmmaker has exhibited his more eclectic personal style in films such as Stormy Monday and Liebestraum, a dark thriller for which Kim Novak came out of retirement to star. In 1996, Figgis achieved international critical acclaim for Leaving Las Vegas, which he wrote, directed and scored, receiving two Academy Award nominations. Figgis has frequently pursued personal projects and has never been afraid of exploring new territory, turning his hand to documentaries in 1994 with On Liberty; the art of interviewing, with the series Hollywood Conversations; and also digital experimentation, with the groundbreaking Timecode released to considerable critical acclaim in 2000 and continues to be shown around the world. Figgis continues to push the boundaries of digital filmmaking, most recently with Hotel, shot in Venice at the beginning of 2001 in just six weeks and with two books on the subject. Meanwhile, he has made documentaries, such as The Battle Of Orgreave; features such as Cold Creek Manor; and is involved in a wide range of projects, from masterclasses to sound and image installations.

Tom Hollander

Tom Hollander grew up in Oxford, went to school locally and read English Literature at Cambridge. As a boy he was a member of the National Youth Theatre and the National Youth Music Theatre. While at university, he was a member of the Cambridge Footlights Revue, and played a much-celebrated Cyrano De Bergerac at the Arts Theatre, directed by Sam Mendes.
His early career was primarily theatre based. Film credits include: Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel And Lawrence, Enigma, Possession, The Lawless Heart and Gosford Park. 
Recent projects include: King George V in Stephen Poliakoff's landmark BBC drama The Lost Prince, Cambridge Spies also for the BBC, Paparazzi for Icon Productions in LA and Richard Eyre's Compleat Female Stage Beauty. Tom is currently appearing at the Donmar Warehouse in John Osborne's The Hotel In Amsterdam with Olivia Williams.

Adrian Lester

Regarded as one of the most versatile actors in the UK, Adrian Lester received critical acclaim for his recent portrayal of Othello at the National Theatre, directed by Nicholas Hytner (Best Actor at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2013).  Adrian recently returned to the Tricycle Theatre (January 2014), with the multi award-winning play Red Velvet (Best Actor, Critics’ Circle Awards 2013), before taking the play off Broadway in New York (St Anne’s Warehouse). Red Velvet, based on the true story of Ira Aldridge (won Most Promising Playwright at the Critics’ Circle and Evening Standard Theatre Awards, nominated for an Olivier Award) was written by actress/producer (and Adrian’s wife) Lolita Chakrarbarti and directed by Indhu Rubasingham. Adrian has now also added directing to his list of talents.  After completing his first short film ‘Of Mary’ in 2011, which premiered at the Raindance Film Festival in the same year, Adrian directed (Ep2) of the final series of Hustle (BBC1).  
After training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, Adrian soon became one of the most celebrated actors in the West End.  His extensive theatre experience has included major roles in Sweeny Todd, Company, As You Like It, Six Degrees of Separation, Kiss of the Spider Woman, A Winter's Tale, A Midsummer Night's Dream performances that have garnered him countless awards and nominations. Adrian received critical acclaim for an impressive portrayal of Henry V at the National Theatre, directed by Nicholas Hytner, and Hamlet at the Bouffes Du Nord, directed by Peter Brook. In 2010 Adrian returned to the West End stage, starring in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, alongside James Earl Jones and Phylicia Rashad.  
Adrian’s first international film was the lead role of Henry in the blockbuster Primary Colours, alongside John Travolta and Emma Thompson. Since then Adrian has enjoyed a series of diverse and successful roles on the big screen including; The Day After Tomorrow, Born Romantic, Love's Labour's Lost, Starting Out in the Evening, Dust, Final Curtain, Scenes of a Sexual Nature, As You Like It, Doomsday, Best, Case 39, and All Is By My Side.
As well as his theatre and film credits, Adrian is a regular on our TV screens, not only with the phenomenally successful Hustle (BBC1), but a string of successful projects including When Romeo Met Juliet (BBC2), Merlin (BBC1), Sleep with Me (ITV), Ghost Squad (Ch4), Being Human (BBC), Ballet Shoes (BBC1), Bonekickers (BBC1) and Channel 4’s Empire’s Children and hard hitting, award winning TV drama, Storm Damage.
Adrian, 44, was awarded an OBE in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to drama and an Honorary Doctor of Letters of the University of Warwick in July 2013.  Adrian is married to actress and playwright Lolita Chakrabarti, has two daughters and lives in South London.     

Ken Loach

Ken Loach was born in 1936 in Nuneaton. He attended King Edward VI Grammar School and went on to study law at St. Peter's Hall, Oxford. After a brief spell in the theatre, Loach was recruited by the BBC in 1963 as a television director. This launched a long career directing films for television and the cinema, from Cathy Come Home and Kes in the sixties to Land And Freedom, Sweet Sixteen, The Wind That Shakes The Barley, The Angels' Share and The Spirit of '45 in recent years.

Ewan McGregor

Ewan McGregor is best known for his film roles in The Pillow Book, Trainspotting, Emma, Brassed Off, Nightwatch, A Life Less Ordinary, Velvet Goldmine, Rogue Trader, The Star Wars Trilogy, Moulin Rouge, Black Hawk Down, Young Adam, Down With Love, Big Fish, Scenes Of A Sexual Nature, Miss Potter, Cassandra’s Dream, Deception, Incendiary. He has also starred on the West End stage in Othello and in Guys and Dolls. Upcoming projects include Angels and Demons, I Love You Phillip Morris, Amelia and Men Who Stare At Goats. In 2002 he received the Variety Award at the British Independent Film Awards and in 2003 was nominated for Best Actor for his performance in Young Adam.

Helen Mirren

Helen Mirren, an actress whose career has encompassed many notable roles in theatre, television and film; most notably The Queen for which she won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and many other accolades for her performance. Her recent work includes in television 'Elizabeth 1' for which she won an Emmy and a Golden Globe and 'Prime Suspect V11' for which she also won an Emmy, in the theatre 'Mourning Becomes Electra' and 'Phedre' at the National Theatre.
Helen's recent film work includes Gosford Park, Calendar Girls, Inkheart and State Of Play ; The Last Station is due for release shortly. She is currently filming Brighton Rock directed by Rowan Joffe. She was appointed a Dame of the British Empire in 2003. 
Photograph by Giles Keyte

Samantha Morton

Samantha Morton has been hailed as one of the foremost actresses of her generation. Her career to date has seen her work with some of the most respected directors in the world and the diverse and often difficult choices of role she has made are reflected in the list of accolades including her Golden Globe for the role of Myra Hindley in Longford.At thirteen Morton joined Central Television’s Junior Workshop where she was quickly spotted and cast in early TV roles including Cracker and Peak Practice. Acclaimed theatre work followed with two award winning plays at London’s Royal Court Theatre and then a part in the award-winning TV drama Band of Gold. TV films Emma and Tom Jones led to her playing the title role in Robert Young’s acclaimed TV film Jane Eyre. Morton first came to the attention of International film audiences as Iris in Carine Adler’s harrowing Under The Skin. It was a role that earned her unanimous critical acclaim and the Boston Film Critics Award for Best Actress. Other critically acclaimed roles include the mute Hattie in Woody Allen’s Sweet And Lowdown for which she received both Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations as Best Supporting Actress; Sarah in Jim Sheridan’s In America for which she received her second Academy nomination for Best Actress; Claire in Roger Michell’s Enduring Love for which she received a British Independent Film Award Best Actress nomination and Deborah Curtis in Anton Corbijn’s multi award-winning film Control, earning a BAFTA nomination. She has also received a half–Lifetime achievement Award from Dennis Hopper’s ‘Cinevegas Film Festival’Notable film credits include Alison Maclean’s Jesus' Son, Julien Temple’s Pandemonium, Eric Styles Dreaming Of Joseph Lees, Amos Gitai’s Eden, Lynne Ramsay’s Morvern Callar, Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report, Michael Winterbottom’s Code 46, River Queen, The Libertine, Lassie, Harmony Korine’s Mister Lonely, Charlie Kaufman’s Synedoche, The Daisy Chain, Expired and The Golden Age. Samantha is currently filming her directorial debut in a film she has written called The Unloved which will transmit on Channel 4 in May. 

James Nesbitt

Born and raised in Northern Ireland, James studied at the Central School of Drama before starting his career on stage. James’ first feature film was Hear My Song with Adrian Dunbar, before working extensively with director Michael Winterbottom on Go Now, Jude and Welcome To Sarajevo. He gained international recognition in the film Waking Ned Devine, playing lovable pig farmer, Pig Finn.  
His first major British television roles included Ballykissangel and Playing The Field, but it was the BAFTA award winning Cold Feet that brought him to the attention of a wider audience. Based around the lives of three thirty-something couples, this critically-acclaimed drama won James both a British Comedy Award and a UK National Television Award. 
In 2002, he took the lead role of activist Ivan Cooper in Paul Greengrass’s acclaimed film Bloody Sunday. It won a Golden Berlin Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival and the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival. James’s standout performance also earned him a BAFTA nomination, in addition to the Best Actor award at the British Independent Film Awards and the Stockholm Film Festival.  
His range of TV roles has included the title role of Tommy Murphy in Murphy’s Law, which was specially written for James by writer Colin Bateman. In 2003, BBC Drama produced a modern re-working of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales with James playing the main lead Nick in The Miller’s Tale, broadcast on BBC America. In early 2004, he played the lead in two acclaimed television films - Passer By, directed by David Morrissey and written by Tony Marchant, and Wall of Silence based on the true story of the death of Jamie Robe. That same year he starred in Danny Boyle’s movie Millions and appeared in Woody Allen’s Match Point in 2005. In 2007, James starred in the critically acclaimed BBC series Jekyll which gained him a Golden Globe nomination and a Rose D’Or nomination for Best Actor. In 2008, he played Pontius Pilate in Frank Deasey’s BBC mini-series The Passion and starred in Midnight Man for ITV1. In 2009, James starred with Liam Neeson in BBC Films’ Five Minutes of Heaven and the BAFTA-award winning series Occupation for BBC1. He co-starrred with Martin Sheen as an Irish writer who joins a bereaved father undertaking a pilgrimage in Emilio Estevez’s The Way. Other film credits include Matching Jack and Ralph Fiennes' Coriolanus, alongside Gerard Butler. In 2011, James appeared in two seasons of Monroe for ITV and appears in Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy, in which he plays Bofur. His starred in Danny Boyle’s new television drama Babylon for Channel 4, which will return later this year as a six-part series.  James is filming a major thriller series, The Missing, due for transmission on BBC One in the UK and STARZ in the US later this year.
James is currently the Chancellor of the University of Ulster. 

Photography credit to Pip

Michael Sheen

Michael Sheen has proved himself equally accomplished on both stage and screen.
His many award-winning stage performances include Caligula and Frost/Nixon at the Donmar Theatre, and Hamlet at the Young Vic. He created, co-directed, and performed in the groundbreaking three-day live event The Passion in Port Talbot for National Theatre Wales. 
Sheen has starred in three films nominated for the Best Picture Academy Award: The Queen, directed by Stephen Frears, Frost/Nixon, directed by Ron Howard, and Midnight in Paris, directed by Woody Allen.
He is known to millions as a vampire in The Twilight Saga films and a werewolf in the Underworld franchise. His other feature credits include The Damned United, directed by Tom Hooper; Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland; and Tron: Legacy, directed by Joseph Kosinski.
On British television, Sheen earned awards for his performances in both Kenneth Williams Fantabulosa!, directed by Andy De Emmony, in which he played Mr. Williams, and Dirty Filthy Love, directed by Adrian Shergold. On the NBC series 30 Rock, he created the memorable characterization of Liz Lemon’s (Tina Fey) boyfriend, Wesley Snipes. Most recentlyhe made an appearance in the IFC miniseries spoof, Spoils of Babylonopposite Kristen Wiig.
He received an Emmy Award nomination for his portrayal of Tony Blair in HBO’s The Special Relationship, directed by Richard Loncraine and in 2009, he was honored by the Queen with an O.B.E. for his services to Drama.
Sheen currently stars in the Showtime series, Masters of Sexthe second season of which airs in July 2014He is also a producer on the show. Forthcoming feature film appearances include roles in Focus Feature's Kill the Messenger and Fox Searchlight's Far From the Madding Crowd.

Trudie Styler

Trudie Styler is an actress, film producer, director, human rights activist, environmentalist, organic farmer and Unicef Ambassador.  Her passionate concerns for the environment and human rights motivate many of her career choices, and are reflected most clearly in her documentary films and fundraising activities. Trudie’s film credits with her production company Xingu Films include the documentaries Boys From Brazil (1993); IDA award-winning Moving The Mountain (1995); award-winning documentary on the making of a Walt Disney animation The Sweatbox (2002) which she co-directed; and A Kind Of Childhood (2002). Always the champion of first-time filmmakers, Trudie’s production credits include The Grotesque (1996), Guy Ritchie's first two films Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels (1998) and Snatch (2000) which she executive produced; Greenfingers (2001); Cheeky (2003); Alpha Male (2005); and A Guide To Recognize Your Saints (2006) which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, winning both the Directing Award for its writer/director Dito Montiel, and the Special Jury Prize for Outstanding Ensemble Performance.  2009 will see the Sony Classics release of the science fiction feature Moon, produced by Trudie and directed by first-time writer/director Duncan Jones. Commissioned by Glamour magazine, Trudie directed her first short film entitled Wait in the summer of 2005 in New York, and is scheduled to direct her first full-length feature in 2009, also in New York. 

Tilda Swinton

A native of Scotland, Swinton started making films with the English experimental director Derek Jarman in 1985, with Caravaggio. They made seven more films together, including The Last of England, The Garden, War Requiem, Edward II (for which she won the Best Actress award at the 1991 Venice International Film Festival), and Wittgenstein, before Mr. Jarman’s death in 1994. She gained wider international recognition in 1992 with her portrayal of Orlando, based on the novel by Virginia Woolf under the direction of Sally Potter. 
She has established rewarding ongoing filmmaking relationships with Lynn Hershman-Leeson with whom she made Conceiving Ada, Teknolust and Strange Culture, with John Maybury with whom she made Man 2 Man and Love is the Devil, with Jim Jarmusch (Only Lovers Left Alive, Broken Flowers and The Limits of Control) and Luca Guadagnino with whom she made The Love Factory and the widely applauded I Am Love which she co-produced over the span of a decade.
In 1995 she conceived and performed her acclaimed site-specific live-art piece The Maybe - in which she presents herself lying asleep in a glass case - which was originally performed at The Serpentine Gallery in collaboration with an installation she devised with Cornelia Parker. 22,000 people visited The Maybe there, making it the most popular exhibition of its time. The following year, in collaboration with the French artists Pierre et Gilles - and for comparable numbers of visitors - she performed the piece at the Museo Baracco in Rome. In 2013, The Maybe was remounted at MoMA in New York, where the specifics of its incarnation there meant that it appeared unannounced, unaccompanied by any artist's commentary, official images or finite schedule, in various spaces in the museum.  
Swinton has also appeared in Spike Jonze’s Adaptation; David Mackenzie’s Young Adam;  Mike Mills’ Thumbsucker and Francis Lawrence’s Constantine; Béla Tarr’s The Man from London, Andrew Adamson’s two blockbusters The Chronicles of Narnia tales; Tony Gilroy's Michael Clayton - for her performance in which, she received both the BAFTA and Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actress of 2008 - and Erick Zonca’s Julia, which received its world-premiere at the 2008 Berlin International Film Festival and which - on its release in the UK won for Swinton the Evening Standard's Best Actress award and which performance was named as Indiewire's hands-down favourite of that year. 
In the summer of 2008 Swinton launched the Ballerina Ballroom Cinema of Dreams film festival in her hometown of Nairn, Scotland. In 2009 the festival not only curated a Scottish Cinema of Dreams edition in Beijing, but in August, returned as a mobile cinema - A Pilgrimage - that travelled and was bodily pulled for an hour each day, from Kinlochlevan on the west coast of Scotland to Nairn on the east coast. All three festivals became events of international interest. 
In 2010  Swinton launched, along with Mark Cousins, their 8 and a Half Foundation which seeks to establish a new birthday for children - the 8 and a halfth - for the celebration of a magical introduction to the wide company of cinema fandom. Inaugurated first in Scotland, two thousand children have benefitted from the first two years of this initiative to date.  
In May 2010  Swinton completed filming We Need To Talk About Kevin with Lynne Ramsay directing. We Need To Talk About Kevin went into the main competition at Cannes in 2011 to huge critical acclaim. 
Swinton worked with Wes Anderson on the movie Moonrise Kingdom in 2011 and can be seen in the recently released feature, The Grand Budapest Hotel. Swinton also features in the upcoming titles, Snowpiercer, directed by Bong Joon Ho and Only Lovers Left Alive, by Jarmusch, both of which will be released this year worldwide. 
Tilda Swinton is the mother of twins and lives in the Scottish Highlands.

Meera Syal

Over the past decade, actress, comedienne, novelist and playwright, Meera Syal has become one of the most talented, exciting and experimental women in the media. Her award winning novels Anita & Me and Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee are loved by both critics and the public alike. Her hysterical but accurate portrayal of the Asian community in television shows such as Goodness Gracious Me and The Kumars at Number 42 have enthralled audiences of all ethnic backgrounds.
To date, she is the recipient of several major awards, including a British Comedy Award, RTS Award, (both for Goodness Gracious Me), a BAFTA, (for the short film, It's Not Unusual) and a MBE for her services to The Arts in a career that spans acting, comedy, novel and screenwriting and journalism. In 2001 she was awarded both the RIMA Media Personality of the year and the Asian Women of Achievement Chairman's Award.
She was BAFTA nominated for her portrayal of Ummi in The Kumars At Number 42. Some of her writing credits include: Bollywood Dreams, Anita & Me and Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee.
She has most recently starred in The Kumars, and will be seen soon in Terry Jones' film Absolutely Anything.

David Thewlis

David’s breakthrough performance came in Mike Leigh’s Naked. Thewlis stars in two films soon to be released: Regression, directed by Alejandro Amenabar, and Macbeth, directed by Justin Kurzel. Other recent film work includes: The Lady, War Horse, Anonymous, London Boulevard, Mr Nice, Veronika Decides to Die, and The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. Thewlis also plays Professor Lupin in the Harry Potter films: The Prisoner of Azkaban, The Order of the Phoenix, The Half Blood Prince and The Deathly Hallows, parts 1 and 2. 
Other film credits include: The Inner Life of Martin Frost, The Omen, All the Invisible Children, The New World, The Kingdom of Heaven, Timeline, Gangster No. 1, Whatever Happened to Harold Smith?, Besieged, The Big Lebowski, Seven Years in Tibet, The Island of Dr Moreau, Total Eclipse, Dragonheart, Restoration, Black Beauty, The Trial, Resurrected, Vroom, Divorcing Jack, Short and Curlies and Life is Sweet. 
On television, Thewlis played the twin roles of Joe and Harry in The Street, for which he was nominated as Outstanding Actor in a TV Series Drama at the 2008 Monte Carlo TV Festival. Other TV credits include Dinotopia, Endgame, Dandelion Dead, Prime Suspect III, Frank Stubbs, Journey to Knock, Filipino Dreamgirls, Skulduggery, A Bit of a Do, Road, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit and The Singing Detective. 
In theatre, Thewlis has starred in Sam Mendes’ The Sea at the Royal National Theatre, Max Stafford-Clark’s Ice Cream at the Royal Court, Buddy Holly at the Regal in Greenwich, Ruffian on the Stairs/The Woolley at Farnham, and Lady and the Clarinet at the Kings Head.Thewlis is also known for his work as a director.
His feature film Cheeky, was released by Guerilla Pictures in 2007, and his short film Hello, Hello, Hello, was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Short Film. Thewlis’ many achievements were recognised at the 2008 British Independent Film Awards when he received the Richard Harris Award for Outstanding Contribution to Film. 
His first novel “The Late Hector Kipling” was published in 2007 to great critical acclaim.

Ray Winstone

British actor Ray Winstone most recently starred in Darren Aronofsky’s smash hit epic film “Noah”.  Ray plays Noah’s nemesis ‘Tubal Cain’, opposite Russell Crowe, Emma Watson, Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Connelly and Douglas Booth.   Later this year, Ray will be seen starring in upcoming action thriller “The Gunman”, directed by Pierre Morel and based on a Jean-Patrick Manchette novel.  The film stars Sean Penn, Javier Bardem, Idris Elba and Mark Rylance. Ray was born in Hackney in the East End of London. He studied acting at the Corona School before being cast by director Alan Clarke as Carlin (“the Daddy”) in “Scum”. This BBC Play production made Winstone’s name and since then he has appeared in numerous TV series and movies.  After playing a starring role in Franc Roddam’s “Quadrophenia” and being cast by Ken Loach in “Ladybird, Ladybird,” Gary Oldman gave Winstone the lead role in his gritty biographical drama, “Nil By Mouth”, for which he won a British Independent Film Award for Best Actor and earned a BAFTA Award nomination. His mesmerising performance lead to a succession of challenging roles including Dave in the gangster movie “Face” and Dad in Tim Roth’s disturbing drama, “The War Zone.”  He also played in the comedy drama “The Mammy” and “Fanny & Elvis” before delivering one of the finest performances of his career opposite Ben Kingsley in “Sexy Beast.” TV credits include “Henry VIII” (which went on to win Best Mini Series/TV Movie at the International Emmy Awards), “Sweeney Todd” and “Compulsion” both films for television for his company Size 9 Productions and “Vincent” for which Ray won an International Emmy Award for Best Actor for his eponymous role. Ray’s most recent television credit was playing Magwitch in BBC’s “Great Expectations”. Other film credits include “Cold Mountain”, “King Arthur”, “The Proposition”, Oscar winner “The Departed” directed by Martin Scorcese, Anthony Minghella’s “Breaking and Entering”, the title role in the Robert Zemeckis film “Beowulf” and Steven Spielberg’s “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull”. Most recent projects include “44 Inch Chest” for director Malcolm Venville, “London Boulevard” and “Edge of Darkness” both for GK Films, the newly released “Snow White and The Hunstman” opposite Charlize Theron and “The Sweeney” for Vertigo Films.  In December 2007, Ray received the Richard Harris Award for outstanding contribution at the British Independent Film Awards.

Michael Winterbottom

Michael Winterbottom is one of the most prolific and critically acclaimed directors in the world and his films represent the most striking and varied body of work of any British director.   Born in Blackburn, Lancashire, Michael studied English at Oxford. His films include Butterfly Kiss (Official Competition – Berlin Film Festival 1995); Jude (Director’s Fortnight – Cannes Film Fes1val 1996, Winner of Michael Powell Award – EIFF); Welcome To Sarajevo (Official selection - Cannes Film Festival 1998); I Want You (In Competition Berlin Film Festival 1998); Wonderland (In Competition - Cannes Film Festival, Winner of Best British Film – British Independent Film Awards 1999); The Claim (In Competition Berlin Film Festival); 24 Hour Party People (In Competition Cannes Film Festival 2002), In This World (Winner Golden Bear – Berlin International Film Festival 2003); Code 46 (In Competition Venice Film Festival 2003); 9 Songs (Best Cinematography – San Sebastian Film Festival 2004); A Cock And Bull Story (Toronto Film Festival 2005); Road To Guantanamo (Silver Bear Best Director – Berlin Film Festival 06); A Mighty Heart (Official Selection Cannes Film Festival 2007); Genova (Best Director – San Sebastian Film Festival, 2008); The Shock Doctrine (Sundance Film Festival, 2009); and The Killer Inside Me (In Competition – Berlin Film Festival 2010), The Trip (Toronto Film Festival 2010). Trishna (2011) launched at the Toronto Film Festival and recently won the TV Spielfilm Prize at the Cologne Conference.   He has also received a lifetime achievement award from the Jerusalem Film Festival and an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Bristol. 2012 saw the release of the Channel 4 funded Everyday: Best Film at the Stockholm Film Festival, was in competition for Best Film at London Film Festival 2012, and also appeared at Telluride and Toronto Film Festivals. The Look Of Love premiered at the Sundance and Berlin Film Festivals in 2013. Winterbottom recently finished The Trip To Italy, and is in post production on his latest film based in Siena, The Face Of An Angel due for release in 2014. 
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