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‘Youth’ Wins Big at European Film Awards

Paolo Sorrentino's lastest picture wins best film and best director, while Michael Caine and Charlotte Rampling take acting honors at the 28th EFAs, held in Berlin on Dec. 12.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Charlotte Rampling (’45 Years’)

The 69-year-old, who's been acting in films for 50 years, garnered the best reviews of her career — and could land her first Oscar nom — for her portrayal of a woman nearing her 45th…

‘Spotlight’ Named Best Picture by L.A. Film Critics

The top acting awards went to Michael Fassbender for 'Steve Jobs' and Charlotte Rampling for '45 Years.'

Charlotte Rampling: “I Was Looking Forward to Getting Older to Have More Understanding” — Actress Oscar Roundtable

"If a woman is determined, she will get what she wants because we are very determined creatures, and if we have a little bit of talent as well, with that determination, that's what we will do," says…

Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett and Six More Top Actresses on Pay Gap, Sex Scenes and the Price of Speaking Frankly: “There Is Always a Backlash”

Kate Winslet, Jane Fonda, Carey Mulligan, Brie Larson, Helen Mirren and Charlotte Rampling join for THR's annual fun, frank and uncensored Actress Roundtable.

European Film Awards: ‘The Lobster,’ ‘Victoria,’ ‘Youth’ Score Multiple Nominations

Alicia Vikander, Colin Farrell, Michael Caine and Charlotte Rampling are among this year's acting nominees.

EFA to Honor Christoph Waltz, Charlotte Rampling

The two stars will be picking up honorary awards at the Dec. 12 event in Berlin.

Telluride: ’45 Years’ Thrusts Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay Into Oscar Race

The British indie drama, whose stars both won Silver Bear acting prizes at the Berlin International Film Festival, explores how one jarring event causes an older couple to reconsider everything…

Michelle Dockery Boards ‘The Lunchbox’ Director’s Next Feature

'The Sense of an Ending' will also star Charlotte Rampling, Emily Mortimer and Jim Broadbent.

‘Portrait of the Artist’ (‘Le Dos Rouge’): Film Review

French filmmaker Bertrand Bonello stars as a director prepping a project about monstrosity in Antoine Barraud's self-reflexive drama

Willie Nelson, Charlotte Rampling Board ‘Waiting For the Miracle to Come’

Bono and Wim Wenders will executive produce Lian Lunson's feature, to also star newcomer Sophie Lowe.

Berlin: Jafar Panahi Wins Golden Bear for ‘Taxi’

The film was shot in secret to circumvent the Iranian government, which has banned Panahi from making movies.