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‘The Duke’: Film Review | Venice 2020

Jim Broadbent plays a thief with noble intentions and Helen Mirren his grief-hardened wife in 'The Duke,' Roger Michell’s account of a real-life art theft.

‘Blackbird’: Film Review | TIFF 2019

THR review: In 'Blackbird,' Susan Sarandon is joined by Kate Winslet, Mia Wasikowska and Sam Neill as a family enjoying one last weekend together before the matriarch checks out on her own terms.

Toronto: ‘Blackbird’ Star Susan Sarandon Talks Assisted Suicide, Oscar Campaigns

Susan Sarandon on Friday jumped into the debate over physician-assisted suicide as she talked about her role in 'Blackbird', playing a terminally ill family matriarch saying goodbye to her family.

‘Blackbird,’ Starring Susan Sarandon and Kate Winslet, to Open San Sebastian Film Festival

Roger Michell's 'Blackbird,' starring Susan Sarandon, Kate Winslet, Mia Wasikowska and Sam Neill, will get its European premiere as the opening film at this year's 67th edition of the San Sebastian International Film Festival

‘Tea With the Dames’: Film Review

British acting legends Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Maggie Smith star as themselves in the documentary 'Tea With the Dames,' directed by Roger Michell.

‘Consent’: Theater Review

British playwright Nina Raine's timely rape drama, 'Consent,' transfers to the West End following last year's sell-out National Theatre premiere, packing additional weight in the post-Weinstein climate.

‘Mood Music’: Theater Review

Roger Michell directs Ben Chaplin in 'Mindhunter' creator Joe Penhall's topical new play 'Mood Music,' which touches on abuse of power in the music industry.

‘My Cousin Rachel’: Film Review

Rachel Weisz plays the enigmatic title character in 'My Cousin Rachel,' Roger Michell's romantic thriller based on a 1951 novel by Daphne du Maurier, which also stars Sam Claflin.

‘Notting Hill’ Director Roger Michell Signs With WME (Exclusive)

The British filmmaker recently helmed "Hyde Park on Hudson" and "Le Week-End."

Pacific Northwest Takes Canadian Rights to Roger Michell’s ‘Le Week-End’

The Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan-starring romantic comedy bowed at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Le Week-end: Toronto Review

Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan play a long-married couple returning to the scene of their honeymoon in Roger Michell's comedy-drama, which also features Jeff Goldblum.

Morning Glory: Film Review

In 'Morning Glory,' a highly caffeinated young producer of a national morning TV show urges her two aging and cranky co-hosts to get outside their comfort zone to reverse their dismal ratings. Too bad this comedy fails to take its heroine's advice because the movie never sneaks away from a comfy sitcom mode.