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Tim Roth on ‘Sundown,’ ‘She-Hulk’ and Why He Doesn’t Watch Himself on Screen

Sitting in the sun in the garden of a Venice Palazzo, Tim Roth looks far too relaxed for an actor who never seems to stop working. He’s here to talk about Michel Franco’s Sundown. The film…

Tim Roth in Michel Franco’s ‘Sundown’: Film Review | Venice 2021

Charlotte Gainsbourg also stars in this drama of splintered family dynamics when a vacation under the Acapulco sun is cut short by tragedy.

Cannes: Mia Hansen-Løve on ‘Bergman Island,’ the Ghost of the Swedish Filmmaker and Her “Awful” 2020

It’s been an intense year for Mia Hansen-Løve. The French director of All Is Forgiven (2007) and Things to Come (2016) had finished her new film — her English-language debut Bergman Island

Toronto: Tim Roth to Star in ‘Punch’ Boxing Drama

Tim Roth is attached to star in New Zealand director Welby Ings' debut feature, the drama 'Punch,' with The Yellow Affair unveiling the project to buyers at the virtual Toronto Film Festival market…

Canadian Screen Awards: ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Leads Nominations

Eugene and Dan Levy's 'Schitt's Creek,' originally a CBC and then a Pop TV comedy, on Tuesday nabbed a field-leading 26 nominations for the 2020 Canadian Screen Awards.

‘The Song of Names’: Film Review | TIFF 2019

THR review: Clive Owen and Tim Roth star in 'The Song of Names,' Francois Girard's drama about a gifted Jewish musician who barely escaped Poland before the Holocaust and his adopted English brother.

‘The Song of Names’ to Close San Sebastian Film Festival

The San Sebastian International Film Festival will close its 67th edition with the international premiere of 'The Song of Names,' starring Tim Roth and Clive Owen.

Tim Roth to Receive Sarajevo Film Festival Honor

British actor Tim Roth is adding Hollywood star power to the Sarajevo Film Festival where he will receive an honorary Heart of Sarajevo Award.

Critic’s Notebook: What ‘Luce’ Gets Wrong About Interracial Adoption

Based on a play, 'Luce,' the provocative new film starring Naomi Watts, Tim Roth and Octavia Spencer, misses a major opportunity to go deep on a subject rarely broached on big or small screens.

Naomi Watts, ‘Luce’ Director on How the Film Explores Issues of Race, Identity for Kids

Naomi Watts and 'Luce' director Julius Onah spoke to The Hollywood Reporter at the movie's New York red-carpet screening about the complex relationship between the film's two white parents and their…

Sky Orders ‘Tin Star’ for Third and Final Season

'Tin Star,' the Tim Roth-starring original from Comcast-owned European pay TV giant Sky, has been commissioned for a third and final season.

‘Luce’: Film Review | Sundance 2019

Naomi Watts and Tim Roth worry about their adopted son Kelvin Harrison Jr. in Julius Onah's drama 'Luce.'