New picture of Adèle Exarchopoulos in ‘Orphan’.

Orphan (Orpheline) Arnaud des Pallières, France World Premiere.
Four moments in the lives of four female characters. Sandra’s youth as she moves to Paris and has a brush with disaster. Karine’s teenage years, an endless succession of runaways, men and mishaps, because anything is better than her desolate family home. The childhood of a little girl called Kiki, captured as a game of hide and seek turns to tragedy. And finally the grown-up life of Renée, a woman who thought she was safe from her own past. Gradually, we come to understand that these four characters are actually different sides of the same woman. Starring Adèle Haenel, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Gemma Arterton and Sergi López.

My Top 10 Favourite Actresses

#10: Gal Gadot                           #5: Margot Robbie

#9: Gemma Arterton                  #4: Emma Stone

#8: Mila Kunis                            #3: Natalie Portman

#7: Emily Blunt                          #2: Olga Kurylenko

#6: Keira Knightley                   #1: Jennifer Lawrence

#Bonus: Emily Ratajkowski


“My story can never be told. I write it over and over, wherever we find shelter. I write of what I cannot speak: the truth. I write all I know of it, then I throw the pages to the wind.”

-Byzantium (2012)


Once upon a time, there was a woman. The most beautiful and amazing woman in all the world…

Watch the first U.K. trailer for Colm McCarthy’s dystopian thriller The Girl with All the Gifts, led by Gemma Arterton, Paddy Considine, Glenn Close and newcomer Sennia Nanua.

The story is set in the near future, where humanity has been all but destroyed by a mutated fungal disease that eradicates free will and turns its victims into flesh-eating hungries

Only a small group of children seem immune to its effects. At an army base in rural England, this group of unique children are being studied, subjected to cruel experiments by biologist Dr. Caldwell. Despite having been infected with the zombie pathogen that has decimated the world, these children retain normal thoughts and emotions. And while still being subject to the craving for human flesh that marks the disease these second- generation “hungries” are able to think and feel making them a vital resource in the search for a cure.