Tilda shares her favourite films, an hour talk and a poem


After receiving the BFI Fellowship Tilda was interviewed for the Sight & Sound magazine, where she shared her favourite films listed below. Have you watched any of them? I Was Born, But…… / Tokyo Story (Yasujiro Ozu) Journey to Italy (Roberto Rossellini) La Belle et la Bête (Jean Cocteau) M (Fritz Lang) Medea (Pier Paolo Pasolini) My Childhood / My Ain Folk / My Way Home (Bill Douglas) Stranger by the Lake (Alain Guiraudie) Uncle […]

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Tilda received BFI Fellowship 2020


A British Film Institute Fellowship is awarded to individuals in recognition of their outstanding contribution to film or television culture. Initiated in 1983, the BFI’s Silver Jubilee year, BFI Fellowships have been given to film and programme-makers from around the world. This year Tilda Swinton received a BFI Fellowship at the BFI Chair’s annual dinner on 2 March 2020. The award honours and celebrates Tilda’s daringly eclectic and striking talents as a performer and filmmaker. […]

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Tilda as the jury president for Marrakech Film Festival


Tilda Swinton joined the Marrakech International Film Festival with Marion Cotillard and Naomi Watts on 29th of November. Tilda was the president of the jury, the festival’s jury gathers important international writers, actors and personalities, and aims to reward the best Moroccan and foreign feature and short films. Jury included Tilda Swinton as the president, David Michod, Andrea Arnold, Chiara Mastroianni, Rebecca Zlotowski, Mikael Persbrandt, Kleber Mendonça Filho, Atiq Rahimi and Ali Essafi. Tilda was […]

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Women Make Film – documentary


The epic documentary “Women Make Film” by Mark Cousins, includes 40 “chapters”. The documentary is narrated by Tilda Swinton, Jane Fonda, Debra Winger Adjoa Andoh, Kerry Fox, Thandie Newton, and Sharmila Tagore , shot and edited by Mark Cousins. Full-length 14-hour version receives its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. Documentary has been launched by Dogwoof and Hopscotch Films. The film has been divided by Cousins into five parts for screening in Toronto Film […]

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