Although far from perfect, the representation of women in film has improved in recent years. From Rosamund Pike’s ‘Marla’ in I Care A Lot to Olivia Colman’s ‘Queen Ann’ in The Favourite, the below list is a mix of recent titles that more than demonstrate that remarkable and inspiring women can now be found everywhere in film, and you should not only listen to what they have to say but give them a round of applause this International Women’s Day. Majority of us are also still in lockdown, so you have no excuse! Happy watching!
The first teaser has dropped HBO’s much-anticipated Watchmen series, but as expected, it looks like fans of Alan Moore’s graphic novel may be in for something quite different.
It appears that ‘winter’ isn’t coming, but has actually been here all along, particularly in the Czech-Moravian city of Olomouc where Vladimír ‘Furdo’ Furdík, the actor who plays the dreaded ‘Night King’ in popular series Game of Thrones, calls home.
Brno’s new Serial Killer festival is the first festival of television and online series taking place 2nd – 5th May and will showcase the best in contemporary European and world television.
The Leftovers and Lost writer Damon Lindelof is currently in talks for a television adaptation of Watchmen with HBO.
By far the most emotional episode in the show so far. Unpredictable, human, and it’s obvious that we’re getting closer to the inevitable end.
Kevin and Nora’s relationship takes a violent turn in this Melbourne based, beautifully crafted episode that’s packed with feeling and a supremely intense finale.
An incredible dark and twisted second episode with a distinctive road movie feel to itself. Some interesting new characters come to surface, but none as intriguing as Gillian Anderson’s ‘Media’ – a serious ‘wow’ moment mid-episode.
The third episode thrives on high-class performance and an introduction to a fascinating new character, but why oh why did Kevin Garvey Snr try to pick up that snake?
After a slightly unsatisfying first episode where we lost some major characters and took a Lindelof Lost-style leap into the future, episode 2 brings back that real Leftover’s vibe and character centred plot that we’ve come to love – all through the one and only Nora (Carrie Coon).