Starring Samantha Morton, Carey Mulligan, Tom Pelphrey, Jennifer Ehle, Zoe Kazan, Patricia Clarkson, Andre Braugher, Adam Shapiro, Maren Lord and Elle Graham. Directed by Maria Schrader.
Starring Mel Gibson, Sean Penn, Natalie Dormer, Ioan Gruffudd, Jeremy Irvine, Brendan Patricks, Adam Fergus, Jennifer Ehle, Brian Fortune and Aidan McArdle. Directed by Farhad Safinia.
The compilation of the Oxford English Dictionary began in 1857 and was one of the most ambitious, and revolutionary projects ever undertaken. Professor James Murray took on the challenge of creating the most comprehensive dictionary ever compiled, but knew that it would take him and his team over a century to compile all known definitions. However, by “crowd sourcing” the work, that is, by enlisting definitions from people all over the world, the dictionary could be compiled in mere decades.
As definitions were collected, the overseeing committee, led by Professor Murray, discovered that one man, Dr. W.C. Minor (Sean Penn), had submitted more than ten thousand words. When the committee insisted on honoring him, a shocking truth came to light: Dr. Minor, an American Civil War veteran, was a convicted murderer and being held at an asylum for the criminally insane.
Starring Natalie Portman, Raffey Cassidy, Jude Law, Stacy Martin, Jennifer Ehle, Willem Dafoe, Christopher Abbott, Maria Dizzia, Meg Gibson and Daniel London. Directed by Brady Corbet.
The rise of Celeste from the ashes of a major national tragedy to pop super stardom. The film spans 18 years and traces important cultural moments through her eyes, starting in 1999 and concluding in 2017. In 1999, teenage Celeste survives a violent tragedy.
Starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Sasha Lane, Forrest Goodluck, Jennifer Ehle, John Gallagher Jr., Owen Campbell, Quinn Shephard, Emily Skeggs, Melanie Ehrlich and Christopher Dylan White. Directed by Desiree Akhavan.
Starring Madison Wolfe, Zoe Saldana, Imogen Poots, Noel Clarke, Ciara O'Callaghan, Sydney Wade, Rory Jackson, Jennifer Ehle, John Boyle and Art Parkinson. Directed by Anders Walter.
Barbara Thorson is a teenage girl who chooses to escape the realities of school and a drab family life by retreating into her magical world of Titans and Giants. With the help of her new friend Sophia and her school therapist, Barbara will learn to battle her Giants and face her fears – tackling the mean bullies at school, her sister and her difficult home life and eventually her biggest dread of the unknown.
Starring Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle, Keith Carradine, Emma Bell, Duncan Duff, Jodhi May, Joanna Bacon, Benjamin Wainwright, Catherine Bailey and Annette Badland. Directed by Terence Davies.
Born into privilege in 1803, Emily Dickinson spent most of her life on her parents’ estate in Armherst, Massachusetts. In her youth, the introverted Emily is depicted as a fiercely intelligent young woman who exchanges forthright opinions on life and art – and, more particularly, on the place of women in a deeply patriarchal society.
Emily becomes more and more reclusive as the years pass, gradually withdrawing from society. In her cloistered existence she is consumed by poetry, but the lack of recognition – fewer than a dozen of her nearly 1800 poems were published in her lifetime – and her frustrations regarding gender inequality and creative integrity make for an ever more vociferous dissention...
Starring Theo Taplitz, Greg Kinnear, Michael Barbieri, Paulina García, Jennifer Ehle, Talia Balsam, Mauricio Bustamante, Teeka Duplessis, Clare Foley and Andy Karl. Directed by Ira Sachs.
When 13-year-old Jake's grandfather dies, his family moves from Manhattan back into his father's old Brooklyn home. There, Jake befriends the charismatic Tony, whose single mother Leonor, a dressmaker from Chile, runs the shop downstairs.
Soon, Jake's parents Brian and Kathy - one, a struggling actor, the other, a psychotherapist - ask Leonor to sign a new, steeper lease on her store. For Leonor, the proposed new rent is untenable, and a feud ignites between the adults. Jake and Tony don't seem to notice; the two boys, and begin to develop a formative kinship as they discover the pleasures of being young in Brooklyn. But the children can't avoid the problems of their parents forever, and soon enough, the adult conflict intrudes upon the borders of their friendship.
Starring Kate Winslet, Matthias Schoenaerts, Alan Rickman, Stanley Tucci, Jennifer Ehle, Helen McCrory, Steven Waddington, Adrian Schiller, Danny Webb and Phyllida Law. Directed by Alan Rickman.
Madame Sabine De Barra, a strong-willed landscape designer, challenges sexual and class barriers when she is chosen to build one of the main gardens at King Louis XIV's new palace at Versailles, causing her to become professionally and romantically entangled with the court's renowned landscape architect André Le Notre. ￼￼
Starring Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Mark Strong, Joel Edgerton, Chris Pratt, Kyle Chandler, Edgar Ramírez, Mark Duplass, Scott Adkins and Jennifer Ehle. Directed by Kathryn Bigelow.
Zero Dark Thirty is a military term meaning half past midnight – the timing of the actual mission to locate and eliminate the world’s most dangerous man, Osama bin Laden. The term also refers to the secrecy that surrounded the decade long mission to track him down.
Starring Jennifer Ehle, Morfydd Clark, Lily Frazer, Turlough Convery, Lily Knight, Rosie Sansom, Marcus Hutton, Carl Prekopp, Noa Bodner and Takatsuna Mukai. Directed by Rose Glass.