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The Menu Dir: Mark Mylod
The Forgiven Dir: John Michael McDonagh
The Dig Dir: Simon Stone
No Time To Die Dir: Cary Joji Fukunaga
The King's Man Dir: Matthew Vaughn
The White Crow Dir: Ralph Fiennes
Official Secrets Dir: Gavin Hood
Dolittle Dir: Stephen Gaghan
Holmes & Watson Dir: Etan Cohen
The LEGO Batman Movie Dir: Chris McKay
Kubo and the Two Strings Dir: Travis Knight
Hail, Caesar Dir: Ethan Coen & Joel Coen
Spectre Dir: Sam Mendes
Two Women Dir: Vera Glagoleva
A Bigger Splash Dir: Luca Guadagnino
Grand Budapest Hotel Dir: Wes Anderson
The Invisible Woman Dir. Ralph Fiennes
Skyfall Dir. Sam Mendes
Great Expectations Dir. Mike Newell
Wrath of the Titans Dir: Jonathan Liebesman
Page 8 Dir: David Hare
Coriolanus Dir: Ralph Fiennes
Harry Potter
& The Deathly Hallows Part I & II
Dir: David Yates
Cemetery Junction Dir: Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant
Clash Of The Titans Dir: Louis Leterrier
Nanny McPhee And The Big Bang Dir: Susanna White
The Reader Dir: Saul Dibb
The Duchess Dir: Stephen Daldry
Hurt Locker Dir: Kathyrn Bigelow
In Bruges Dir: Martin McDonagh
Harry Potter & The Order Of The Phoenix Dir: David Yates
Bernard And Doris Dir: Bob Balaban
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire Dir: Mike Newell
Land Of The Blind Dir: Bob Edwards
The White Countess Dir: James Ivory
Wallace and Grommit Dir: Steve Box/Nick Park
Chromophobia Dir: Martha Fiennes
The Constant Gardener Dir: Fernando Meirelles
The Chumscrubber Dir: Arie Posin
Maid In Manhattan Dir: Wayne Wang
Red Dragon Dir: Brett Ratner
The Good Thief Dir: Neil Jordan
Spider Dir: David Cronenberg
The Miracle Maker Dir: Derek W Hayes & Stanislav Sokolov
The End Of The Affair Dir: Neil Jordan
Onegin Dir: Martha Fiennes
Sunshine Dir: Istvan Szabo
The Avengers Dir: Jeremiah Chechik
Oscar And Lucinda Dir: Gillian Armstrong
The English Patient Dir: Anthony Minghella
Strange Days Dir: Kathryn Bigelow
Quiz Show Dir: Robert Redford
Schindler's List Dir: Steven Spielberg
The Baby Of Macon Dir: Peter Greenaway
Wuthering Heights Dir: Peter Kosminsky


Beat The Devil Dir: Nicholas Hytner
The Bridge Theatre
Antony and Cleopatra  Dir: Simon Godwin
National Theatre
Richard III Dir: Rupert Goold
Almeida Theatre
The Master Builder Dir: Matthew Warchus
Old Vic
Man & Superman Dir: Simon Godwin
National Theatre
The Tempest Dir: Trevor Nunn
Theatre Royal, Haymarket
Oedipus Dir: Jonathan Kent
National Theatre
First Love Dir: Michael Colgan
Gate Theatre for the Lincoln Centre Festival New York
God Of Carnage Dir: Matthew Warchus
Gielgud Theatre, London
First Love Dir: Michael Colgan
Gate Theatre for the Sydney Festival
The Faith Healer Dir: Jonathan Kent
Gate Theatre, Dublin & The Booth, Broadway
Julius Caesar Dir: Deborah Warner
Barbican and Tour
Brand Dir: Adrian Noble
Theatre Royal, Haymarket
The Talking Cure Dir: Howard Davies
Royal National Theatre
The Play Wot I Wrote Dir: Kenneth Branagh
Wyndham's Theatre
Richard II Dir: Jonathan Kent
Almeida Company
Coriolanus Dir: Jonathan Kent
Almeida Company
Ivanov Dir: Jonathan Kent
Almeida Theatre
Hamlet Dir: Jonathan Kent
Almeida Company at The Hackney Empore & The Belasco, Broadway
Winner of the Tony Award for Best Actor
Troilus & Cressida Dir: Sam Mendes
King Lear Dir: Nicholas Hytner
Love's Labour Lost Dir: Terry Hands
The Plantagenets: Henry V1 - Parts I & II Dir: Adrian Noble
Richard III Dir: DI Trevis
Much Ado About Nothing Dir: Di Trevis
King John Dir: Deborah Warner
The Man Who Came To Dinner Dir: Gene Saks
Six Characters In Search Of An Author Dir: Michael Rudman
Royal National Theatre
Fathers And Sons Dir: Michael Rudman
Royal National Theatre
Ting Tang Mine Dir: Michael Rudman
Royal National Theatre
Romeo & Juliet Dir: Declan Donnellan
Regent's Park
A Midummer Night's Dream Dir: David Conville
Regent's Park
Me Man Sez Dir: John Retallack
Oldham Coliseum
Don Quixote Dir: John Retallack
Oldham Coliseum
Cloud Nine Dir: John Retallack
Oldham Coliseum
Night And Day Dir: Toby Robertson
Theatre Clwyd
See How They Run Dir: Toby Robertson
Theatre Clwyd
Twelfth Night Dir: Richard Digby-Day
Regent's Park
A Midsummer Night's Dream Dir: Toby Robertson
Regent's Park
Ring Round The Moon Dir: David Conville
Regent's Park


REV Dir. Peter Cattaneo
How Proust Can Change Your Life Dir: Peter Bevan
The Cormorant Dir: Peter Markham
A Dangerous Man: 'Lawrence After Arabia' Dir: Chris Menaul
Anglia Television
Prime Suspect Dir: Chris Menaul
Granada Television


Best Supporting Actor (Nominated) Golden Globes 2009
Best Actor (Nominated) London Critics' Circle Award 2009
Best Supporting Actor (Nominated) British Independent Film Awards 2009
Bernard and Doris
Best Actor (Nominated) Golden Globes 2009
Outstanding Lead Actor (Nominated) Emmy 2008
Outstanding Lead Actor (Nominated) Screen Actors Guild Award 2008
The Constant Gardener
Best Actor (Nominated) BAFTA 2006
Best Actor British Independent Film Awards 2006
Best Actor London Critics' Circle Award 2006
Best Actor Evening Standard Awards 2006
Red Dragon
Best Supporting Actor (Nominated) Academy Of Science Fiction Saturn Award 2003
End Of The Affair
Best Actor (Nominated) BAFTA 2003
Best Actor (Nominated) London Critics' Circle Award 2003
Best Actor In A Lead Role(Nominated) Genie Award 2000
Best Actor European Film Award 1999
Prince Of Egypt
Oustanding Achievement For Voice Actor (Nominated) Annie 1999
English Patient
Best Actor In A Leading Role(Nominated) Academy Award 1997
Best Actor In A Leading Role(Nominated) BAFTA 1997
Best Actor - Drama (Nominated) Golden Globe 1997
Best Actor (Nominated) Golden Satellite Award 1997
Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Lead Role (Nominated) Screen Actors' Guild Awards 1997
Oustanding Performance By A Cast (Nominated With The Cast) Screen Actors' Guild Awards 1997
Schinder's List
Best Actor London Critics' Circle Film Award 1995
Best Supporting Actor BAFTA 1994
Best Supporting Actor (Nominated) Academy Award 1994
Best Supporting Actor (Nominated) Golden Globe 1994
Best Supporting Actor Chicago Film Critics' Award 1994
Best Supporting Actor National Society Of Film Critics' Award 1994
Best Supporting Actor Dallas Fort Worth Film Critics' Award 1994
Best Breakthrough Performance (Nominated) 1994 MTV Award 1994
Best Supporting Actor New York Film Critics' Award 1993
Best Supporting Actor Boston Film Critics' Award 1993
Best Actor Krysztof Kielowski Award 2005


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Antony and Cleopatra

★★★★★ “In RALPH FIENNES and Sophie Okonedo, Simon (Godwin) has two actors who are willing to re-think the leading roles. The result is engrossing, unexpected and quite riveting. Both a Roman triumph and an Egyptian feast. Both are instantly fascinating. Antony is haunted by his age, by his depletion of prowess, but his eyes still have spark and fire. Most Antony’s shout; FIENNES doesn’t, finding in the language instead a sort of harried sorrow, a constant searching that makes sense both of the constant descriptions of the man’s nobility but also of the strangely botched, half-comic nature of his tragedy. At climactic moments, the space clears, leaving FIENNES and Okonedo alone with their griefs, their fears and their love. Which is absolutely as it should be because as this fine, confident production shows, this is an endlessly relevant play about an entire world – but also about two people who are fighting their own mortality and trying to love one another.”
Whats On Stage - Sarah Crompton

★★★★☆ “RALPH FIENNES and Sophie Okonedo are at the top of their game as the self-deluded lovers. FIENNES is at his best in charting Antony’s tragic decline. He magnificently captures Antony’s shame after the battle of Actium and has the capacity to illuminate every phrase: when he says “this pine is barked [ie stripped] that overtopped them all” he gives an unforgettable image of a man confronting his own desolation.”
The Guardian – Michael Billington

★★★★☆ “Director Simon Goodwin embraces the sensuous beauty of Shakespeare’s Roman romance with an elegant contemporary aesthetic and seriously impressive staging. While RALPH FIENNES and Sophie Okonedo bring immense talent, warmth and wit to the besotted General and his queen.”
Culture Whisperer – Lucy Brooks

★★★★☆ “Antony and Cleopatra comes across with such walloping emotional immediacy […] thanks to the blazing star power of RALPH FIENNES and Sophie Okonedo. Two legends, increasingly conscious that they are both past their prime, Antony and Cleopatra rev up their fabled relationship with beautiful, bare-faced hyperbole: “Eternity was in our lips and eyes…” […] FIENNES is brilliant at communicating the scalding, ranting shame that Antony feels at corrupting men through his military failures. To his perception, it’s as though the earth is disdaining his tread.”
The Independent – Paul Taylor

★★★★☆ “RALPH FIENNES and Sophie Okonedo achieve a simmering chemistry in the title roles. Their push-pull relationship always has an air of danger, yet it’s also a thing of beauty, with moments of quivering delight. Okonedo is magical in the first half, and FIENNES dominates the second. His Antony is memorably intense. He’s a soldier with a mighty reputation, who still believes that he can cut it on the battlefield, but there’s a gulf between the legend and the reality. FIENNES nails the overemphatic masculinity of a man hoping to prove he’s not past his prime, and is at his best when straddling the boundary between being amusingly suave and uncomfortably louche.”
Evening Standard - Henry Hitchings


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