Selina Cadell est une actrice anglaise, née à Londres le 21 juin 1953.
Cadell est né à Londres. Elle est apparue à la télévision, au cinéma et au théâtre britanniques au cours des trente dernières années. Elle a notamment joué dans Jeeves et Wooster en 1993, The Catherine Tate Show en 2006 et la série télévisée Victoria Wood en 1989. Elle a récemment joué le rôle de Dorothy Crowther dans The Amazing Mrs Pritchard. ; Mme Tishell dans Doc Martin; et le doyen Mieke Miedema dans les rats de laboratoire. Elle est apparue dans la production d'Anton Chekhov à Broadway dans The Cherry Orchard de Broadway et a interprété la production très acclamée de Maria dans Mendes dans Twelfth Night pour le Donmar Warehouse (Londres et New York). Elle a également prêté sa voix à la belle-soeur de Jemima Puddle Duck, Rebecca Puddle Duck, dans la série d'animation pour enfants britanniques The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends pour la BBC et le réseau de télévision Fuji.
En 2015, elle a dirigé la Royal Shakespeare Company dans leur première représentation de Love for Love de William Congreve.
En 2012, elle est brièvement apparue dans le remake de 2012 de Gambit en tant qu'invitée digne de l'hôtel, mais flatulente. En 2013, elle est apparue en tant que sœur Gregory, une religieuse catholique romaine, dans l'épisode Père Brown "La fiancée du Christ". Elle incarne elle-même la disparue, Miss Froy, le personnage précédemment interprété par Dame May Whitty et Dame Angela Lansbury dans les deux versions précédentes, dans le film télévisé 2013 The Lady Vanishes de la BBC, réalisé par Diarmuid Lawrence Mise à jour du scénario par Fiona Seres. Elle est apparue en tant que professeur Alice Sandwell dans l'épisode de New Tricks "Buried Treasure" (S4: E6). En 2017, Cadell a révélé que la star d'Alien, Sigourney Weaver, était sa bonne amie depuis plus de 40 ans.
, 1h29 Directed byMichael Hoffman OriginUSA GenresComedy, Action, Crime ThemesEscroquerie ActorsColin Firth, Cameron Diaz, Alan Rickman, Stanley Tucci, Tom Courtenay, Cloris Leachman Roles Dowager Rating56% British art curator Harry Deane (Colin Firth) decides to seek revenge on his abusive boss Lord Shabandar (Alan Rickman) by conning him into buying a fake Monet ("Haystacks at Dusk"), a painting that has been missing since 1945, after being plundered by the Nazis. He teams up with a master art forger, the Major, and travels to Alpine, Texas to find rodeo queen, PJ Puznowski (Cameron Diaz) whom he plans to recruit in his scheme. Harry envisions the plan in his head, and goes to a bar to talk to PJ. PJ's friend Merle, angered by his advances, punches Harry in the face and a bar fight is started. PJ walks outside to find Harry and the Major cleaning their wounds, and they talk to her about the deal. She agrees and the next day the three drive out to PJ's grandmother's mobile home out in the desert. They hang the fake Monet on the wall and take a picture with the painting in the background. The picture is to appear with an article on the rodeo queen that will be published in a magazine that is part of Shabandar's media empire.
, 2h9 Directed byClint Eastwood OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Fantastic, Fantasy ThemesFilms about magic and magicians ActorsMatt Damon, Cécile de France, Bryce Dallas Howard, Frankie McLaren / George McLaren, Thierry Neuvic, Lyndsey Marshal Roles Mrs. Joyce Rating64% On assignment in Thailand, French television journalist Marie Lelay (Cécile de France) is shopping for souvenirs for her lover's children. She finds a stand where a mother and her daughter work; they sell gifts to Marie for a dollar. Her lover Didier (Thierry Neuvic) looks over the balcony and witnesses the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami coming into shore. It hits as Marie watches from a distance. She grabs hold of the girl and runs away from the shore but is quickly swallowed by the wave. Pulled lifeless from the water, she is resuscitated by rescuers but is left for dead. She gasps back to life after having a near-death experience in which she sees a vision of human figures inhabiting a realm of light, among them the silhouettes of the mother and daughter holding hands. Marie and Didier are soon reunited as the disaster subsides and they return to Paris. Marie's experience, however, interferes with her work performance to the point that Didier (who is also her producer) sends her on a leave of absence to write the book they've discussed, which would add to her prestige.
Directed byS.J. Clarkson OriginUnited-kingdom GenresDrama, Comedy, Historical ActorsHelena Bonham Carter, Freddie Highmore, Ken Stott, Victoria Hamilton, Corrinne Wicks, Matthew McNulty Roles Ruby Rating65% The Slaters of Wolverhampton are plagued with Mrs. Slater's (Victoria Hamilton) chronic debilitating asthma and her cooking limited to what comes in canned goods that she can heat in boiling water. Mr. Alan Slater (Ken Stott) is sick with worry and has a cantankerous personality. Nigel longs for a life that is more than a succession of canned-food dinners made from what can be heated in boiling water. When dinner is burned, the standard substitute of toast is always served. He loves toast, with the crunchy outside giving way to buttery softness inside. Despite her infrequent forays into cooking meals from scratch, his mother's attempts to improve her cooking change nothing before or after her death. His father continues in widowhood with the same cooking style and frequent dinners of toast. The experience brings Nigel to conclude that he is not liked. Nigel learns from a friend that the way in which he could attempt a better relationship with his father is to cook a meal for him.
, 1h45 Directed byDebbie Isitt OriginUnited-kingdom GenresComedy ThemesChristmas films ActorsMartin Freeman, Ashley Jensen, Jason Watkins, Marc Wootton, John Sessions, Alan Carr Roles Oakmoor Headmistress Rating63% Paul Maddens (Martin Freeman) is a "frustrated, under-achieving primary school teacher" who once had ambitions of being successful as an actor, producer or director. Every year St. Bernadette's Catholic school in Coventry, where he teaches, competes with a local Protestant private school (Oakmoor) to see who can produce the best nativity play. Maddens hates Christmas because his ex-girlfriend Jennifer Lore (Ashley Jensen), who attended drama school with him, left him at Christmas before he could propose to her. Despite this, the St. Bernadette's headteacher Mrs Bevans (Pam Ferris) tasks him with running their nativity play this year, and gives him a new class teaching assistant called Mr Poppy (Marc Wootton), who turns out to be as much of a child as the rest of Mr Maddens's class.
, 1h38 OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romantic comedy, Romance ActorsEmma Roberts, Alex Pettyfer, Lexi Ainsworth, Natasha Richardson, Linzey Cocker, Aidan Quinn Roles Mrs. Loughton Rating61% In a wild prank with her friends, Poppy Moore (Emma Roberts), an affluent Californian teenager, ruins all her father's girlfriend's belongings. When her father angrily arrives, he tells her that he is sending her to boarding school in England. Arriving at the school, called Abbey Mount, Poppy meets the headmistress Mrs. Kingsley (Natasha Richardson), head girl Harriet Bentley (Georgia King), and her 'big sister' Kate (Kimberley Nixon). She is miserable in her new life as she does not fit in and has no friends.
, 2h16 Directed byMartha Fiennes OriginUnited-kingdom GenresDrama, Thriller ActorsPenélope Cruz, Ralph Fiennes, Damian Lewis, Kristin Scott Thomas, Ben Chaplin, Ian Holm Roles Therapist Rating60% Chromophobia takes a look at several people and relationships. Some of these people are very wealthy and have become so obsessed with their wealth and material objects they are very detached from more important things in life. The things they choose to reject in their pursuit for the finer things in life include friendship, their children, love and integrity. At one point or another in the movie, each character begins to realize and then face their problems and in a sense their lives come crashing down. The characters then begin to see if they can get their lives back and carry on with a new look.
, 1h40 Directed byDebbie Isitt OriginUnited-kingdom GenresDrama, Thriller, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Documentary, Romance ThemesFilms about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film ActorsFelicity Montagu, Jimmy Carr, Jessica Hynes, Martin Freeman, Olivia Colman, Stephen Mangan Roles Joanna's Mum Rating56% The prestigious bridal magazine Confetti, owned by the flippant, breezy Antoni Clarke (Jimmy Carr) and managed by the long-suffering, uptight chief editor Vivienne (Felicity Montagu) is holding a competition to see who can hold the most original wedding, with the winners being presented with a new house and a cover shoot for the magazine. Three couples and their proposals are selected to participate: Sam and Matt (Jessica Stevenson and Martin Freeman), a good-natured couple of old-fashioned romantics who have elected to hold their wedding in the style of Busby Berkeley musicals of the 1930s and 1940s, despite the fact that Sam can barely hold a tune; Isabelle and Josef (Meredith MacNeill and Stephen Mangan), a pair of hyper-competitive professional tennis players holding a tennis-themed wedding; and Joanna and Michael (Olivia Colman and Robert Webb), a naturist couple who intend to hold their wedding entirely naked. All three weddings are planned using the services of Gregory and Archie (Vincent Franklin and Jason Watkins), wedding planners and partners in both business and love.
, 1h52 Directed byMarc Evans OriginCanada GenresDrama, Romance ThemesMedical-themed films, Films about psychiatry, Films about disabilities, Films about autism ActorsAlan Rickman, Sigourney Weaver, Carrie-Anne Moss, Emily Hampshire, Callum Keith Rennie, James Allodi Roles Diane Wooton Rating73% When the eccentric drifter Vivienne Freeman gets a ride from a reluctant recluse Alex Hughes (Alan Rickman), she is killed by a transport truck side ramming the car, while Alex only gets a nosebleed. Everybody agrees that it is not Alex's fault. He visits Linda to deliver Vivienne's gifts and to provide support. She has been informed about her daughter's death a few hours before Alex's visit, but does not show any signs of grief. However, she has a cleanliness mania which involves her constantly making sure everything in her home is neat, and prevents her from touching garbage bags. Her problem is finding someone who will put the garbage outside to be collected, as this was always something done by her daughter. Linda insists that Alex stay a few days so that he can do it for her. He agrees and also arranges Vivienne's funeral.
, 1h47 OriginUnited-kingdom GenresDrama, Comedy, Comedy-drama ActorsLyndsey Marshal, Chris O'Dowd, Stephen Mangan, Megan Dodds, Clive Russell, Selina Cadell Roles Estate Agent Rating60% Festival est une comédie noire qui se déroule en marge du festival annuel d'Édimbourg : le Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Le film se concentre autour de la projection d'une comédie à gros budget, qui sera primée au Festival, dans l'une des plus petites salles du Festival. Plusieurs histoires s'entremêlent alors incluant la relation entre une célébrité narcissique britannique et son assistante qui n'arrête pas de se plaindre, une actrice débutant au festival avec un one-woman show sur Dorothy Wordsworth et sur une riche mais dépressive femme mariée.
, 2h4 Directed byWoody Allen OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Crime, Romance ThemesFilms about sexuality, Sports films, Tennis films ActorsJonathan Rhys-Meyers, Scarlett Johansson, Emily Mortimer, Matthew Goode, Brian Cox, Penelope Wilton Roles Margaret Rating75% Chris Wilton, a recently retired tennis professional, is taken on as an instructor at an upmarket club in London. He strikes up a friendship with a wealthy pupil, Tom Hewett, after discovering their common affinity for opera. Tom's older sister, Chloe, is smitten with Chris and the two begin dating. During a family gathering, Chris meets Tom's American fiancée, Nola Rice, and they are instantly attracted to each other. Tom's mother, Eleanor, does not approve of her son's relationship with Nola, a struggling actress, which is a source of tension in the family. Chloe encourages her father, Alec, to give Chris a job as an executive in one of his companies; he begins to be accepted into the family and marriage is discussed.