The Golden Globe winners have been announced and the BAFTA nominations are in. The Roses is delighted to bring you new films throughout February and March, including many of the winners and nominees.
In the gritty story of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, actress Frances McDormand picked up her gong for best actress after facing tough competition from Jessica Chastain for Molly’s Game, Sally Hawkins for The Shape of Water, Michelle Williams for All The Money In The World and veteran actress Meryl Streep for her role as Kay Graham, the USA’s first female newspaper publisher in The Post.
This season we have families covered with the release of Aardman Animations Early Man in February and Pixar’s Coco in March. Coming from the makers of Wallace of Gromit, Early Man is bound to be a masterpiece to keep you busy during the February half term.
The best actor award at the Golden Globes went to Gary Oldman for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour, which opens this Friday at the Roses.
As well as being recognised in the Golden Globes, these fantastic films are also set to go up against each other in the upcoming BAFTA awards.
McDormand and Hawkins are competing for Best Leading Actress, along with Margot Robbie for her portrayal of disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding in the biopic I, Tonya and Saoirse Ronan in Greta Gerwig’s acclaimed Lady Bird.
The best actor category for the BAFTA’s is celebrating some of the best British acting talent. Gary Oldman is up again alongside Daniel Day-Lewis for period drama Phantom Thread, which will be his final performance following the announcement of his retirement last year.
The Roses is pleased to bring you all of these films, and with the Oscars around the corner these amazing upcoming films are bound to be celebrated all over again.