All Things Ralph Fiennes
Anyone around from the great adventures of Ralph during the year 2000?There must have been about 10 of us that went to BAM in Brooklyn that went to both Richard II,and Coriolanus,and then to eat!Sure would love to see those pics!
Added by Valerie Gerke on December 19, 2012 at 9:11pm — No Comments
hello, i found a great radio interview. BBC4 Ralph talks about is role in Great Expectations and about Dickens and his movie the Invisible Woman.
He is a very clever man you can understand how he builds a charcter, how much and hoe deeply he thinks to it.
Sorry for my english.
Added by silvia franzetti on November 30, 2012 at 9:14am — No Comments
Hello, go on the page of english newspaper Evening Standard,
there are pictures of Ralph also Amanda Arlech attended at the event (Theatre awards) and was pictured with Livia Firth (same table).
I apologise for my english.
Added by silvia franzetti on November 26, 2012 at 4:19am — No Comments
I can't find it anywhere else, like Daily Mail, UK....New York Times, Ny Post, etc., but on Wikipedia it says that Amanda Harlech and Ralph got engaged this month. This info is on both his page and hers....maybe he is finally settling down! Has anyone else heard the news?
Hi everyone, have you seen that?
This is gonna be a HUGE event, I have to be there on 23rd October! :)
In the last month febraury I see the finish of "Oscar and Lucinda" in the tv and I was so angry because I can`t see complete, But the chanel to be repeat the movie next mont march 23 and I been happy because I can see again in that day, I never, never imagine that in this day I am bury my mother, I lost my father in agust 2010, I lost my mother in march 23 the same day repeat in tv "Oscar and Lucinda" My life with you is a stranger coincidence. I am alone, complete alone, and my heart is…Continue
Added by Julia Patricia on March 26, 2012 at 11:37pm — No Comments
Coriolanus: Ralph Fiennes' directorial debut comes on DVD, Blu-ray
in the second quarter
MovieGod.de readers know about Ralph Fiennes' directorial debut action-packed, the film version of Shakespeare's Coriolanus, which tells the story of the eponymous Roman patrician and war hero who turns against his own people.
The film was not theatrical in Germany, however, as the DVD label KSM in a press release today announcing that appear during the second…Continue
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It was 5-7 days ago. On Jan. 22nd he had a press conference thereContinue
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Page Eight is a 2011 film set in MI5 and written and directed for the BBC by the British writer David Hare, his first film as director since the 1989 film Strapless. Belongs to  The cast includes Bill Nighy, Rachel Weisz, Michael Gambon, Tom Hughes, Ralph Fiennes and James McArdle.
The film had its world premiere on 18 June 2011 at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. It was on BBC Two and BBC HD broadcast on 28 August 2011 in the United Kingdom and PBS in the United…Continue
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In his directorial debut Coriolanus, Ralph Fiennes takes your old, high school Shakespeare text and blows them up with a tank. Metaphorically.
Fiennes reinterprets Shakespeare's famous political thriller with the visual style of The Hurt Locker, transplanting the action into a modern city under the cloud of war. The result is a gritty, terrifying piece of drama, a platform for Fiennes, who also stars as the titular warmonger, to ferociously claw his way through the…Continue
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Ralph Fiennes is pleased with younger fans
of press on Jan.07, 2012 at 13:00, under Blog, breaking news and gossip
London (dts News Agency) - British actor Ralph Fiennes is pleased to announce that has its role of Lord Voldemort in "Harry Potter" films made him known to a younger fan base. "When I as for Shakespeare's` The Tempest 'last year in London was on stage, were suddenly so many `Harry Potter' fans," the 49-year-old says in an interview with the magazine "Elle". It was…Continue
Added by jess on January 7, 2012 at 10:17am — No Comments
If you key in the website link I mention underneath, you will have the opportunity to listen to a radio interview of Ralph Fiennes talking about the final Harry Potter film. I thought it might be interesting. I like listening to what he says and to his voice as well as his excellent English.…Continue
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