Tilda Swinton

Tilda Swinton first came to the attention of British film critics and audiences as muse to Derek Jarman, having worked with the director on nearly all of his films. Swinton’s range as an actress is matched by the diversity of films that she has appeared in, from John Maybury’s art-films to big-budget fare like THE BEACH. She is one of the finest performers of her generation and we are pleased to offer this season of her films to complement the release of YOUNG ADAM. The season continues in October.We are pleased to annouce that Tilda Swinton will be at Cornerhouse for A Q&A on Thu 30 Oct, 7.45pm

Previously in this season

Possible Worlds

A mysterious love story that delves into the core of human identity. Part of the Tilda Swinton Season.

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The Deep End

An emotionally rich thriller.

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The Beach

Danny Boyle's adaptation of Alex Garlands best-selling novel.

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Love is the Devil

This dazzling and audacious film charts the powerful and dangerous relationship between one of Britain's most revered twentieth-century artists, Francis Bacon (Jacobi), and his lover…

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Young Adam

A dark, sensual and adult tale, part of the Tilda Swinton Season

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The Garden

On Sun 27 Feb

A near mythic exploration of sexual repression at the end of the 20th century, Jarman utilises a cast of iconic figures to face his own…

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The War Zone

Tim Roth's directiral debut. Part of the Tilda Swinton Season.

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Man to Man + Remembrance of Things Fast: True Stories, Visual Lies

The last films of our Tilda Swinton Season. Tilda Swinton will be present for a Q&A after the screening.

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War Requiem

On Tue 22 Feb

An extraordinary visual evocation of Benjamin Britten's choral and orchestral masterpiece, War Requiem, starring Laurence Olivier (in his last ever role) and Tilda Swinton. A…

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Edward II

On Tue 1 Mar

This modern-dress adaptation of Christopher Marlowe's play merges the poetic, the raw and the angry. Featuring first-rate performances from Steven Waddington, Tilda Swinton and Andrew…

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