Cultural Life: Emilia Fox, Actress
The last film I saw was Moonrise Kingdom, which I thought was brilliant. I love Wes Anderson films. I only recently saw The Royal Tenenbaums as well, which I also love.
I'm just finishing off the Game of Thrones box set. I'm also a big fan of The Great British Bake Off – I'm very keen on watching other people baking. I really enjoyed Line of Duty earlier in the summer; it was great to see such a new take on policing in drama.
I'm really enjoying Lianne La Havas' debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough? and Delilah's debut album From The Roots Up – gorgeous mellow girl tones and songs that make you think. I like them particularly because they seem to suit me whatever mood I'm in.
I went to see Chariots of Fire at the Gielguld which was so uplifting and such a good, exciting adaptation of the film. The theatre has been turned into the round and the running track revolves. My brother Freddie is in The Judas Kiss with Rupert Everett at the Hampstead Theatre. This revival of David Hare's play is about Oscar Wilde's fall from grace.
Emilia Fox showcases her favourite BAFTA-winning films in Picturehouse cinemas across the UK until 2 October as part of The Disaronno Film Series.
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