Private Life, Public Property. Kathryn Hahn & Tamara Jenkins on motherhood in the public eye
Calling the shots: Tricia Tuttle, Artistic Director of the 2018 BFI London Film Festival
The subject of infertility has echoed down the ages, in history, in mythology, and in Shakespeare – of course. The modern quest to have a child is summed up by actress Kathryn Hahn succinctly in the vernacular.
“It’s a real fucking pickle,” she says.
Thandie Newton: "This is a world that people think they're not entitled to be a part of."
Tricia Tuttle, Artistic Director of the BFI London Film Festival, has taken a little while walking the route to leadership in the British film industry. With a love of both film and music, while studying for an undergraduate degree in North Carolina, she says she briefly considered becoming a producer.
The obvious answer to what lies ahead for Thandie Newton, newly minted Emmy award winner for her acting work on Westworld, is anything she wants. The world is her oyster, as it should be for all of us. Except that’s not how things tend to go.