Simon Curtis

The director of new film ‘Woman in Gold’ starring Helen Mirren tells HuffPostUK he’s not worried about depicting wartime
American actress Elizabeth McGovern showed her loyalty to her adopted Britain last night, revealing she thought British films
The Prince and The Showgirl, made at Pinewood Studios in 1956, is best known for the conflict between its leading lady Marilyn Monroe and her director and co-star Sir Laurence Olivier. I have directed the film My Week With Marilyn based on the diaries of Colin Clark, who was the third assistant director on the film, and he had a front row seat to watch the struggle between the two legendary actors.