The Father 97 mins

  • Father, The
  • Father, The
  • Father, The
  • Father, The

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Sharmill Films and Luna Cinemas are delighted to announce that Florian Zeller’s moving feature film The Father, based on the Tony, Olivier and Moliere award-winning play has won two  Academy Awards for Best Actor, Anthony Hopkins and for Best Adapted Screenplay. 

Anthony is a mischievous man of 80, who lives alone in his London apartment and refuses each of the nurses that his daughter, Anne, tries to impose upon him. But as his mind begins to unravel and his sense of reality is slipping away, both father and daughter are forced to contend with an uncertain future, and with their enduring love for each other. 

The Father stars Academy Award winner Anthony Hopkins (The Remains of the Day) as a charismatic but fragile titular patriarch, against Academy Award winner Olivia Colman (The Favourite) as his increasingly frustrated daughter. The film also stars Rufus Sewell (The Man in the High Castle), Imogen Poots (Green Room) and Mark Gatiss (The Favourite), with a script by Florian Zeller and Academy Award winner Christopher Hampton (Atonement). 

The Father premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

BAFTA Awards 2021: Leading Actor (Anthony Hopkins), Adapted Screenplay (Christopher Hampton & Florian  Zeller).

Nominated for 6 Academy Awards - Best Film, Best Adapted ScreenplayBest Lead Actor for Anthony Hopkins and Best Supporting Actress for Olivia Colman and has won for Best Actor and Best Adapted Screenplay.

Nominated for 2 SAG Awards - Male Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture & Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

Nominated for 4 AACTA International Awards - Best Film, Best Lead Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Screenplay

Nominated for 6 British Independent Film Awards (including Best Actor, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Independent British Film)

“Anthony Hopkins gives one of the most vulnerable and emotional performances of his career.” Roger Ebert.

“Bracingly insightful, subtle and nuanced…  This will certainly go down as one of Hopkins’ great screen performances.” Hollywood Reporter.

“Hopkins is flat-out stunning.” Variety.

“Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman are astounding. The Father is a testament to their talents and proof that they are two of the best actors we have.” AwardsWatch.

★★★★★"[It] was written specifically with Hopkins in mind, right down to Anthony's birthdate, and the actor offers the perfect blend of vulnerability and recalcitrance in the role." Times UK.

★★★★"The results are both mind-bending and heart-rending." Globe and Mail.

“Olivia Colman gives an affecting and tender performance.” Daily Beast.

“Entrancingly different – brought to life by a handful of brilliant performances and some very impressive sleight-of-hand.” Indiewire.

“Anthony Hopkins is unforgettable. A towering piece of acting that is as precise and exacting as it is enveloping." Vanity Fair.

“A powerful piece of storytelling.” Roger Ebert.

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