No labels fit her – Tilda Swinton tears down the walls between genres with the imposing strength of elegance. Awarded a Golden Lion by Jury President Cate Blanchett in 2020, Swinton’s presence on screen just cannot pass by unnoticed: her roles and films range from fantasy to comedy, from historical to thriller, possibly directed by her friend George Clooney (Michael Clayton, 2007) in her Oscar-worthy role as attorney Karen Crowder.
A charismatic, duplicitous leader of a lysergic community she wants to keep hidden from the world, she will have no qualms to clean off her way any obstacle – and Leonardo DiCaprio is no exception.
Starring opposite Tom Cruise and Penélope Cruz in a film balancing precariously between dream and reality, itself a remake of Spanish film Abre los ojos, written and directed by Alejandro Amenábar in 1997.
Just perfect in her role as the Archangel Gabriel in this fantasy flick starring Keanu Reeves. A tormented character and a provoker, Tilda tailors him to her abilities, making it more human and more fragile.
The wilde, sun-baked island of Pantelleria welcomes Marianne Lane (Swinton), rock legend that recovers from vocal cord surgery in Sicily. Nothing will go as planned.
Awarded the Jury Special Prize at Cannes in 2021, Swinton stars in this film as Jessica Holland, who is visiting her sister in Bogotá. An unidentifiable noise startles her awake, and initiates a journey looking for herself.