FILMS  1986 - 1999

Foreign Body  1986 
(Lady Ammanford)
Director Ronald Neame, with Victor Banerjee, Trevor Howard, Warren Mitchell, Denis Quilley, Amanda Donohoe, Eve Ferrett, Anna Massey and Stratford Johns

Henry V 1989 (Alice)
Director Kenneth Branagh with Derek Jacobi, Ian Holm, Paul Scofield, Judi Dench, Emma Thompson, Christian Bale, Robbie Coltrane, Brian Blessed, Richard Briers, 

Not Without My Handbag  1990 
(From the animated-claymation film "Creature Comforts" by Aardman Studios)
Boris Kossmehl's angled sets and tilted cameras on the devilishly delicious "Not Without My Handbag," is an outrageous take on the living dead and appliance warranties. It recalls Tim Burton's early work in its whimsy and stylish designs.

Robin Hood; Prince of Thieves  1991 (Mortianna)
Director  Kevin Reynolds 
Kevin Costner, Morgan Freeman, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Christian Slater, Alan Rickman, Michael McShane, Brian Blessed

Moses 1996 (Miriam)  
Director Roger Young
Ben Kingsley Christopher Lee David Suchet Frank Langella

The Love Letter 1999 (Constance Scattergoods)
Director Peter Chan
Ellen DeGeneres, Kate Capshaw, Tom Everett Scott, Tom Selleck, Blythe Danner, Gloria Stuart

Titus   1999 (Nurse)
Director Julie Taymor, with Anthony Hopkins, Jessica Lange, Alan Cumming, Harry Lennox, Angus McFadyen, Colin Feore, James Frain, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Laura Frasier, Matthew Rhys

Films continued 1950 - 1977

1950 - 1977
There Was A Young Lady, 1953 (Irene)
Director- Lawrence Huntington, Cast--Dulcie Gray, Michael Dennison, Sydney Tafler, Bill Owen

Beware of Children 1961 (Catherine Robinson)
Director Gerald Thomas with Leslie Phillips, Julia Lockwood, Noel Purcell, Irene Handl, Joan Hickson

Dance of Death  1968 (Alice)
Director David Giles, with Laurence Olivier, Robert Lang, Malcolm Reynolds

The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones  1976 (Lady Bellaston)
with Ricky Henson, Joan Collins, Trevor Howard,

Littlest Horse Thieves 1977 (Pit Ponies-UK) (Miss Coutt)
Director Charles Jarrott with Alastair Sim, Peter Barkworth, Maurice Colbourne, Susan Tebbs, Andrew Harrison, Chloe Franks, Benjie Bolgar

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 Geraldine McEwan ~ A Career in Theatre, Film & Television
FILMS
Lady Southdown in Vanity Fair
Sister Bridget in Magdalene Sisters
Eileen Atkins and Geraldine McEwan
Bob Hoskins and Geraldine McEwan
Photos
Love's Labour's Lost with Richard Briers and Nathan Lane
A Pipe-Smoking Holofernia
There's No Business Like Show Business
There's No Business Like Show Business - with Nathan Lane and company
Geraldine McEwan with Jimmy Yuill and Richard Briers
Holofernia in Love's Labour's Lost
Alice in Henry V
Beware the Children wtih Leslie Philips
Dance of Death - Film
FILMS  2000 - 2012

Love's Labour's Lost   2000 (Holofernia)
Director Kenneth Branagh, with Alicia Silverstone, Kenneth Branagh, Natascha McElhone, Alessandro Nivola, Nathan Lane, Matthew Lillard, Adrian Lester, Richard Briers, Timothy Spall, Carmen Ejogo, Emily Mortimer

Contaminated Man    2001 (Lilian Rodgers)
Director Anthony Hickox with William Hurt, Peter Weller, Natascha McElhone

Pure    2002 (Nanna)
Director: Gillies MacKinnon with  Molly Parker, Harry Eden, David Wenham

Food of Love   2002 (Novotna/Olga)
Director Ventura Pons, with Juliette Stevenson, Paul Rhys, Alan Corduner

The Magdalene Sisters    2003  (Sister Bridget)
Director Peter Mullan, with Nora-Jane Noone, Anne-Marie Duff, Eileen Walsh, Dorothy Duffy   (photos) 

Vanity Fair 2003 (Lady Southdown)
With Reese Witherspoon, Jim Broadbent, Bob Hoskins, Eileen Atkins, James Purefoy, Gabriel Byrne
photos

The Lazarus Child  2003 
with Andy Garcia, Angela Bassett  (in post production)

Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, 2005
Voice of Miss Thripp
Directed by: Nick Park and Steve Box

The Secret World of Arrietty, , 2010
Ghilbi Studios, Voice of Haru

Abuelas, 2010
Narrator: Abuela