Toured Europe with the Cambridge Mummers production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Film debut, "Caravaggio"; first of seven collaborations with director Derek Jarman
Performed onstage with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Travers Theater in Edinburgh
Cast as Queen Isabella in Jarman's "Edward II"
Recreated her stage role in John Maybury's film version of "Man to Man"; played a woman who assumed her husband's identity
Breakthrough screen lead in "Orlando," directed by Sally Potter
Reteamed with Maybury for "Remembrance of Things Fast"
Final film with Jarman as one of the voices in "Blue"
Featured in an art installation entitled "The Maybe" in London and Rome, which consisted of her sleeping for eight hours at a time; part of a collaboration with Cornelia Parker
Portrayed Ada Byron in "Conceiving Ada"
Third teaming with Maybury in his feature directorial debut "Love Is the Devil"
Co-starred in "The War Zone"
Portrayed a mother who goes to any length to protect her son in "The Deep End"; premiered at Sundance
Landed featured role as a smooth-talking cryogenics saleswoman in "Vanilla Sky"
Cast opposite Michael Caine in "The Statement"
Co-starred with Ewan McGregor in the thriller "Young Adam"
Cast as the White Witch in Andrew Adamson's feature adaptation of C.S. Lewis' <i>The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe</i>
Portrayed a forensic psychologist in the indie movie "Stephanie Daley"
Reprised role of the White Witch in "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian"
Joined an ensemble cast for the Coen's brothers' "Burn After Reading"
Starred in the drama "Io sono l'amore" ("I Am Love")
Returned to playing the White Witch in "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader"
Cast as a social services worker in Wes Anderson's romantic adventure "Moonrise Kingdom"
Appeared in the Jim Jarmusch-directed vampire film "Only Lovers Left Alive"
Landed a supporting role in the Amy Schumer comedy "Trainwreck"
Appeared alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in the fantasy film "Doctor Strange"