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Redmayne triumphs at Oscars as Birdman beats Boyhood

The British actor Eddie Redmayne spoiled Birdman’s Oscar party by beatin...

A spirited boost for Birdman on eve of Oscars

Birdman won the latest face-off with its main Oscar rival Boyhood – this...

Berlin win for Panahi seen as victory for free speech

The top award at the Berlin Film Festival, the Golden Bear for the best film, ...

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Sundance movies explore the terrifying impact of authority on human behaviour

Participating movies in the Sundance film festival are usually made on shoestr...

Clint Eastwood’s conflicted morality in American Sniper – interview

Chris Kyle was proclaimed the most lethal sniper in the US military history, w...

Tim Burton explores the meaning of Art in “Big Eyes”

What is art? A question posed by director Tim Burton in his new movie “Big E...

Ridley Scott in Exodus: Was Moses A Terrorist?

An avalanche of criticism was hurled at  Sir Ridley Scott,  when he announce...

Jennifer Aniston finds remedy for every malady in comedy

Jennifer Aniston is known for her alluring beauty, but what I truly find most ...

Christopher Nolan: I want the audience to feel my movies not understand them

With his latest movie, Interstellar, opening to $130 million globally over the...

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Focus – Review

Focus – Review

Directors: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa - Starring: Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Rodr...

Cake – Review

Cake – Review

Director: Daniel Barnz - Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Anna Kendrick, Sam Worthing...

Selma – Review

Selma – Review

Director: Ava DuVernay - Starring: David Oyelowo, Tom Wilkinson, Giovanni Ribisi...

Inherent Vice – Review

Inherent Vice – Review

Director: Paul Thomas Anderson - Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Katheri...

Kingsman: The Secret Service – Review

Kingsman: The Secret Service – Review

Director: Matthew Vaughn - Starring: Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Samuel L Jackso...

A Most Violent Year – Review

A Most Violent Year – Review

Writer/Director - JC Chandor - Starring: Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain, Albert B...

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‘EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON': PHILOMENA’S 50 YEAR SEARCH FOR SON STOLEN BY NUNS

While I was in London I had a fascinating talk with Dame Judi Dench an...

NO GLOSS FILM FESTIVAL

Leeds’ first ever DIY film festival, No Gloss Film Festival, celebra...

PENELOPE CRUZ LOSES HER COOL AND TALKS ABOUT HER FEARS

Penelope Cruz is usually totally calm and cool during interviews, answ...