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La La Land and The Night Manager win big at the Globes

La La Land and The Night Manager win big at the Globes

The Oscar-tipped musical love-letter to Los Angeles, La La Land, has become the most successful film ever at the Golden Globes, winning all seven of the categories in which it was nominated. As well as being named the Best Film in the musical-or-comedy, its stars Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone took hom...

Suffragette – Review

Suffragette – Review

DIRECTOR: Sarah Gavron - CAST: Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne-Marie Duff, Natalie Press, Adam Michael Dodd, Adrian Schiller, Ben Whishaw, Brendan Gleeson, Geoff Bell, Grace Stottor, Meryl Streep, Romola Garai, Samuel West...

Birdman and Grand Budapest Hotel lead Oscar nominations

Birdman and Grand Budapest Hotel lead Oscar nominations

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced this year’s Oscar nominations at a pre-dawn ceremony, here in Los Angeles. Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel top the list, each receiving nine nods, with The Imitation Game close behind them on eight. Academy members have narrowe...

Strong British presence at SAG nominations dominated by Birdman

Strong British presence at SAG nominations dominated by Birdman

British stars are well represented among the nominations for the awards which best predict the acting Oscars, the Screen Actors Guild. Benedict Cumberbatch will be in the running for the best actor prize for his portrayal of the Enigma code-breaker Alan Turing in The Imitation Game. He’ll be u...

August: Osage County – Review

August: Osage County – Review

Director: John Wells - Starring: Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Julianne Nicholson, Juliette Lewis, Ewan McGregor, Benedict Cumberbatch, Dermot Mulroney, Abigail Breslin, Chris Cooper, Margo Martindale, Misty Upham, Sam Shepard, Will Coffey...

American Hustle, Gravity and 12 Years a Slave lead Oscar nominations

American Hustle, Gravity and 12 Years a Slave lead Oscar nominations

Last year, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences voters shocked the film industry when they overlooked Ben Affleck in the best director’s category, this year they outdid themselves, snubbing safe potential contenders such as Emma Thompson, Robert Redford and Tom Hanks in the acting categ...

Artist dominates a tight fought Oscars

Artist dominates a tight fought Oscars

The Artist has taken five Academy Awards at the Oscars ceremony in Hollywood, the same number as Hugo, but the black-and-white film won the categories that counted. The Artist was the only the second silent film to win the Best Picture Oscar; the last time this happened was the very first...

Oscar puts awards season to bed with The Artist

Oscar puts awards season to bed with The Artist

Within hours of The Artist becoming the first French film to win the Best Picture Oscar, at the end of a glittering night for the silent, black and white film, the streets around the Hollywood Highland Center, known as the Kodak Theatre until the photographic company went bankrupt last...

Italian jail-set docu-drama wins Berlins Golden Bear

Italian jail-set docu-drama wins Berlins Golden Bear

The octogenarian Italian film-making brothers, Vittorio and Paolo Taviani, have won the top prize at the Berlin Film Festival for their docu-drama, Caesar Must Die. The film follows a group of real-life convicts who are rehearsing for a performance of...

The Artist sweeps the BAFTAs

The Artist sweeps the BAFTAs

The Artist has won the top honours at Britain's most prestigious film awards. BAFTA gave the French-made, Hollywood-set silent film the trophies for Best Film, Best Director and Original Screenplay for Michel Hazanavicius and Best Leading Actor for Jean Dujardin. The film also fared well in the te...

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