Mad Max set to take Cannes by storm
by Richard Mowe - 26 Mar 2015
Special screening for the latest in the saga.
Muslim world divided over new film about Muhammad
by Jennie Kermode - 26 Mar 2015
Visual depiction of the Prophet sparks controversy.
Tataouine threatened by Isis
by Jennie Kermode - 25 Mar 2015
Rebel forces use Star Wars town as base.
In memory of Jytte Jensen
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 25 Mar 2015
The New York Museum of Modern Art Department of Film Curator has died.
Further surgery for Angelina Jolie
by Jennie Kermode - 24 Mar 2015
Actress has ovaries removed to reduce cancer risk.
Bergman – the face of Cannes
by Richard Mowe - 24 Mar 2015
Icon chosen for her “liberty and audacity.”
Success in black and white
by Amber Wilkinson - 21 Mar 2015
Silent Film Festival enjoys Synthetic Sin on gala night.
Benoît Jacquot: Leading Ladies screenings held in New York
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 19 Mar 2015
Marie Antoinette remembered in Farewell, My Queen.
Budget boost for film
by Jennie Kermode - 18 Mar 2015
Chancellor announces increase in state aid.
Tribeca Talks announced
by Amber Wilkinson - 16 Mar 2015
Events include conversations with Christopher Nolan, George Lucas and Brad Bird.
GSFF awards announced
by Jennie Kermode and Andrew Robertson - 15 Mar 2015
Directed By Tweedie and Shipwreck win top awards.
Farewell Richard Glatzer
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 13 Mar 2015
Filmmaker dies shortly after Oscar success.
Terry Pratchett dies
by Jennie Kermode - 12 Mar 2015
Bestselling author of the Discworld books was 66.
Lambert Wilson – mine host at Cannes
by Richard Mowe - 11 Mar 2015
Actor returns for a repeat performance.
Albert Maysles dies, aged 88
by Amber Wilkinson - 06 Mar 2015
Grey Gardens documentarian died from 'natural causes'.
Harrison Ford injured in plane crash
by Jennie Kermode - 05 Mar 2015
Actor is rushed to hospital.
It Follows is Glasgow Film Festival Critics' Choice.
by Jennie Kermode - 05 Mar 2015
Clouds Of Sils Maria and A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night are runners up.
Radiator wins Glasgow Audience Award
by Jennie Kermode - 01 Mar 2015
Prize awarded as Force Majeure screens at closing gala.
Stolen Oscar dress returned
by Jennie Kermode - 28 Feb 2015
Pearls on Lupita Nyong'o gown were fake.
Leonard Nimoy dies at 83
by Amber Wilkinson - 27 Feb 2015
Star Trek actor had pulmonary disease.
Lupita Nyong'o's Oscar gown stolen
by Jennie Kermode - 27 Feb 2015
Calvin Klein dress was made from 6,000 pearls.
Birdman triumphs at the Oscars
by Jennie Kermode - 22 Feb 2015
The Grand Budapest Hotel and Whiplash also scoop multiple awards.
Birdman soars at Independent Spirit Awards
by Amber Wilkinson - 22 Feb 2015
Iñárritu takes top prize, Linklater named best director.
Timbuktu scores seven Césars
by Richard Mowe - 21 Feb 2015
Now the Oscars beckon …
Galerie Cinéma photo exhibition set for New York
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 20 Feb 2015
Show marks 20th anniversary of Rendez-Vous with French Cinema in New York.
11th Glasgow Film Festival opens with While We're Young
by Jennie Kermode - 18 Feb 2015
Crowds gather for gala screening.
Sissako returns as a Cannes judge
by Richard Mowe - 17 Feb 2015
Timbuktu director signs for jury duty.
New studio to open in Soho
by Jennie Kermode - 17 Feb 2015
7DM will aim to help emerging filmmakers.
BBFC challenged over safety issue
by Jennie Kermode - 16 Feb 2015
Fifty Shades Of Grey triggers rise in emergency call-outs.
Teens storm Florida cinema
by Jennie Kermode - 15 Feb 2015
Shots fired during mystery riot.
Jafar Panahi's Taxi drives off with Golden Bear
by Amber Wilkinson - 14 Feb 2015
Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling take acting prizes in Berlin.
Coppola in bid to save the City of Light
by Jennie Kermode - 14 Feb 2015
Troubled Spanish studio complex could have found its hero.
Glasgow Youth Film Festival celebrates success
by Jennie Kermode - 09 Feb 2015
First independent run for festival is a hit.
Boyhood wins at the BAFTAs
by Jennie Kermode - 08 Feb 2015
Eddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore take top acting awards.
Glasgow Youth Film Festival prepares to launch
by Jennie Kermode - 05 Feb 2015
The Signal to open festival.
New funds for Scottish film
by Jennie Kermode - 03 Feb 2015
Government announces £3M for production and skills development.
Geraldine McEwan dies
by Jennie Kermode - 01 Feb 2015
Iconic Miss Marple also celebrated for film work.
UK and Ireland celebrate at Sundance
by Amber Wilkinson - 01 Feb 2015
Slow West, The Russian Woodpecker, Dreamcatcher and Glassland among winners
Fighting for a César
by Richard Mowe - 28 Jan 2015
Binoche, Deneuve and Cottilard in the running.
Birdman wins at SAG awards
by Jennie Kermode - 26 Jan 2015
Eddie Redmayne takes Best Actor.
Noah Baumbach’s While We’re Young to open Glasgow Film Festival
by Jennie Kermode - 21 Jan 2015
Full line-up revealed as festival celebrates Cinema City.
Sundance announces NHK Award
by Amber Wilkinson - 20 Jan 2015
French filmmaker Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre wins for debut Mustang.
Besson’s golden touch
by Richard Mowe - 17 Jan 2015
French cinema scores record-breaking year.
Laughter in the face of adversity
by Richard Mowe - 16 Jan 2015
Paris rolls out the welcome mat at the Unifrance Rendez-vous with French Cinema.
Boyhood, Birdman and The Theory Of Everything fight it out at the Oscars
by Jennie Kermode, Anne-Katrin Titze - 15 Jan 2015
Those nominations in full.
Writer Brian Clemens dies
by Jennie Kermode - 12 Jan 2015
TV Avengers creator and Hammer horror scribe was 83.
Boyhood takes top prize at the Golden Globes
by Jennie Kermode - 12 Jan 2015
The Grand Budapest Hotel also wins big.
Farewell to Anita Ekberg
by Jennie Kermode - 11 Jan 2015
Star of La Dolce Vita dies at 83.
Samuel Goldwyn Jr dies
by Amber Wilkinson - 10 Jan 2015
Master And Commander producer was 88
Grand Budapest Hotel is BAFTA favourite
by Jennie Kermode - 09 Jan 2015
This year's nominations announced.

Timeless style Noah Baumbach on working with costume designer Ann Roth on While We're Young.

The moving image Anne-Dominique Toussaint presents the Galerie Cinéma exhibition in New York.

Mad Max set to take Cannes by storm Special screening for the latest in the saga.

Muslim world divided over new film about Muhammad Visual depiction of the Prophet sparks controversy.

Tataouine threatened by Isis Rebel forces use Star Wars town as base.

In memory of Jytte Jensen The New York Museum of Modern Art Department of Film Curator has died.

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