Truman triumphs at Goyas
by Amber Wilkinson - 07 Feb 2016
Cesc Gay's comedy drama wins five awards.
Antichrist banned in France
by Jennie Kermode - 05 Feb 2016
Court overrules Classification Commission.
The Assassin dominates Asian Film Award nominations
by Jennie Kermode - 04 Feb 2016
Port Of Call makes a splash for newcomer Jessie Li.
EIFF to present ET with live orchestral score
by Amber Wilkinson - 03 Feb 2016
Festival joins forces with RSNO for UK premiere.
Human Rights Watch announces London titles
by Amber Wilkinson - 03 Feb 2016
Campaigning festival celebrates 20th year.
Pope Francis to make film debut
by Jennie Kermode - 02 Feb 2016
Pontiff will play himself in Beyond The Sun.
Mad Max director to be Cannes President
by Richard Mowe - 02 Feb 2016
Miller heads jury for 69th edition.
Funds sought for Scottish Moving Image Archive
by Jennie Kermode - 01 Feb 2016
Martin Scorsese, Brian Cox, Alan Cumming and more back campaign.
Birth Of A Nation and Sonita big winners at Sundance
by Amber Wilkinson - 01 Feb 2016
Weiner and Sand Storm complete top prizes.
Danfung Dennis introduces 360 degree film experience
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 31 Jan 2016
Condition One Virtual Reality is exhibited at Sundance.
Spotlight takes top prize at SAG awards
by Jennie Kermode - 31 Jan 2016
Idris Elba wins the double for acting.
Jacques Rivette dies
by Jennie Kermode - 29 Jan 2016
Farewell to a hero of the French New Wave.
National Library of Scotland film site relaunched
by Jennie Kermode - 28 Jan 2016
Scotland on Screen has been upgraded.
The hundred years war?
by Jennie Kermode - 27 Jan 2016
Star Wars won't stop at three trilogies, says Disney.
Nominations for French Oscars announced
by Richard Mowe - 27 Jan 2016
Depardieu, Huppert and Deneuve in contention for Césars.
A big win for The Big Short
by Jennie Kermode - 25 Jan 2016
Amy also praised at Producers Guild of America Awards.
Film-makers put first foot forward
by Richard Mowe - 22 Jan 2016
Lanners and Lindon appear at Festival to celebrate new directors.
Sundance 2016: Opening press conference
by Amber Wilkinson - 21 Jan 2016
Cooper, Putnam and Redford happy to talk about diversity, audiences but not politics.
2016 Glasgow Film Festival launched
by Luke Shaw - 20 Jan 2016
173 films and over 300 events scheduled.
Jamie Foxx saves man from burning truck
by Jennie Kermode - 20 Jan 2016
"No heroes, just happy fathers," says Oscar-winning star.
Fan power too much for Iron Man
by Jennie Kermode - 20 Jan 2016
Would-be superhero thwarted in Aberdeen robbery attempt.
Yves Montmayeur to explore feminism in Asian pop culture
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 20 Jan 2016
1000 Eyes Of Dr Maddin to screen in Göteborg.
Carol comes out top at Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics' Awards
by Jennie Kermode - 19 Jan 2016
Tangerine is Unsung Film of the Year.
Mad Max wins top London Critics' award
by Jennie Kermode - 18 Jan 2016
45 Years wins Best British/Irish Film.
Sundance London dates brought forward
by Amber Wilkinson - 18 Jan 2016
Move to June 2-5 avoids Doc/Fest clash.
Portrait of the artists
by Richard Mowe - 17 Jan 2016
Details of film about Cézanne and Zola revealed at 18th Rendezvous with French Cinema.
The January sales are on - for French cinema
by Richard Mowe - 15 Jan 2016
Gala opening for Rendezvous in Paris.
The Revenant leads Oscar race
by Jennie Kermode - 14 Jan 2016
Mad Max: Fury Road also makes an impact as nominations are announced.
Alan Rickman dies at 69
by Amber Wilkinson - 14 Jan 2016
Much-loved star had been suffering from cancer.
Oscar nomination announcers revealed
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 12 Jan 2016
Guillermo del Toro, John Krasinski and Ang Lee to present.
Only 19% of top Hollywood behind-the-scenes roles filled by women
by Jennie Kermode - 12 Jan 2016
Percentage of female directors rises - to 9%.
David Bowie dies at 69
by Amber Wilkinson - 11 Jan 2016
Music legend and actor loses battle with cancer.
Triumph for The Revenant
by Jennie Kermode - 11 Jan 2016
The Martian also wins big at the Golden Globes.
Employees swear by Curzon campaign
by Amber Wilkinson - 10 Jan 2016
Film launched to raise awareness of cinema under threat.
Partner of Sian Blake arrested in Ghana
by Jennie Kermode - 09 Jan 2016
Arthur Simpson-Kent suspected of murder.
Whiplash tops inaugural Scottish Film Critics' Awards
by Jennie Kermode - 08 Jan 2016
Best Scottish Film goes to MacBeth.
Carol and Bridge Of Spies lead BAFTA race
by Jennie Kermode - 08 Jan 2016
John Boyega nominated for Rising Star award.
Producers' Guild of America announces nominations
by Jennie Kermode - 06 Jan 2016
Awards strongly linked to Oscar success.
Hail, Caesar! to open Glasgow Film Festival
by Jennie Kermode - 06 Jan 2016
Coen brothers film screening will be UK première.
Oscar-winning cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond has died
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 05 Jan 2016
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind DOP was 85.
Bodies found in hunt for missing actress
by Jennie Kermode - 05 Jan 2016
Police have yet to confirm if Sian Blake is among them.
Quentin Tarantino faces lawsuit
by Jennie Kermode - 01 Jan 2016
Was Django Unchained plagiarised?
Documentarian murdered in Gaziantep
by Jennie Kermode - 28 Dec 2015
Naji Jerf gunned down by assassin - Daesh claims responsibility.
Haskell Wexler dies at 93
by Amber Wilkinson - 27 Dec 2015
Son pays tribute to Oscar-winning cinematographer.
Best Foreign Language Film Oscar shortlist announced
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 18 Dec 2015
80 entries whittled down to nine.
Score two for female composers
by Jennie Kermode - 17 Dec 2015
Only two women deemed eligible for soundtrack Oscars.
AFI lists its top films of the year
by Jennie Kermode - 16 Dec 2015
Winners to be celebrated at awards luncheon.
Max and Carol top Indiewire critics' poll
by Jennie Kermode - 16 Dec 2015
Charlotte Rampling is named Best Actress.
On the roadshow
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 16 Dec 2015
Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight prepares to go on tour.
Stunt spectacular planned for GFF
by Jennie Kermode - 16 Dec 2015
A taste of what's coming up in Glasgow.
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