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 Cinema 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.
Rod Taylor dies
by Jennie Kermode - 09 Jan 2015
Star of The Birds was 84
Exodus: Gods And Kings banned in Egypt
by Jennie Kermode - 27 Dec 2014
Cairo joins Rabat in condemning "historically inaccurate" film.
Billie Whitelaw dies
by Jennie Kermode - 21 Dec 2014
Celebrated actress was 82.
Boyhood wins again
by Jennie Kermode - 16 Dec 2014
Linklater film tops Criticwire end of year poll.
Mark Adams appointed EIFF artistic director
by Amber Wilkinson - 16 Dec 2014
Screen International chief critic to take up position in March.
OFCS Awards winners revealed
by Jennie Kermode - 15 Dec 2014
The Grand Budapest Hotel takes Best Picture.
Ida wins big at European Film Awards
by Jennie Kermode - 13 Dec 2014
Five gongs for Polish drama.
Golden Globe nominations announced
by Jennie Kermode - 11 Dec 2014
A strong showing for British film.
Glasgow Film Festival events announced
by Jennie Kermode - 10 Dec 2014
Strictly Ballroom dance spectacular to be held in Kelvingrove Museum.
AFI reveals its films of the year
by Jennie Kermode - 08 Dec 2014
"They are a part of our American cultural heritage," says Bob Gazzele.
Pride triumphs at British Independent Film Awards
by Amber Wilkinson - 08 Dec 2014
Yann Demange named best director for '71.
New facts emerge in Misty Upham case
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 06 Dec 2014
Washington State Medical Examiner reports.
US National Board of Review announces 2014 winners
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 03 Dec 2014
A Most Violent Year takes Best Film.
Oscar documentary shortlist announced
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 02 Dec 2014
Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences reveals the final 15.
Boyhood is best, say NY critics
by Jennie Kermode - 01 Dec 2014
Richard Linklater film scoops early award.
Titli takes top prize at Gijón
by Amber Wilkinson - 01 Dec 2014
Melbourne and Party Girl among winners
A postcard from Gijón Film Festival
by Amber Wilkinson - 22 Nov 2014
Terry Gilliam honoured for career and birthday, Yvonne Blake named Woman of Cinema and a brush with Oscar.
Mike Nichols dies
by Jennie Kermode - 20 Nov 2014
The Graduate director was 83

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