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Shooting begins on The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society
Adaptation to star Lily James, Michel Huisman and Matthew Goode. - 23 Mar 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
Bellucci in Cannes spotlight
Actress to open and close 70th edition. - 21 Mar 2017
by Richard Mowe
Asian Film Festival comes to Edinburgh for second year
Showcase includes Mango Dreams and Lipstick Under My Burkha. - 17 Mar 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
Benedict Cumberbatch to star in How To Stop Time
Actor's SunnyMarch company to co-produce. - 14 Mar 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
7 Minutes opens Italian Film Festival
Director Michele Placido in attendance. - 04 Mar 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
More funding announced for Edinburgh Film Festival
Money will help Talent Lab to support new Scottish filmmakers. - 03 Mar 2017
by Jennie Kermode
Rendez-Vous with French Cinema opening night in New York
Celebrations mark the start of the festival. - 02 Mar 2017
by Anne-Katrin Titze
The Oscar speech that got away
Barry Jenkins reveals what he had planned to say. - 02 Mar 2017
by Jennie Kermode
Tribeca announces feature film line-up
Stars include Jon Hamm, Al Pacino, Juno Temple and Burt Reynolds - 02 Mar 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
Moonlight is unexpected Oscar winner
Last minute twist turns the tables after La La Land is declared victor. - 26 Feb 2017
by Jennie Kermode
Bill Paxton dies at 61
"Bill's passion for the arts was felt by all who knew him," says his family. - 26 Feb 2017
by Jennie Kermode
Moonlight in the limelight at the Independent Spirit Awards
Barry Jenkins' film takes six gongs as Huppert wins again. - 26 Feb 2017
by Jennie Kermode
Huppert, Dolan and Daniel Blake score at Césars
First film Divines takes three awards - 25 Feb 2017
by Richard Mowe
On Body And Soul Takes Golden Bear
Hungarian drama wins in Berlin. - 18 Feb 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
Berlin announces audience and independent jury awards
I Am Not Your Negro and Insyriated among winners. - 18 Feb 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
Harrison Ford in aeroplane near miss
"Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?" star asked. - 14 Feb 2017
by Jennie Kermode
La La Land wins top awards at BAFTAs
Fans are pleased by an otherwise diverse mix. - 12 Feb 2017
by Jennie Kermode
Fight breaks out in Aberdeen cinema
Mobile phone user kicked to the ground. - 11 Feb 2017
by Jennie Kermode
San Sebastian to pay tribute to Joseph Losey
US filmmaker will be subject of retrospective. - 08 Feb 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
Sea Change for Kristin Scott Thomas
Actress to direct debut feature. - 05 Feb 2017
by Amber Wilkinson

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