News stories:

Court hears case of Star Wars set injury to Harrison Ford
Production company pleads guilty to two charges. - 26 Jul 2016
by Jennie Kermode
Hollywood pays tribute to Garry Marshall
Pretty Woman director dies at 81. - 20 Jul 2016
by Amber Wilkinson
Iris Prize earns BAFTA status
LGBT prize nominees now eligible for automatic entry. - 20 Jul 2016
by Amber Wilkinson
Sigourney Weaver to receive Donostia Award
Star's A Monster Calls will also screen in San Sebastian. - 19 Jul 2016
by Amber Wilkinson
Héctor Babenco dies
Kiss Of The Spider Woman director was 70. - 15 Jul 2016
by Jennie Kermode
Szabolcs Hajdu has time of his life at KVIFF
Director takes Crystal Globe and acting prize in Karlovy Vary. - 09 Jul 2016
by Amber Wilkinson
Double joy for Original Bliss
German film takes two awards in Karlovy Vary - 09 Jul 2016
by Amber Wilkinson
Was Iraq War intelligence influenced by a film?
Chilcot Inquiry notes similarities in SIS report and The Rock - 06 Jul 2016
by Jennie Kermode
Abbas Kiarostami dies
Palme d'Or winner was suffering from cancer. - 05 Jul 2016
by Jennie Kermode
Willem Dafoe receives Crystal Globe
Actor honoured for his lifetime contribution. - 04 Jul 2016
by Jennie Kermode
A Syrian Love Story vies for Lux Prize
British film one of 10 in running for European Parliament Award. - 04 Jul 2016
by Amber Wilkinson
Michael Cimino dead at 77
The Deer hunter director has passed away. - 02 Jul 2016
by Jennie Kermode
Horror home goes on the market
Iconic Amityville property has been refurbished. - 02 Jul 2016
by Jennie Kermode
Robin Hardy dies
The Wicker Man director was 86. - 02 Jul 2016
by Jennie Kermode
My Father Die to open Frightfest
Full line-up of monstrous movies announced. - 01 Jul 2016
by Jennie Kermode
UK in crisis? Enter Keanu Reeves
Star on film industry lobbying trip asked to be next PM. - 28 Jun 2016
by Jennie Kermode
Krysty Wilson-Cairns to pen screenplay for The Voyeur's Motel
Sam Mendes will direct Gay Talese adaptation. - 27 Jun 2016
by Anne-Katrin Titze
New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham has died
Much-loved documentary subject was 87. - 26 Jun 2016
by Anne-Katrin Titze
EIFF announces awards
Pikadero and Before Love among winners. - 24 Jun 2016
by Amber Wilkinson
Gunman killed in German cinema
Viernheim hostages rescued by police. - 23 Jun 2016
by Jennie Kermode

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The genius of Roth At the Indignation première with Linda Emond and Danny Burstein.

Sex in the village Leena Yadav on gender politics, conditioning and getting away from the blame game in Parched.

Stranger than fiction Jeff Feuerzeig on documenting the creation of a 'literary myth' in Author: The JT Leroy Story

Roses and escargots Logan Lerman and Sarah Gadon at the première of Indignation.

The danger of normal James Schamus on Indignation and how there's always a Malvolio.

Court hears case of Star Wars set injury to Harrison Ford Production company pleads guilty to two charges.

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