News stories:

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
Human Rights Watch Film Festival line-up announced
Showcase opens with Oscar-nominated I Am Not Your Negro. - 03 Feb 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
More honours for Elle
Three new prizes in Lumière Awards. - 31 Jan 2017
by Richard Mowe
Almodóvar named Cannes jury president
Spaniard “overwhelmed” by invitation for 70th edition. - 31 Jan 2017
by Richard Mowe
Hidden Figures takes top honours at SAG Awards
Actors take opportunity to speak out against discrimination. - 30 Jan 2017
by Jennie Kermode
Antonio Banderas hospitalised afer heart scare
Actor has thanked medics for their help. - 30 Jan 2017
by Jennie Kermode
Sundance announces award winners
Top prizes go to I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore and The Nile Hilton Incident. - 29 Jan 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
Asghar Farhadi to miss the Oscars
The Salesman director cannot enter the US because he is Muslim. - 28 Jan 2017
by Jennie Kermode
Sir John Hurt dies at 77
Tributes pour in for Alien and Elephant Man star. - 28 Jan 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
Big boost for UK production in 2016
Inward investment up 18% in bumper year. - 27 Jan 2017
by Jennie Kermode
Shia LaBeouf arrested at art show
Fans claim he was trying to save them from Nazis. - 26 Jan 2017
by Jennie Kermode
Elle and Frantz battle for Césars
Huppert, Niney and Cotillard in the frame. - 25 Jan 2017
by Richard Mowe
Marjorie Prime wins Sloan Award
Winners of Sundance commissioning, episodic storytelling grants and lab fellowship also revealed. - 25 Jan 2017
by Amber Wilkinson
Ewan McGregor in TV pull-out row
Actor refuses to appear with Piers Morgan. - 24 Jan 2017
by Jennie Kermode

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Huppert - the actress who knows no fear
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The X factor
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Recollections of James Baldwin
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Finding treasure
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Feeling as others do, part 2
Terence Davies talks about Emily Dickinson, death, costumes and A Quiet Passion.
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The outsider's story
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Butterfly memories, part 1
Luke Davies on adapting Saroo Brierley's memoir into Lion.
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Making The Wound
John Trengove talks about the challenges of his coming-of-age drama.
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Little boy found Sue Brierley and Saroo Brierley on the true story behind Lion.

Gentleman of letters Gay Talese on the importance of James Baldwin and films in I Am Not Your Negro.

Screenings with style GFF Diary days 5&6: power dressing, pipers, Persian food, David Lynch’s photographs and the Margaret Tait Award.

Huppert - the actress who knows no fear Elle star on working with Verhoeven, awards and the gift of confidence

The X factor Stephen Kijak on his career and rockumentary We Are X.

On Body And Soul Takes Golden Bear Hungarian drama wins in Berlin.

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