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Daniele Watts charged with lewd conduct
Is actress being punished for speaking out against police? - 22 Oct 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Leviathan wins top award in London
Russian film takes top honours as First Feature gong goes to The Tribe - 19 Oct 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
Scottish film studio plans get a boost
Creative Scotland announces three year film strategy. - 17 Oct 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Missing actress Misty Upham found dead in ravine
August: Osage County star was 32. - 17 Oct 2014
by Jennie Kermode and Anne-Katrin Titze
Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival announces awards
"It was an honour to watch so many brave pieces of filmmaking," says curator. - 15 Oct 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Blue Moon Film Festival preview
We look ahead to new event putting spotlight on female filmmakers. - 13 Oct 2014
by Rebecca Naughten
Stephen Frears to receive BFI Fellowship
High Fidelity director honoured at London Film Festival - 08 Oct 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
Play Poland goes fourth
Festival highlights include Ida and Life Feels Good. - 07 Oct 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
Steve Martin to receive lifetime achievement award
Comic star to receive American Film Institute accolade. - 04 Oct 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival opens
Spectacular launch in Kelvingrove museum - 01 Oct 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Magical Girl triumphs in San Sebastian
Cedric Kahn's Wild Life takes speical jury prize. - 28 Sep 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
French Legion of Honour ceremony for Michael Barker and Tom Bernard
Sony Pictures Classics founders celebrated. - 24 Sep 2014
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Denzel receives Donostia
Washington on the red carpet at San Sebastián - 20 Sep 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
Chris Fujiwara quits Edinburgh International Film Festival
Artistic director steps down to pursue other activities. - 16 Sep 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
Whiplash drums up a storm in Deauville
Double prizes whammy plus a standing ovation. - 15 Sep 2014
by Richard Mowe
Imitation Game takes top prize at Toronto
Beats Of The Anatoy named best documentary. - 14 Sep 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
Danièle Watts speaks out after police detention
Was Django Unchained star a victim of racial profiling? - 13 Sep 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Richard Kiel dies
James Bond's biggest foe was 74. - 11 Sep 2014
by Jennie Kermode
New York Film Festival to honor Ethan Hawke and Richard Gere
Stars still exploring as artists, says Lesli Klainberg. - 10 Sep 2014
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Pigeon takes lion in Venice
Roy Andersson's A Pigeon Sat On a Branch Reflecting On Existence wins top prize - 06 Sep 2014
by Amber Wilkinson

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Luis Moreno Ocampo on pursuing justice First Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court talks about Watchers Of The Sky

Kent Jones honours Misty Upham Co-screenwriter of Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian shares his memories.

Arnaud Desplechin remembers Misty Upham A tribute to the actress he directed in Jimmy P: Psychotherapy Of A Plains Indian.

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Daniele Watts charged with lewd conduct Is actress being punished for speaking out against police?

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