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Roddy Piper dies at 61
Wrestling legend and cult film star suffered a heart attack. - 01 Aug 2015
by Jennie Kermode
MoMA announces Zemeckis retrospective
What Lies Beneath: The Films of Robert Zemeckis to screen this autumn. - 31 Jul 2015
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Shorts go large at Film4 Frightfest
All 4 titles among festival premières. - 30 Jul 2015
by Jennie Kermode
Visit Venice Film Festival without leaving home
Sala Web to stream Orizzonti Competition and Biennale College titles - 29 Jul 2015
by Amber Wilkinson
Habemus Papam
Pope Francis and the New York Film Festival - 29 Jul 2015
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Anchoring the New York Film Festival
Michael Fassbender, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Don Cheadle star in headline films. - 28 Jul 2015
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Grand amour for British cinema
French festival to welcome Rochefort, Lewis and Kureshi. - 27 Jul 2015
by Richard Mowe
Chinese film breaks box-office records
It's all because of a cute baby monster. - 27 Jul 2015
by Jennie Kermode
Escaped robber recaptured on film set
Stardom was a mistake for Jason Stange. - 26 Jul 2015
by Jennie Kermode
Details of Lafayette cinema shooter emerge
Vigils are held for victims. - 25 Jul 2015
by Jennie Kermode
Barbara Crampton to appear at Frightfest
Full guest line-up announced. - 24 Jul 2015
by Jennie Kermode
Three killed in Louisiana cinema shooting
Gunman opens fire during Trainwreck screening. - 24 Jul 2015
by Jennie Kermode
Gérard Depardieu a security threat, says Ukraine
Steven Seagal and Emir Kusturica also named on blacklist. - 23 Jul 2015
by Jennie Kermode
“Rock star” Streep to open Locarno
Norton, Garcia and Cimino to receive honours. - 15 Jul 2015
by Richard Mowe
Imperium comes to New York
Finsterworld screenwriter to read from new book. - 13 Jul 2015
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Bob climbs to the top of the trees
Docu-drama wins Crystal award at Karlovy Vary. - 11 Jul 2015
by Richard Mowe
Box delivers a winning punch
Romanian film wows critics. - 11 Jul 2015
by Richard Mowe
Omar Sharif dies at 83
Doctor Zhivago star had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease. - 10 Jul 2015
by Jennie Kermode
Ivy named top feature at East End Film Festival
Welcome To Leith wins documentary prize. - 10 Jul 2015
by Amber Wilkinson
Fifty shades of Czech
Jamie Dornan to star in war drama Anthropoid. - 09 Jul 2015
by Richard Mowe

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Mia: up close and personal The Eden director talks about her generation.

Clash of the titans through a lens Rough ride for Oscar-nod documentary The Salt Of The Earth.

Roddy Piper dies at 61 Wrestling legend and cult film star suffered a heart attack.

MoMA announces Zemeckis retrospective What Lies Beneath: The Films of Robert Zemeckis to screen this autumn.

Shorts go large at Film4 Frightfest All 4 titles among festival premières.

Visit Venice Film Festival without leaving home Sala Web to stream Orizzonti Competition and Biennale College titles

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