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The Good Boss breaks Goya record
Fernando León de Aranoa secures 20 nominations - 29 Nov 2021
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David Dalaithngu dies at 68
Indigenous Australian actor loses cancer fight - 29 Nov 2021
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Riz Ahmed to receive Richard Harris Award
BIFA gong honours career achievement - 29 Nov 2021
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Dear Thomas takes top prize in Tallinn
Good night for German film as Other Cannibals also wins - 28 Nov 2021
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First Glasgow Film Festival titles announced
Hybrid edition will host free 1962 retrospective - 26 Nov 2021
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BIFA craft awards announced
Triple wins for Boiling Point and The Souvenir Part II - 19 Nov 2021
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Dean Stockwell dies
Versatile actor had a 70 year career - 09 Nov 2021
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Boiling Point and Belfast lead charge at BIFAs
11 nominations each for films based on directors' own experience - 03 Nov 2021
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Calvert Journal Film Festival winners announced
Dawn named Best Fiction Feature - 01 Nov 2021
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Margate Film Festival starts hybrid edition
Online film access begins November 1 - 31 Oct 2021
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Bad Luck Banging Or Loony Porn wins top award at Golden Arch
Radu Jude's film honoured at Eurasian film awards - 27 Oct 2021
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Court records: Alec Baldwin told prop gun was safe before fatal shooting
Star says his 'heart is broken' after 'tragic accident' - 23 Oct 2021
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Alec Baldwin fired prop gun that killed DoP on set, authorities say
Director also injured in incident on Rust shoot - 22 Oct 2021
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DOC NYC 2021 Visionaries Tribute honorees announced
Ceremony scheduled for Wednesday 10 November - 14 Oct 2021
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French Film Festival UK announces dates
Event will run in cinemas and online - 07 Oct 2021
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Tycoon with a penchant for acting
Director Claude Lelouch on the death of colourful compatriot - 04 Oct 2021
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Sundance names new CEO
Joana Vicente moves from TIFF - 29 Sep 2021
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Sundance announces further details of 2022 edition
Festival plans satellite cinemas across US - 28 Sep 2021
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Blue Moon wins Golden Shell
San Sebastian announces winners - 28 Sep 2021
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New York Film Festival FreeTalks announced
Jane Campion and Apichatpong Weerasethakul among speakers - 23 Sep 2021
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Making Make The Devil Laugh The Mino brothers talk about their scrutiny of Japanese society

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