March 14 2014 Latest news:
From Belgian thrillers to a lost Australian gem and the 30th anniversary of the ultimate mock-doc, Barry Forshaw reviews this week’s DVD releases:
It’s the biggest night of the year for the mainstream film industry, so the pressure for celebs to look their best (or just simply make an impression) is on at the Oscars.
A £6million project to restore London’s Regent Street Cinema, the UK’s oldest, has been given the go-ahead by Westminster council, with broadcaster Sandi Toksvig also throwing her weight behind the plans.
Horror fans can relive their childhood nightmares watching scary movies with a creepy film triple-header inside an eerily beautiful church in Bethnal Green.
Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave is tipped to continue its award season success at tonight’s Baftas, with the slavery drama taking 10 nominations into the ceremony in Covent Garden.
George Clooney has today defended his call for Britain to return the Elgin Marbles to Greece as he launched his latest film at the National Gallery in London.
From Swedish TV to classic French cinema, Barry Forshaw picks the best DVDs out at the moment in his round-up of recent releases:
Celebrities and their children walked red carpet in the West End yesterday for a special screening of The Lego Movie, with some more appropriately dressed than others.
Work by the only stills photographer to be awarded a Bafta for his services to British film will go on show at the National Theatre later this month, it has been announced.
Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave is continuing its seemingly unstoppable march to Oscars glory with further success at last night’s London Critics’ Circle Film Awards.
The English Patient’s Kristin Scott Thomas and Ralph Fiennes were reunited on the red carpet last night at the London premiere of The Invisible Woman.
British film 12 Years A Slave, from London director Steve McQueen, leads British chances at the Oscars with nine nominations, including one for Newham-born actor Chiwetel Ejiofor.
The big winner at last night’s Golden Globes was 12 Years A Slave but the anticipated British invasion failed to materialise with many stars missing out on awards.
12 Years A Slave actress Lupita Nyong’o heads an incredibly strong list of nominees for this year’s EE Bafta Rising Star Award.
Scientists say they have discovered why forces of good like hobbits always beat evil orcs, and say it’s nothing to do with morals and is all about sunlight.