Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave resisted the force of Gravity to be named best picture at the Oscars today.
Irish actor Liam Neeson has compared his relationship with Natasha Richardson to Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers as he opened up about her death in a new interview.
The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug looks set to desolate the competition at this year's Empire Awards.
Former Doctor Who companion Frazer Hines has joined the cast of a new Scots indie romcom road movie.
Film company Pinewood is to set up a new studio in Cardiff.
Some of the biggest stars of the big screen were out tonight for the Baftas.
Actress Ellen Page who won the hearts of cinema-goers as the pregnant teenager in the film Juno, has come out as gay.
FOR a 44-year-old, Spike Jonze is looking ridiculously youthful.
It is a week since the tragic death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, whose sudden, premature absence from our film-going still does not bear thinking about.
Commemorating the 10th anniversary of any cultural event in harsh economic climes and a one-click, free-download society is no mean feat, particularly for a film gala.
Deep in the heart of Texas the stars are famously big and bright, but celestial watchers may have noticed them dimming recently.
Chiara Mastroianni recalls a childhood visit in the late 1970s to Rome's famed Cinecitta Studios, and the film set of Fellini's typically extravagant City Of Women, in which her father Marcello was starring.
Alan Davies has an exciting year ahead.
Simon Cowell had a near miss after volunteering to take part in a knife-throwing act which went wrong during a Britain's Got Talent audition.
There is a certain harmony in Abi Morgan writing the screenplay for The Invisible Woman, a new drama about the relationship between the actress Nelly Ternan and Charles Dickens.