Two early Peter Sellers films which have not been seen for almost 60 years are to get their first showing at a film festival.
X-Men stars Hugh Jackman and James McAvoy are on track for a new starring role - on the side of a train.
Music superstar Madonna is to try her hand as a film director again, with a romantic tale set on an African island.
Hollywood star Kevin Spacey has been lined up to play Winston Churchill in a new film.
Almost 150 people have entered an innovative ultra-short film competition... and there's still time to get involved.
THERE has been, over the years, no shortage of great movies set in prisons: The Shawshank Redemption, A Prophet, Cell 211, The Green Mile, Cool Hand Luke, Robert Bresson's A Man Escaped. Scum, too, if we widen the definition to borstals.
Disney has announced that cameras are soon to start rolling on their first ever British non-animated film.
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.