Jess Denham

Jess Denham reports on Arts and Entertainment for The Independent website.

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Netflix is premiering its first movie at the Venice Film Festival

Beasts of No Nation stars British actor Idris Elba as an African warlord

Miley Cyrus owns MTV VMAs and drops surprise free album - her best moments

From her chandelier-esque entrance to that show-stopping performance

Kanye West is to be honoured with the MTV VMA Video Vanguard Award

VMAs 2015: Kanye West says awards are pointless while accepting MTV's most prestigious prize

Because the lifetime achievement gong just wasn't big enough for this ego

Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

New on Netflix September 2015 - From The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 to Toy Story

Our pick of the best new films and TV shows hitting the streaming service

Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe), Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) and Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint)

These Harry Potter lipsticks are sparking all sorts of controversy with Hogwarts fans

Raven's Claw, spelt like that and in a deep red? No!

Friends from Torquay splash in the mud at the Glastonbury 2011

Your abandoned Glastonbury wellies have gone to help the Calais migrants

The festival has also sent 2000 unused rain ponchos and first aid kits to the camp

Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn: Poems for Corbyn e-book includes poem that repeats 'No Blair' 21 times

More than 5,000 people have downloaded the left-leaning collection

New Adele album 'due out in November' - everything we know so far from title to guests

Danger Mouse and Ryan Tedder are believed to be collaborating with Adele

New David Walliams children's book The Bear Who Went Boo! could not look cuter

This cheeky polar bear cub loves nothing better than startling other animals

The truth behind who really buys sex dolls, from the man who makes the most realistic ones you can buy

The community might surprise you – there are those it helps, such as the people who have lost a partner and aren't ready to move on. And then there are customers at the other end of the scale who have requested a child-like doll - and have swiftly been reported to the police

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