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From garrulous, gangrenous Jeffrey Bernard to stovepipe-hatted Sebastian Horsley, Soho’s decadents and dandies have proven an entertaining if somewhat trying tribe. Many were far less interesting than their own egos would have them believe, as you’ll know if you ever visited Soho’s notorious Colony Room, a bear pit of strawberry-nosed drunks bellowing witlessly at one another.

Canadian actress Genevieve Sabourin has been convicted for stalking Alec Baldwin

Genevieve Sabourin sentenced to seven months in prison for stalking actor Alec Baldwin

The Canadian bit-part actress sobbed as she was convicted in Manhattan

The age of 3D: the new Screen X system

Widescreen, immersive and no funny glasses: Is this the future of 3D cinema?

With cinema-goers clearly willing to pay extra, Kaleem Aftab reports on a new technology with a difference

Video: Television and classic movies

Watch the videos below to see clips from some of the classic films being turned into TV shows.

Michael Douglas and Glenn Close battle it out in Fatal Attraction

Fatal Attraction heads to the West End stage

Adaptation of Hitchcock's Strangers On A Train also coming to London

Star Wars visionary Gilbert Taylor dies at 99

Gilbert Taylor, the veteran cinematographer who shot the first Star Wars film under the direction of George Lucas, has died at the age of 99.

Eric Cantona posing at the Cannes Film Festival 2013

Eric Cantona to head French film festival jury

Eric Cantona, the iconic Manchester United footballer who quit football to become an actor, is to head the jury on an Anglo-French film festival.

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Amazing Grace

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Film review: The Wolverine: Angry Jackman is a James Bond in wolf's clothing

The common thread linking this year's summer blockbusters has been the cheery nonchalance with which they've obliterated cities and the innocent civilians who live in them, so it's refreshing to see The Wolverine, a relatively small-scale superhero film which prefers not to kill anyone except the bad guys – and they don't count.

Video: Film trailers for the latest releases

Watch the videos below for a selection of trailers for the latest releases:

Video: Film trailers for the latest releases

Watch the videos below for a selection of trailers for the latest releases:

Film review: Dial M for Murder 3D (PG)

Remarkably, Hitchcock shot this adaptation of Frederick Knott's stage hit in 3D, just when the fad was on the wane (in 1954). The director himself said, "It was a nine-day wonder, and I came in on the ninth day." Now it has been carefully restored by the Warner Bros team, though its staginess remains impervious to tinkering.

'Right-wing panties' and other university exam howlers

'Sex has puzzled biologists ever since it was discovered by Darwin and Mendel,' apparently. Here are some of this year's funniest exam bloopers

Proving her worth to Hollywood: Tuppence Middleton

Tuppence Middleton proves her worth to Hollywood

The British actress with the unusual name is making the shift from TV to major movies. James Mottram meets her

A still from Hitchcock's silent film 'The Ring'

Alfred Hitchcock's silent films join UNESCO cultural archive

The surviving nine films join 10 items including the Domesday Book to represent the best of the UK's cultural heritage

A film poster for Psycho

Film posters: The images that draw the audience in

A new book celebrates the art of film posters. Sadly, they don't make them like they used to, the author tells Charlotte Cripps

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