(18) Spike Lee, 105 mins Starring: Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen, Sharlto Copley
With more than 70 per cent of early films lost, archivists are scouring the world to preserve the precious examples that remain
Gielgud Theatre, London
The Canadian bit-part actress sobbed as she was convicted in Manhattan
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.
Pringle invited Central Saint Martins students to create knits fit for a princess, says Stephanie Hirschmiller
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.
'Sex has puzzled biologists ever since it was discovered by Darwin and Mendel,' apparently. Here are some of this year's funniest exam bloopers
Hollywood royalty give their child a name that has all of Manchester smiling
James Franco – actor, author, director, sex symbol, Oscars show host and now artist – may have disappointed the audience at a special screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho at the weekend by not appearing in drag. If you want to see Franco in a dress you’ll have to visit his multimedia installation Psycho Nacirema at the Pace Gallery in Soho.
The award for most surprised winner at last night’s British Academy Television Awards went to Sheridan Smith.
Honour for the man behind some of Hollywood's most famous opening sequences on what would have been his 93rd birthday
Tony Lee Moral accuses the corporation of portraying the influential film director as a 'lascivious letch' in Christmas drama, The Girl
Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes has been remade
Priests were once movie symbols of decency and heroism. Scandals in the Catholic Church have ended that, says Geoffrey Macnab