The Canadian bit-part actress sobbed as she was convicted in Manhattan
With cinema-goers clearly willing to pay extra, Kaleem Aftab reports on a new technology with a difference
Adaptation of Hitchcock's Strangers On A Train also coming to London
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.
'Sex has puzzled biologists ever since it was discovered by Darwin and Mendel,' apparently. Here are some of this year's funniest exam bloopers
The British actress with the unusual name is making the shift from TV to major movies. James Mottram meets her
The surviving nine films join 10 items including the Domesday Book to represent the best of the UK's cultural heritage
A new book celebrates the art of film posters. Sadly, they don't make them like they used to, the author tells Charlotte Cripps
Honour for the man behind some of Hollywood's most famous opening sequences on what would have been his 93rd birthday
Danny Boyle's impressive Olympic opening ceremony and the spoof sitcom inspired by the Games are both in the running for TV Bafta Awards.
Hollywood-themed Sand Sculpture Festival kicks off this weekend
Four Scandinavian actresses have achieved international acclaim playing strong female characters in hit TV drama series. But can they cross the subtitle barrier and find a wider international audience?
Priests were once movie symbols of decency and heroism. Scandals in the Catholic Church have ended that, says Geoffrey Macnab
Anthony Hopkins is fine as the Master, but it’s Helen Mirren who provides the suspense
Hitchcock is famous for films such as Psycho, The 39 Steps and Birds, but he is less well known for his first film, silent picture The Pleasure Garden.