Page 3 Profile: Jane Champion, Film-maker

A coup de maître.

Michael Bay's lost weekend at CES in Las Vegas

He wasn’t being asked to deliver a soliloquy on the nature of art

Hong Kong film pioneer Run Run Shaw, the man who helped bring kung fu movies to the mainstream, has died, aged 107.

Chinese Kung Fu film pioneer Run Run Shaw dies, aged 107

The Shaw Brothers Studios he founded produced almost 1,000 films and is largely credited for bringing the martial arts genre to a commercial audience

Jane Campion will succeed Steven Spielberg as president of the Cannes jury

Jane Campion to succeed Steven Spielberg as president of Cannes jury 2014

The first female director to win the Palme d'Or said she 'can't wait' until May

Watchdog defends approval of former Co-op chair Paul Flowers

The man who approved the appointment of Paul Flowers as chairman of the Co-op told MPs he “stands by the decision”.

Stve McQueen at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2013

Steve McQueen heckled as 'garbage man' at New York Film Critics Circle Awards

McQueen was heckled as he received the award for Best Director

CES 2014: Michael Bay walks off stage after embarrassing Autocue error

The director looked flustered and said 'I'm sorry' before leaving the stage

CES 2014 day one highlights: Michael Bay's meltdown, Panasonic's throwable tablet and 'Heart Rate Earphones' from LG

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The man behind the all-important shift of David Cameron’s parting from the left to the right has been awarded an MBE.

David Cameron’s hairdresser Lino Carbosiero awarded an MBE. Because he’s worth it.

The prime minister faced fresh accusations of cronyism after it was revealed that his hairdresser appeared in the New Year Honours List last week

Will Smith has finally paid tribute to the late James ‘Uncle Phil’ Avery.

James Avery death: Will Smith finally plays tribute to late ‘Uncle Phil’ star

The Fresh Prince of Bel Air star posted a moving message to the actor, who died on New Year's Eve aged 65 during open heart surgery

(Left to right) Will Poulter, Lea Seydoux and George MacKay at the Bafta press conference

Bafta Rising Star Award: Léa Seydoux and Dane Dahaan among nominees

Blue is the Warmest Colour's Léa Seydoux joins four other rising stars

Peep Show duo Mitchell and Webb

Peep Show co-writer Sam Bain to publish 'darkly comic novel'

Alice Jones' Arts Diary: The novel takes the form of a series of letters from an obsessed fan to a TV game show hostess

Deadpan but alive to the future: Buster Keaton the revolutionary

Buster Keaton wasn’t just a born star – he was a revolutionary film-maker

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