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Jonathan Romney on Byzantium: Revenge of the British landlady

Neil Jordan nudges self-parody in a garbled feminist vampire-fest set in a seaside B&B

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Hermione Grainger might have gone to the Yule Ball in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire, but actress Emma Watson looks set to be invited to a far more ambitious affair.

Editorial: Arise, plain Danny Boyle

So Danny Boyle, who directed the Olympics Opening Ceremony with such wisdom, wit and ingenuity, has turned down a knighthood. And good for him. Not because a knighthood per se is a bad thing, though we have misgivings about the whole honours system, but because acceptance would have been a betrayal of everything he has said and done in his artistic career. Above all, it would have negated the spirit of cocking a snook at the Establishment, the ingredient that distinguished London's Olympics opening from so many others.

Feminists denounced, then embraced, Bond girls

The James Bond films were the vanguard of the sexual revolution. Sean Connery, the suave star of six of the first seven movies, played Bond as a devilish version of elegant Cary Grant in Alfred Hitchcock's spectacular travelogues To Catch a Thief and North by Northwest.

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A class act: Claire Foy on criticism, tumours and embarrassing sex scenes

Her luminous good looks made her the star of Little Dorrit and Upstairs Downstairs. As she prepares to light up our TV screens once again, Claire Foy talks to Gerard Gilbert.

Prime minister David Cameron reveals interest in movie gossip

David Cameron revealed his interest in movie star gossip on a visit to Britain's most famous film studios today.

Cameron: We need more mainstream films

David Cameron urged the British film industry to concentrate on making more mainstream movies today.

Screen Talk: No fairytale ending in sight

Fans of Melissa Marr's novels Wicked Lovely will have to wait a while longer to see them on the big screen.

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St Swithin and the art of paper folding

Snow White and the never-ending franchise options

Once upon a time, studios decided to reboot classic fairy tales. Sarah Hughes wonders if the results will fare happily ever after

A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventure (U)

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DVD: Tamara Drewe (15)

When the beautiful Tamara Drewe (Gemma Arterton) returns to the Dorset village she grew up in to sell her late mother's house, she becomes the subject of local gossip, some drawn lustily to the hotpants-wearing journalist, others jealous of her youth and apparent confidence.

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Potatoes could be off the menu as crop pests threaten UK

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Salomé's feminine wiles have inspired writers, painters and musicians for 2,000 years. Now audiences can meet the Biblical femme fatale in two new stage and screen projects
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British Library celebrates all things Gothic

Forthcoming exhibition Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination will be the UK's largest ever celebration of Gothic literature
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Robert Fisk: No victory for Israel despite weeks of devastation

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