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Bombay Bicycle Club “So Long, See You” (Tomorrow Island)

Sundance is now so big it's a bit much for me says founder Robert Redford

What started out in one cinema with a couple of dozen films now has an 11-day run and takes over an entire ski resort

Juno Temple: The 'chameleon' actress whose face you just can't place

Despite appearances in Killer Joe, Atonement and The Dark Knight Rises the Baftas Rising Star nominee still goes largely unrecognised she tells Nick Clark

Daniel Day-Lewis in Lincoln

Lincoln, Zero Dark Thirty and Les Miserables up for Producers Guild gongs

Steven Spielberg's presidential drama Lincoln, musical Les Miserables and Osama bin Laden thriller Zero Dark Thirty were among the movies earning Producers Guild Award nominations last night.

Surprise hit: The Sessions, with Helen Hunt and John Hawkes

Hollywood tackles sex and disability

A story about a polio sufferer losing his virginity is frank and uplifting. Sarah Morrison reports that it is also part of a trend

Goulding is like a random student who's turned up to see a show, only to be press-ganged into performing

IoS pop review: Ellie Goulding, Guidhall, Southampton

There are only so many chances you can give insipid female singer-songwriters

Coffee, anyone? Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul star in Smashed

IoS film review 2: Smashed
Love Crime
Codename: Geronimo

Alcoholism shouldn't be this much fun – even if we're left wanting more

Beavis and Butt-head creator to make Silicon Valley sitcom

Creator of Beavis and Butt-head and King of the Hill Mike Judge has developed a sitcom based on working life in America's breeding ground for tech entrepreneurs Silicon Valley.

Light shines on independent filmmaking

Movie stars from every generation graced the red carpet as the film industry raised a toast to independent British cinema.

Cineworld will buy Picturehouse for £47m

Film: Run! Hide! Its the invasion of the multiplexes!

For some cinemagoers, there's little that's more off-putting than the modern multiplex cinema. With its bucket-sized drinks and 19 simultaneous showings of the new Twilight film, the multiplex is often less a place to consume art than 10 rooms of digital 3D vampires and a lobby.

Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs in the forthcoming biopic about the Apple boss

Film: Ooh, you look just like that Steve Jobs

What, no turtleneck?! We can assume that comes later in the forthcoming Steve Jobs biopic, new details of which were released today.

Don't tell me it's a 'fact' that all Muslims in South Asia are descended from rapists

Some Pakistanis and Indian Muslims claim Arab ancestry, which is often a huge source of contention.

Great getaways: Chamonix and Salt Lake City

French fancy

Rising Labour star Stella Creasy wears heart on her album sleeve for Leeds indie band The Wedding Present

The Walthamstow MP shares teenage woes in an essay to accompany a vinyl edition of the band's Seamonsters album

I Am Kloot

I Am Kloot, Islington Assembly Hall, London



"This song is about drinking... and disaster," frontman John Bramwell drily announces before launching into the astringent "To the Brink".

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