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The actress' role as Patsey was influenced by the singer's 'child-like quality'

The Dance of Death, Trafalgar Studio 2, London

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Savides and Sofia Coppola on the set of 'Somewhere' in 2009

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Harris Savides, who died on 10 October aged 55, was an acclaimed cinematographer who worked frequently with Gus Van Sant and David Fincher. Savides was known for vividly recreating the hues of 1970s cinema in films like Fincher's Zodiac, Ridley Scott's American Gangster and Sofia Coppola's Somewhere, and for mesmerisingly fluid, long takes with Van Sant in movies including Last Days, Elephant and Gerry. He was also the director of photography on Van Sant's more mainstream films, Finding Forrester and Milk. The last film he shot was Coppola's The Bling Ring, based on the true story of Los Angeles teens who burglarized celebrities' homes, which is due out next year.

First Night: Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour, O2 Arena, London

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Mitt Romney addresses an audience in Iowa, a key 'swing state' in the election

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Republican candidate riding high after TV triumph with polls showing major gains

Michael Jackson's nephew appointed co-guardian of his kids

A judge has appointed Michael Jackson's nephew shared guardianship responsibilities for the singer's three children, but not without a last-minute effort by some relatives to delay the decision.

Katherine Jackson said she was in Arizona on doctor's orders

I was unaware I was missing, says Michael Jackson's mother

The mystery of Michael Jackson's mother's disappearance was resolved with the release of court papers that said she was kept from communicating with outsiders while at a resort and was unaware she had been reported missing.

Bad relations: Michael Jackson's will has seen squabbles between his siblings, including Janet and his children Paris, Prince Michael and Prince Michael II

Jackson children custody dispute likely to reach court

In the wake of a family dispute that spilled into the media, the living arrangements and guardianship of Michael Jackson's three children are expected to be determined by an upcoming court hearing.

Bad relations: Michael Jackson's will has seen squabbles between his siblings, including Janet and his children Paris, Prince Michael and Prince Michael II

Jackson estate limits relatives' access to home amid feud

Michael Jackson's estate has acknowledged it has limited some relatives' access to the home shared by the singer's mother and children in the wake of a family feud that turned into a driveway argument last week.

Bad relations: Michael Jackson's will has seen squabbles between his siblings, including Janet and his children Paris, Prince Michael and Prince Michael II

Family: Where there's a will... there's affray

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