Eric Cantona, the iconic Manchester United footballer who quit football to become an actor, is to head the jury on an Anglo-French film festival.
Will Nuneaton candidate be 56-year-old Harman-backed Miriam O'Reilly or 22-year-old local Victoria Fowler?
Football can bring people together or force them apart. In Israel they make claims for the positive case while acknowledging that in one notorious instance the opposite tends to happen.
Despite the title Something in the Air, the 1969 Thunderclap Newman hit of the same title doesn't feature in the new film from French writer-director Olivier Assayas.
Having portrayed an award-winning Heathcliff, James Howson is now back on the dole
The magic ingredient for a classic Christmas film is a touch of misery, not the manufactured merriment of today's movies, says Mike Shaw
The magic ingredient for a classic Christmas film is a touch of misery, not the manufactured merriment of today’s movies
A new drama about modern-day slavery is compelling, says Gerard Gilbert. But can TV shows really be catalysts for change?
We've all heard the song. But there's more to life than football and fighting. So how do England and Germany measure up at the Nobels? The Oscars? Crufts? Kevin Rawlinson keeps score
Fans'group hope former player's global appeal will help oust Glazers as Japanese bankers join cause
Islamic Republic's biggest film festival is shunned in protest at ongoing crackdown on Iranian opposition
Don't be fooled by Eric Cantona and the football trimmings. This is a deeply political film at heart
Cinema's biggest directors are vying for the Palme d'Or in Cannes today – it's a pity they didn't rise to the occasion
If you crossed Ken Loach with Robert Guédiguian, added a pinch of wry comedy and handed it to a thoroughly committed ensemble of actors, the result would be something like Couscous.