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Ten years on, Goold and company go Headlong into 9/11
A former paratrooper claims he suffered sustained panic attacks and post-traumatic stress after being waterboarded for a scene in a new film by Ken Loach. Trevor Williams said he was strapped to a bench press, had his feet elevated, hands tied and face covered with a rag while experiencing "simulated drowning" for a total of 80 seconds, halting only when he gave small thumb signals to the crew.
Media Studies: In his previous jobs Danny Cohen has been responsible for some spectacularly tacky programmes
Islamic Republic's biggest film festival is shunned in protest at ongoing crackdown on Iranian opposition
It began as 205 seconds of simplicity – and grew into a celluloid behemoth. Genevieve Roberts on the 'Cinematon'
Ken Loach (116 mins)
She may have wowed the critics at Cannes, but Kierston Wareing would still be running a tanning salon if not for a lucky break.