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Pedro Almodovar arriving at a gala screening of I'm So Excited at the Hackney Picture House, London.

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Spanish film-maker Pedro Almodovar has revealed he is a keen flyer in spite of the problems featured in his new film I'm So Excited!

Amelia Lowdell and Oliver Coopersmith in Purple Heart

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A comrade of a deceased combatant visits his bereaved family. We know the drill, we know the score of this time-honoured dramatic trope. Don't we?

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A class act

The young stand-up Jack Whitehall writes and stars in BBC3's new sitcom, Bad Education, set in an inner-city comprehensive, and his sharp script has lured some top comedy talent. By Gerard Gilbert

On their marks: Jack Whitehall and the young cast in 'Bad Education'

A class act: Jack Whitehall's new BBC3 sitcom Bad Education has lured some top comedy talent

The public school-educated comedian writes and stars in the new sitcom, set in an inner-city comprehensive.

Tim Walker: The truth is always trending on Twitter

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It has been 20 years since Spain's finest last worked together. The Oscar-winning director tells James Mottram about the harrowing, Promethean tale that inspired their reunion

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