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Titanic. Lord of the Rings. Aliens. King Kong. The Terminator.

The men behind those movies, James Cameron and Peter Jackson, are among modern film's special-effects kings, advancing technology in computer-generated imagery, motion-capture photography and 3-D.

Peter Jackson: The day I saw the Dalai Lama flee into exile

In March 1959, the world had heard only a few rumours of trouble in Tibet, after the Chinese closed the borders with India and Bhutan but the Indian government was being informed by its diplomats in Lhasa.

King Kong Theory, By Virginie Despentes

A bestseller in her native France, this memoir-come-treatise explains how Virginie Despentes came to write the controversial 1994 novel and 2000 film, Baise Moi.

King Kong Theory, By Virginie Despentes, trs Polly McLean

Virginie Despentes is best known for her controversial 1995 novel and 2000 film, Baise-Moi, about a prostitute and a rape victim who go on a killing spree. King Kong Theory is a free-ranging feminist manifesto that gives a little backdrop to that novel (Despentes's own ordeal being gang-raped, for instance) and details her other first-hand experiences of prostitution and pornography.

Games Review: Lord of the Rings: Conquest

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Screen test: Look what they've done to my book!

Book-writing is a very different art from writing screenplays. So what happens when an author's cherished creation finds itself in Hollywood's tender embrace? Charlotte Cripps asked nine novelists how they cope

Kurdish militants 'set fire to airport'

A Kurdish separatist group claimed responsibility for a large fire at Istanbul's Ataturk airport that injured three people, delayed international flights and destroyed the main cargo-handling building. The group's claim could not be independently verified.

Preview: The Loves of Shakespeare's women , King's Head Theatre, London

Susannah York has agreed to present her one-woman show, The Loves of Shakespeare's Women, at the King's Head Theatre in Islington, in aid of its Raise the Roof campaign. She has her own concerns about its structure: "I am still trying to work out how much of the set will fit into the theatre," she says. "I want my big medieval tapestries to hang at the back, but they are too big. I may have to do without the stone columns. There is only one prop - a letter [that John Falstaff sends to The Merry Wives of Windsor]."

Kate Winslet: Coming of age

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Edwards shows stubborn Lincoln end of the road

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