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A range of events, exhibitions, films and televisions programmes will all mark the anniversary.

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Hollywood director James Cameron's sub reaches deepest point of the ocean

Hollywood director James Cameron has completed his journey to the deepest point of the ocean.

Titanic expected to fetch ad rates of close to £60,000 for ITV

ITV could bank as much as £4m in advertising this weekend thanks to the launch of Britain's Got Talent and new Sunday night drama Titanic, its two most important shows of the year so far.

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Titanic director set to become first person in 50 years to reach foot of the Mariana Trench

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Archie Bland: Let's make the Oscars a ceremony you can sit through

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Hollywood's patriarchal power structure is being challenged by two women whose scripts have grossed $5bn

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