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12 Years a Slave, based on an 1853 memoir of a free black man sold into slavery, won the top prize at the Toronto International Film Festival tonight.

Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle is to team up with Peep Show writers for a new Channel 4 drama

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Oscar-winning film director Danny Boyle is to team up with the writers of the comedy Peep Show to make a drama show for Channel 4 on the subject of modern British policing.

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A tour led by the capital's street children shows Harriet O'Brien a different side of the city

Arise, Sir Danny? No thanks ma'am, says 'man of the people' Boyle

Boyle turns down a knighthood for his role in this summer’s Olympic games

Danny Boyle dismisses knighthood talk

Filmmaker Danny Boyle has dismissed suggestions that he could be knighted for his spectacular Olympic opening ceremony.

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You think it’s tough to follow Beijing? Try following Danny Boyle

The creative team behind the opening ceremony of the Paralympics are well aware of the challenge they face to outdo the Olympic gala, but they are ready

Danny Boyle has already been angered by camera positioning at the Opening Ceremony

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Sshhhhhh! Don't tell anyone. It's a secret

Has there has ever been a tougher time to keep schtum, asks Simon Usborne

Escaping 'spoilers' has never been harder

Sshhhhh! Don't tell anyone about the London 2012 Olympics opening ceremony

As Danny Boyle asks people not to blab about his opening ceremony, Simon Usborne wonders if there's ever been a tougher time to keep schtum

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Danny Boyle makes pledge on Olympic opening ceremony animals

Danny Boyle, the artistic director of the opening ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics, has sent a hand-written letter to animal rights campaigners pledging that no harm will come to the animals used in the making of his show.

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Nadine Labaki is a Lebanese film-maker set for global success

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