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The London film festival centre stages female film directors and strong female roles
The movie, directed by Paul Greengrass is based on the terror attacks of Norwegian far-right extremist Anders Behring Breivik
The film is set in the post-Soviet Belarus of the 1990s where young Evelina is desperate to get to Chicago and earn her living as a professional house DJ.i
Festival pitches itself as major forum for co-productions in the former Kazakh capital, the cradle of Soviet cinema with a long tradition of filmmaking.
Nicole Kidman's latest movie 'Boy erased' had its premiere at the Toronto International Film festival. The film looks at the mother of a son forced to participate in a church-supported gay conversion program in a small American town.
He’s the filmmaker behind classics like "120 days of Sodom", and now Pier Pasolini has a retrospective called "The Great Heretic". It will screen 17 restored versions of his films in Athens, Greece. But how relevant is Pasolini today?
Robert Redford's final film premieres at Toronto International Film Festival
44th American Film Festival wraps up with top prizes for debut films.
The story of the Israeli secret service's daring 1960's covert operation in Argentina has been given the Hollywood twist.
The 75 year old Canadian director was recognised for a lifetime of achivement.
Orson Welles shot "The Other Side of the Wind" in the early 1970s but gave up on it, leaving behind 100 hours of footage when he died in 1985.
As the president of Uruguay Jose Mujica gave most of his salary to charity and lived an austere lifestyle whilst in office.
Cyclist Gino Bartali helped around 800 Jews escape the holocaust because he smuggled fake documents in the frame of his bike. He pretended to be training but was carrying messages and photographs for passports to the Italian Resistance