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Impeccably dressed A-listers and upstart documentary filmmakers will brush shoulders on the red carpet at Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre, as months of campaigning for 24 gold statuettes boil down to a single night.
This week is the first without Britain as a member, and the EU was keen to reset its route. The French President was in Poland and the Commission laid out new methods for those keen to join the bloc.
Actor Kirk Douglas has died at the age of 103. Flowers were placed on his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. His son, actor Michael Douglas, announced the news on Instagram on 5. February.
Dark Waters tells the real life story of an American lawyer, who takes on one of the world's biggest chemical companies convinced they are knowingly polluting the local drinking water. It’s lead star Mark Ruffalo was in Brussels telling MEPs that he fears that the same could be happening here.
The film was well-received in Morocco, giving rise to many debates within a society that is still very phallocentric.
Historical research alleges that Alfred Bauer was both a member of the Nazi party and a member of the SA, the Nazis’ pre-war paramilitary wing.
Film director Roman Polanski received 12 Cesar nominations on Wednesday for ‘An Officer and a Spy’ despite facing fresh rape allegations.
Essential viewing for anyone who wants to remain well-informed on the many aspects of climate change.
We take a look at which movies made their mark at the international film festivals in 2019.
2019 was the year for women in European cinema. From female directors, to issues of gender inequality
Anna Karina, the epitome of French New Wave cinema, has died of cancer at the age of 79. The French-Danish star was the former muse of film director Jean-Luc Godard
It was the clear winner at the European Film Awards in Berlin, picking up a total of eight awards, including Best Film and Best Director for Yorgos Lanthimos.
The Favourite, The Traitor, J'Accuse, Pain and Glory, System Crasher, Les Miserables, who will win at this year's European Film Awards
The tale of a woman standing up to patriarchy in a small Macedonian village has won the prestigious LUX Film Prize. Its director says it is important to stand up to misogyny in the Balkans and across Europe.
The movie retraces the events leading to the Dreyfus affair — an antisemitic political scandal in 1894 France known for having led to a grave miscarriage of justice.
Amazon canceled a four-picture deal with the filmmaker amid the #MeToo movement.
Police arrested more than 25 people after ultra-nationalist protesters attempted to derail the premiere of an award-winning movie about gay love.
Haenel, now 30, claims Christophe Ruggia abused her when they worked together on her debut movie, The Devils, when she was 12 to 15.
Joker masks and make-up have been used as a symbol by protesters around the World since the release of Todd Phillips' blockbuster. But is the character played by Joaquin Phoenix a far cry from an idealist freedom fighter.
The 91-year-old Italian director spoke to Euronews' Jack Parrock
The US filmmaker is honoured at a ceremony in Lyon and takes the director's chair to remake an 1895 classic
Cult US filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola has received the prestigious Lumière Award at the Lumière festival, which ends on Sunday in Lyon.
The Lumière film festival opened in Lyon today. Film director, Francis Ford Coppola has won the main award.
He said in 2018 that regardless of the ups and downs of a career, "the job of real life is the job of caring for others".
"Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn said he was "saddened" by the filmmaker's comments.
During the 9-day run of Egypt’s 3rd edition of the El Gouna Film Festival, Hollywood actors rubbed shoulders with regional movie stars.