Lonsdale acted under Orson Welles, Steven Spielberg, Francois Truffaut and Louis Malle.
A fountain pen, silver pocket watch and other prized possessions of the late Jewish-Polish composer Wladyslaw Szpilman go under the hammer in Warsaw next week.
Aged 18, Indian celebrity Priyanka Chopra was crowned Miss World in the 2000 pageant. It was to mark the start of a glittering career which has since seen her act, sing, write and mentor young performers.
The arrival of president Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir in 1989 brought Sudan's film industry to a crashing halt. Cinema doors were closed for thirty years and filmmakers went underground.
With an unusual alternative to indoor movie theatres in the time of COVID-19, Paris Plages has this year opened with an open-air cinema set on the banks of the River Seine.
The two members of 'Bollywood's first family' were admitted to hospital in Mumbai as coronavirus cases soar in India.
Actors and the crew must now wear masks and disinfect regularly as they resume filming on 'Vampus Horror Tales'.
But, as the curtain comes down on indoor cinema - in the short-term at least - some are moving outdoors.
Harvey Weinstein given 23-year jail term for rape and sexual assault
Bong Joon-ho arrived at the star-studded Governors Ball with six trophies, including best director and best international feature.
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.
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.
Film director Roman Polanski received 12 Cesar nominations on Wednesday for ‘An Officer and a Spy’ despite facing fresh rape allegations.