VIDEO: Welcome To Yorkshire tourism film is new star of the big screen - watch it here first

Yorkshire is the latest star of the big screen in a new tourism film which will be shown in cinemas.
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Charlie Hunnam as Colonel Percy Fawcett.  PIC: PA

Film review: The Lost City Of Z

A sprawling true story of discovery at the turn of the 20th century informs writer-director James Gray’s ambitious journey into the heart of darkness.

Collectarma at Doncaster Dome on Sunday, March 26.

PREVIEW: Collectarama TV, film, video game and toy fair to launch in Yorkshire

Thousands of television, film, retro video game and toy fans are expected at a new collector event in Yorkshire.
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A Wee Day Out on show as part of the Young Adventurers Films at ShAFF 2017. Photo: Dave Mackison.

PREVIEW: Sheffield Adventure Film Festival returns with jaw-dropping programme at Showroom Cinema

Extreme sports, adventure and travel will be celebrated with three days of jaw-dropping films from around the world this weekend at the annual Sheffield Adventure Film Festival.
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Mahershala Ali and Alex Hibbert in a scene from Moonlight.

Oscar winning movie to open Leeds Queer Film Festival

Leeds Queer Film Festival is back later this month with more than 50 films from around the globe.

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Tom Hiddleston stars in Kong: Skull Island.

Cinema: Tom’s creature feature is much more than just a monster movie

Tom Hiddleston is proving difficult to pin down. He’s just been asked whether he believes creatures such as the Loch Ness Monster really exist.
ROAD TRIP: Joan Collins and Pauline Collins hit the road. PICTURE: PA Photo/Organic Publicity.

Film review: The Time of Their Lives (12A)

Writer-director Roger Goldby’s gently effervescent road movie reimagines Thelma & Louise 30 years later with dodgy hips and nagging regrets.

DISTURBING: Isabelle Huppert in Paul Verhoeven's Elle.

Film review: Elle (18)

Elle starts as it means to go on: unpredictably. We see Isabelle Huppert being attacked and raped by a man in a ski mask. It’s brutal and relentless, the camera observing the crime as matter-of-factly as her pet cat watching from the sidelines.

Hugh Bonneville and Gillian Anderson, two of the stars of upcoming film Viceroy's House

Bend It Like Beckham director in Bradford to talk about Indian partition - and the power of storytelling in helping us view and review British history

From Bradford to Leeds, Dewsbury to Halifax, and Huddersfield to Keighley, the contribution of the South Asian diaspora to the fabric of Yorkshire has been immense - and that’s not just because of the community’s vital role in propping up the mill industry in a broken post-war Britain.

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Vinnie Jones appears in the new Leeds Utd film

Rag ‘N’ Bone Man and new Leeds United movie to headline city’s first International Festival

THE WRAPS came off the first Leeds International Festival today - with a music-up line up including the Pigeon Detectives and singer-songwriter Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, and a new film about Leeds United.


Ooh, La La! Oscars Chaos as wrong film is announced as Best Picture

THEY WERE the Oscars that weren’t all right on the night. The pollsters had got it as spectacularly wrong as they had on November 8, but in an evening full of surprises, the best one had been saved for last.

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Mahershala Ali with the award for Best Supporting Actor, Emma Stone with the award for Best Actress, Viola Davis with the award for Best Supporting Actress and Casey Affleck with the award for Best Actor in the press room at the 89th Academy Awards.

Oscars winners: Did your favourite movie pick up an award?

Moonlight beat La La Land to claim the coveted best picture Oscar, following a mix-up which saw Damien Chazelle's musical erroneously announced as the winner.

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Film review: Patriots Day (15)

Director Peter Berg and leading man Mark Wahlberg previously collaborated on the testosterone-fuelled action thrillers Lone Survivor and Deepwater Horizon.

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John Wick 2: Keanu Reeves says he may be back for a third instalment

Keanu Reeves is back as troubled assassin John Wick - he tells Susan Griffin why he may be back for number three


Fashion: Gown and out in La La Land for the Oscars 2017

The Oscars – the greatest catwalk show on earth – take place tonight. Who is going to stand out for all the right reasons? Stephanie Smith previews the event by selecting the statement red carpet looks of the year so far.

Taraji P. Henson as Katherine Goble Johnson and Kevin Costner as Al Harrison. PIC: PA

Film review: Hidden Figures (PG)

BASed on an inspirational true story, Hidden Figures is a crowd-pleasing drama, which celebrates three brilliant African-American women, who lit the touch paper on NASA’s 1960s space race.

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The Founder: Michael Keaton tells the story of the man who turned McDonald’s into a global brand

Sinking your teeth into a stack of hamburgers - and getting paid to do it - sounds like a pretty sweet deal, but a few takes into a scene for his new film, and Michael Keaton had definitely had his fill.

My Life as a Courgette.

The kids are alright as a feast of film hits big screen in Leeds

Children in Leeds will have the perfect opportunity to swap the small screen for the big screen at Easter when the opening credits roll on the Leeds Young Film Festival.

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Review: The Lego Batman Movie (U)

The 2014 computer-animated comedy The LEGO Movie cleverly brought together DC Comics superheroes in a world of coloured building bricks. Humour was pitched perfectly between the young and the young-at-heart, and a knowing script mined humour from the physical limitations of LEGO without dinting the brand’s enduring appeal.


Film review: The Lego Batman Movie

Everything was awesome with the 2014 computer-animated comedy The LEGO Movie, which cleverly brought together DC Comics superheroes in a world of coloured building bricks.

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