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16:09, 27 MAY 2014
Best documentary Bafta for University of Westminster lecturers
The Act of Killing directed by Dr Joshua Oppenheimer won at last night's awards
West London-born 12 Years A Slave director was taunted at school for wearing an eye patch
Steve McQueen is one of the most talked about directors of the moment, and James Gates takes a look back at his formative years growing up in West London.
Theatre Review: Miracle on 34th Street has a lot to live up to, but it delivers
Barry Dix reviews the stage adaptation of the 1947 film Miracle on 34th at the Theatre Royal, Windsor
Cannes puts local film maker on road to success
A FILM-maker has followed up a top award at Cannes Film Festival by snapping up an exclusive distribution deal.
Isleworth film maker wins at Cannes
A FILM maker is celebrating winning a top award at Cannes Film Festival followed by snapping up an exclusive distribution deal.
Animal Welfare Column: Kirk is a big dog in a small body!
We’ve had the Oscars, the BAFTAs and now we have what all our canine friends are waiting for – the Dogs Trust Honours Awards.
FA Vase despair for Hanworth Villa after late penalty
A GUTTED Hanworth Villa exited the FA Vase off the back of a penalty, a disputed free-kick and the gift of a second spot kick – and this after they pulled back a two-goal deficit.
Pride in Our People
How to make a Pride in Our People nomination
PRIDE in Our People is the Gazette's 'local Oscars' for people who have worked tirelessly to improve their community.
Flossie's Films: Spielberg's Lincoln epic is film to appreciate if not enjoy
Chronicle film critic Flossie Topping reviews Steven Spielberg's latest epic, Lincoln.
NOTE TO SELF: All together now, 'I Dreamed a Dream....'
I love musicals. There you go, I’ve said it. I’ve always loved them and I’m not embarrassed to admit it.
Flossie's films: Epic Les Mis delivers an emotional hit
At last, Les Mis, the wildly successful stage show seen by over 60 million people comes to the big screen, ready to take the Oscars by storm.
Michael Hoffman’s remake of the 1966 screwball caper about a cat burglar and showgirl who plan an elaborate heist has impeccable credentials.
Argo - Stanger than fiction
Fiction could not be any stranger than the truth in Argo, based on real-life events following the 1979 storming of the US Embassy in Tehran.
Banker blazing the Asian modelling trail
Neeru Bhandari, 26, of Bath Road, Hayes, is busy organising this year’s International Asian Fashion Awards (IAFA), a red-carpet event she co-founded, showcasing and celebrating the work of leading Asian designers.
Based on a true story, Lawless knocks back a drink with three brothers who become kings of their close-knit community by running moonshine across the state line.
Jaw-dropping animation awaits in this Brave new world
Having almost completely stalled their creative engines with Cars 2, Disney Pixar heads for the ancient Scottish highlands in this computer-animated fable of female empowerment.
King's Speech staged at Richmond Theatre
THE highly acclaimed production of The King’s Speech will grace the Richmond Theatre stage before going to the West End for the final leg of its UK tour.
Bollywood with Devansh Patel
TO SAY that Tena Desae is following Freida Pinto’s path to popularity isn’t true.
Council's offer for evicted disabled theatre group
A THEATRE company for adults with learning disabilities which lost funding for a new home last year has secured £300,000 to make the dream a reality.
Wembley ASDA boss 'overwhelmed' by win
A WEMBLEY supermarket boss has picked up a top gong at an industry awards bash.
Stanmore film student scoops academy nomination
A 20-MINUTE drama produced by a Stanmore film graduate has been nominated for a Student Academy Award.
Bollywood: Scoring the background to tale of musical fusion
Devansh Patel talks to the Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross of Bollywood - Midival Punditz's Tapan Raj and Gaurav Raina - about their score for Dum Maaro Dum.
NOTE TO SELF: Taking part is not necessarily more important than winning
Awards season is upon us and the dazzling worlds of music, TV, theatre and film have gone – honours crazy.
Bm@il: Some bakingly painful puns every week
Barbara Fisher looks at issues that affect us all - the issues that get you talking.