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15:54, 23 DEC 2015
Christmas 2015 TV film guide: Our handy guide to what to watch during Christmas week
Find out when the classic Christmas films such as Elf, Home Alone, Muppets Christmas Carol, Happy Feet and more are on
Court told that dad 'shook five-week-old son to death'
A Hayes man shook his crying five-week-old son so violently that the baby died of massive brain injuries, a court has heard.
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.
Tom Hooper, Oscar-winning director of The King’s Speech, dreamed a dream of immortalising Claude-Michel Schoenberg and Alain Boublil’s powerhouse musical without the conventional safety net of lip-synching.
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.
Batman Osterley home's 50 years on screen
A STATELY home which has doubled as such famous buildings as Buckingham Palace and the sanctuary of the legendary caped-crusader is celebrating 50 years of big and small screen stardom.
A brutal, violent and satisfying end to Batman trilogy
Director Christopher Nolan completes his dark and brooding trilogy in grandiose fashion, delivering not only the longest film but also the most brutal, violent and satisfying.
Is Batman coming to Osterley House?
OSTERLEY House could double as Wayne Manor for the new Batman film, according to rumours circulating online.
Ford and Keaton show their young peers how it is done in this hilarious comedy, writes DAMON SMITH
Covent Garden premiere for Willesden man with 'reel' vision
A short movie about discrimination made by an aspiring Willesden film-maker has been treated to a glitzy premiere at a top West End cinema.