Director and playwright Jessica Swale has said it is a “privilege” to release one of the first new films since cinemas reopened and encouraged people who are visiting pubs to also return to the big screen.
Amma Asante, Carey Mulligan and Gemma Arterton are among those working with the UK branch of Time’s Up to draw attention to the work of women and creatives from diverse backgrounds that they feel should have been recognised by Bafta.
Premieres of a film starring Eva Green as an astronaut and an adaptation of Caitlin Moran’s How To Build A Girl will open and close the Glasgow Film Festival.
Actress Gemma Arterton said she feels more empowered to speak up on set now she is not “just the young girl turning up”.
Since he emerged from the sea in a pair of trunks in Casino Royale, Daniel Craig has continued to reinvent the character of James Bond.
Red Nose Day returns to BBC One with skits and celebrities for an evening of charity fundraising.
Carey Mulligan and Gemma Arterton will star in a one-off Mamma Mia! spoof penned by Jennifer Saunders for Red Nose Day.
Female stars are reaffirming their pledge to tackle sexual harassment and discrimination which they say “plagues” the UK film industry.
Viewers were left unimpressed by the animation in the BBC’s adaption of Watership Down, with many comparing it to a bad video game.
James McAvoy has said he became so light-headed he almost passed out making rabbit noises for the upcoming adaptation of Watership Down.
The cast of Watership Down have shared the terror they felt as they watched the film’s original animated version as children.
A Bafta boss has said there should be a diversity “revolution” in the film industry.
Gemma Arterton has said it can be tough watching herself in sex scenes.
Gemma Arterton is playing Marilyn Monroe in a retelling of the Hollywood star’s rumoured struggle on the set of Some Like It Hot.