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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The Downton Abbey cast at Alnwick Castle.

Mystery of the Downton movie script that just ‘disappeared’

DOWNTON Abbey star Jeremy Swift says that filming for a movie version of the TV series should be happening this year, and that the cast had been sent a script that has since “disappeared”.

Sir Patrick Stewart at the Empire awards. Picture: Matt Crossick/PA Wire

Yorkshire actor Sir Patrick Stewart recognised as legend at Empire awards

Sir Patrick Stewart has said that seeing Huddersfield Town reach the Premier League is all he needs to make his year perfect after receiving the Empire legend award.

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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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The Downton Abbey cast at Alnwick Castle.

Before Downton: TV shows that flopped on the big screen

IT HAS been in the works since even before the last shot went into the can for its TV finale. Last night it looked as if they were ready to finally reload the cameras.

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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.

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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York author Nuala Ellwood. CREDIT Justine Stoddart.

Meet the Yorkshire author whose debut thriller could be bigger than The Girl on the Train

She’s been tipped as one of the new faces of British fiction. Julian Cole meets York author Nuala Ellwood.

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.


Contentedness of the long-distance film star: Sir Tom Courtenay turns 80

HE BECAME a star by playing a rebellious, flat-footed teenager in poverty-stricken Nottingham, in the 1962 film version of Alan Sillitoe’s The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner. It was a journey that had taken him just 64 miles.


Stars play their Trump cards in Oscars protests - plus Yorkshire’s biggest winners

IN a climate of fear and unease not seen since the McCarthy witch-hunts, and with the makers of at least one nominated film threatening a boycott, Sunday night’s Oscars look like turning into open season on Donald Trump.

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Revelation: Sir Ian McKellen with Sir Patrick Stewart on The Graham Norton Show. Picture: PA

I told Patrick Stewart not to do Star Trek, says McKellen

SIR IAN McKellen has admitted trying to discourage Sir Patrick Stewart from appearing in Star Trek because he was a “serious actor”.

STAR POWER: Naomie Harris as Paula in Moonlight.

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Naomie Harris is making waves as a drug addict mother in the moving drama Moonlight. She spoke to Gemma Dunn.

PREDICTABLE: A haunted house thriller which lacks suspense. Picture: PA Photo/Warner Bros/Ron Batzdorff.

Review: Within (15)


BAD SPA DAY: A Cure For Wellness is out now

Review: A Cure For Wellness (18)

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RETURN: Keanu Reeves as John Wick. . Picture credit should read: PA Photo/David Lee/Warner Bros. WARNING: This picture must only be used to accompany PA Feature FILM Reviews.

Review: John Wick: Chapter 2 (15)

On general release.

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