Sunday Dec 1
Public Voting Now Open For The Jameson Empire Awards 2014
Movie enthusiasts around the world will have the chance to start voting for their favourite films and performances of the year when the ballot opens for the Jameson Empire Awards 2014 .
TV review: Legacy, BBC Two
The BBC's Cold War season has been uncomfortable -were we really that paranoid, that fearful; were we really so ungrateful for being on the right side? The BBC's Cold War season has been uncomfortable -were we really that paranoid, that fearful; were we really so ungrateful for being on the right side? - but also wonderful and inspiring, largely ... (more)
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Voting now open for Jameson Empire Awards
From today, Thursday November 28, movie enthusiasts will have the chance to start voting for their favourite films and performances of the year when the ballot opens for the Jameson Empire Awards 2014.
Kathy Burke: I don't like having to put the slap on
'I mean, friggin' 'ell, we never knew who it was, it was over a century ago, but we all love Jack The Ripper, 'cause he murdered a bunch of women!' We're at London's Tricycle Theatre, where Burke is directing Mary J O'Malley's 1977 comedy Once A Catholic.
Smiley's safe house: Tucked away in West London and VERY hard to...
With its bright red front door and light and airy interior, this particular West London terrace townhouse is probably the last place you would expect a shady spy to live.
TV Review: Sacha Baron Cohen punks Britannia Awards
Six prizes were handed out at the BAFTA LA Jaguar Britannia Awards last night, and luckily only one resulted in death.
Konstantin Khabensky's 'Geographer' wins Cottbus Fest main prize
PanARMENIAN.Net - Russian films scooped the two major prizes late Saturday, November 9 at the awards ceremony of the 23rd edition of the Film Festival Cottbus, Europe's leading spotlight on Eastern European movies, The Hollywood Reporter said.
Everyone's British for a Night at BAFTA-LA's Britannia Awards, Even George Clooney
The group honored the "Gravity" actor -- as well as Kathryn Bigelow, Sacha Baron Cohen, Benedict Cumberbatch, Idris Elba, and Ben Kingsley -- at its 22nd annual ceremony, where a hilarious stunt by Cohen stole the show.