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Veteran actor says Walt Disney would have been horrified by the content of today's video games and films... [Read More]
The actor Morgan Freeman once observed that there was nothing more complicated about his profession than "learning lines and putting on a costume". Now actors... [Read More]
After 10 years at the Globe, Dominic Dromgoole will direct and produce films, following in the footsteps of Stephen Daldry and Sam Mendes... [Read More]
She has given millions to arts and educational charities. Now Dame Vivien Duffield wants to help Oxford University build a humanities library for the 21st... [Read More]
Lana Turner's acting roles may not have been so far from real life. Darwin Porter says he has evidence which makes her the suspect in... [Read More]
Reconstruction is part of research project aimed at gaining insights into the anonymous poor of the medieval city... [Read More]
Film tells how Bert Trautmann, who played in Cup final with broken neck, overcame Nazi past... [Read More]
Miss Brummell, which hangs in an English Heritage home, is 'too messy' to be the master's work, according to Hugh Belsey... [Read More]
J Tomilson Hill attacks 'false statements' over his rejection of National Gallery's bid for Portrait of a Young Man in a Red Cap... [Read More]
When Patricia Cornwell first named the artist Walter Sickert as Jack the Ripper, she sparked outrage from art historians and Ripperologists. Now the bestselling crime... [Read More]
The actor touches on the haunted frailty of Britain's wartime leader in a new film focusing on the run-up to D-Day... [Read More]
Playwright speaks out in new book against 'distortion' of plays and move away from tradition... [Read More]
Roman British skeleton found buried face down in Northamptonshire has tongue mutilation seemingly unique for the period... [Read More]
Two years ago the acclaimed director of Bugsy Malone swapped his camera for canvas... [Read More]
Barnaby Southcombe tells why he wants to ruffle feathers with his movie... [Read More]
At the British Museum, visitors can meet the man behind the man behind a 9,500-year-old plastered skull, thanks to an extraordinary reconstruction effort. [Read More]
St Katharine Cree church delighted at return of decades-lost work, part of a monument to a famous Elizabethan... [Read More]
Producers of new version of Journey's End want audiences to see human side of conflict... [Read More]
Ten plates used to print maps of the British Empire have been found in scrapyards. One of them, dated 1779, had been bought by a... [Read More]
Il Postino director Michael Radford's film of the life of the famous tenor will explore the relationship between loss of sight and hearing... [Read More]