The body of James Bond thesp Paul Bhattacharjee, who was reported missing July 10, was found off the cliffs of East Sussex, police said. Bhattacharjee, 53, who appeared in such films as "Casino…
A defiantly unclassifiable cross-genre experiment that simultaneously reinvents and regurgitates low-budget British cinema as it goes.
West End tuners have been in short supply since the triumphant opening of "Matilda the Musical" in November 2011, but the new season offers some serious box office contenders.
A new independent body is being launched in January to replace U.K. regional screen agency Screen East, which went into liquidation in October.
This West End transfer of the first full-length play by Nicholas de Jongh, theater critic for London's Evening Standard, dramatizes -- sort of -- a key period in the early gay rights struggle in…
England's Northwest region has received a hefty $5.4 million (£2.8 million) cash injection over the next two years to boost media skills development in the area.
The Writers' Guild of Great Britain is taking a stand of solidarity with its striking American counterparts.
With Chrissie England in charge, Industrial Light & Magic has its mojo back. Not that ILM was ever entirely in the doldrums.
An ambitious yet apolitical Czech everyman pursues his fortune as his country endures the turbulent middle decades of the last century in the beguiling, bigger-than-life black comedy "I Served the…
Few writer-helmers have stuck more religiously with the advice to film what they know -- using the people they know -- than self-taught Brit filmmaker Shane Meadows. Meadows' "This Is England"…
The late John Osborne's final film script (completed by colleague Charles Wood) proves a shaky craft in which to launch a celebration of Blighty's first great composer, Henry Purcell. Timed to…