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Maxine Peake warns ‘distressing’ class divide could lead to new Peterloo...

She was speaking at Home in Manchester at the premiere of Mike Leigh's film Peterloo about the 1819 massacre and said: "We're not a million miles away from it happening again in this country, we've got to be very, very vigilant."

The anger at Harvey Weinstein has been turned into something positive,...

Speaking at the opening of the event following one of Hollywood's most turbulent years, Tricia Tuttle said redressing gender imbalance in the film industry had been "a long time in the making"

WWI in colour: Footage restored by director Peter Jackson

The man behind the Lord of the Rings trilogy has also sharpened some of the footage and slowed down the jitters that accompanied early, hand-cranked cameras

Danny Boyle calls for beaches tribute for Armistice centenary

The filmmaker told Sky News that across the country, vast portraits of people who were affected by the First World War will be drawn on the sands in commemoration on 11 November

Director Damien Chazelle ‘surprised’ at Donald Trump’s criticism of Neil Armstrong...

The movie is a biopic about astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, with Ryan Gosling starring in the lead role

NHS sued over transgender fertility treatment

The Equality and Human Rights Commission insists transgender patients - who are often left infertile by gender reassignment treatment - have the right to freeze their sperm or eggs to enable them the option to start a family later in life

New Order singer Bernard Sumner: ‘Children abandoned over mental health’

As the band showcases a new Sky Arts documentary about their work, called Decades, the musician said nearly four decades on from the suicide of Joy Division singer Ian Curtis that mental health provisions for young people haven't moved on

BBC ‘overdid it’ with Sir Cliff coverage, director-general admits

Lord Hall faced questions from MPs on equal pay, mistakes made by BBC News in the case of Sir Cliff Richard and delivering good value for money for licence fee payers at a select committee hearing

High hopes as Crazy Rich Asians prepares to hit UK cinemas

The film has proved polarising among the community it is supposed to represent

Line 18: Gender debate sparks bitter divide among trans and feminist...

At one protest in Newcastle, the frustration was palpable. Protesters, who chanted "transphobia has got to go", were upset about a meeting of feminists taking place to discuss their concerns about the reforms to the law