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By Ian Burrell INTERVIEW ALAN YENTOB Alan Yentob, the creative director of the BBC, sips champagne with superstars like Jay-Z and hangs out with rock heroes like The Edge - but he is a serious documentary maker and knows the BBC must take risks to prosper.
A FILM which features a sadistic game of hide and seek played through the course of a night in Edinburgh will be premiered at The Times BFI London Film Festival.
By Donna Freydkin TORONTO -- For someone constantly scrutinized for her slender frame, Keira Knightley knows how to stuff her face. "I have food! That's so good!" crows Knightley, surveying the spread before her.
One of the stars of popularTV show Goodness Gracious Me and the hit film Bend it Like Beckham is to com pere this year's Institute of Asian Businesses'21st anniversary dinner. Comedian Kulvinder Ghir will host the event at the ICC in Birmingham on November 15 .
ACTOR and comedian Kulvinder Ghir, star of popular TV show Goodness Gracious Me and the hit film Bend it Like Beckham, is to compere the Institute of Asian Businesses' 21st anniversary dinner in Birmingham.
By ZOE DOMINIC Cooper looked almost as skinny as his co-star Keira Knightley when the pair walked down the red carpet for the premiere of their new movie The Duchess on Wednesday night.
By Esther Walker The Profile Keira Knightley The star of 'The Duchess' has reached the point in her short, head-turning career when she risks becoming more famous for being famous than for her work.
KEIRA Knightley looked every inch an aristo last night for the premiere of her new film The Duchess. She wore a blue taffeta dress on the red carpet in Leceister Square. She revealed she got the giggles in sex scenes with Dominic Cooper after he covered his modesty.
THE Peak District and Derbyshire has launched a new Movie Map, aimed at movie fans who want to get closer to both the making and the real-life story of Keira Knightley's new film The Duchess.
CONTROVERSIAL director Nicolas Roeg is to introduce his latest film at the Tyneside Cinema this weekend. Roeg, who turned 80 in August, is regarded as one of Britain's most adventurous film-makers.
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