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Yorkshire TV stars discover Egyptian Queen Nefertari's mummified legs

These 3,000 year old mummified legs are believed to be those of Egyptian Queen Nefertari, identified by Yorkshire's own world renowned experts and TV stars Professor Joann Fletcher and  partner Dr Stephen Buckley.

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Teyonah Parris in Chi-Raq, from director Spike Lee

Cinema: Celluloid gems and classics to come

The new film from Belgium’s venerable filmmaking sibling duo, the Dardenne Brothers, Unknown Girl once again poses a moral question to the viewer and the characters on screen.

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Tiswas among TV shows to be digitally saved

Basil Brush and Tiswas to be ‘saved’ for the nation

Thousands of classic TV shows are to be archived digitally before they are lost forever.
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Cinema: Story of resilience against the odds

Cinema: Story of resilience against the odds

From acclaimed British director Amma Asante, A United Kingdom opens this Friday, and in the current political climate of division and intolerance this story of two people fighting their states for acceptance and respect of their cultures seems very appropriate.

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South Yorkshire college dance and theatre students kick off Britain’s Got Talent auditions

A Barnsley College dance group will be the first to audition in front of talent scouts for the next series of Britain’s Got Talent airing in 2017.

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Voices Appeared, a 1928 silent film about Joan of Arc

Enthralling mix of film and music on stage in Sheffield

A silent film about Joan of Arc with a live sung soundtrack is being performed at Firth Hall in Sheffield tomorrow, Tuesday (November 22).

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Joe Duttine in The National Facility for the Regulation of Regret, short film by Rachel Genn

Regretful behaviour

The latest manifestation of the National Facility for the Regulation of Regret, created by Sheffield writer Rachel Genn, is a film selected for the recent Aesthetica Short Film Festival in York.

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Birthday boy Martin Scorsese - which is your fave film of his?

What's your favorite film by birthday boy Martin Scorsese?

Today's 74th birthday of one of our age's most influential film directors, screenwriters and producers is reason enough to consider his best big screen successes.

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Telegraph Cinema: Ticket giveaway as film tour arrives in Sheffield

Continuing our exploration of Polish history from last week’s The Innocents, United States of Love explores a more recent period.

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Cowboy King: Elvis Presley's Love Me Tender movie debut

BACK IN TIME: Rock 'n' roll idol Elvis Presley becomes silver screen icon

Sixty years ago this week the world witnessed The King's first foray into film.
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Arrival

Cinema with Matt Adcock

Out of this world.. Arrival, 12a, 118 mins, Dir. Denis Villeneuve

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Cinema: Gripping glimpse of Polish history

When Paweł Pawlikowski’s Ida was released in 2014, its wintry post-war story of identity, secrets and history proved popular with Sheffield audiences and made waves all around Europe and beyond.

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Carol Vordermna in this year's line-up for I'm a Celebrity

I'm a Celebrity... line up announced

All bets are off as we can now reveal the full lineup for I’m a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! 2016 which includes TV star Carol Vorderman, Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt and Emmerdale’s Adam Thomas.

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King of Cool: Late great Steve McQueen

ON THIS DAY: Movie world mourns King of Cool

36 years ago today the world lost the leading man widely acknowledged as silver screen's King of Cool.
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Christmas with Andr

André Rieu announces seasonal cinema event - Christmas with André

Following on from the success of his 2016 Maastricht Concert in cinemas earlier this year that took more than £1.4 million at the UK box office in one weekend, and becoming the highest grossing music concert of all time, ‘The King of Waltz’ André Rieu has announced a very special Christmas with André cinema event.

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University Challenge

WATCH: Ten oldest TV shows still on air

This week, as we celebrate 80 years of television, we take a look at oldest programmes still on the air. So whether you're a fan of Panorama, Top of the Pops, or Coronation Street - there'll be something in our list to suit you. Which is your favourite?
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The Crown

Netflix: the best new TV and movies in November

November sees a number of intriguing new series hit Netflix UK, as well as the return of two beloved Gilmore Girls.

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Ewan McGregor and Ewan Bremner filming in Edinburgh. Picture: Jane Barlow

WARNING EXPLICIT CONTENT: Official Trainspotting trailer released ...

The first official trailer for the long-awaited sequel to the cult film Trainspotting, containing scenes of nudity and drug use, has been released.

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Operator stars Kate Dickie (pictured) and the voice of Vicky McClure

10 incredible short films you can watch online for free

​It’s common knowledge in the movie industry that short films don’t make money. But while the full-length feature might be the format that directors aspire to make, shorts can still reach cinematic standards – and often launch the careers of their creators.
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Carol White as Cathy in Cathy Come Home. The film features in a list of all-time television greats

Cinema Column; How film can transform society

Welcome to the Telegraph’s new film column. Each week, I will be discussing Sheffield film highlights, from upcoming releases to festivals and industry news.

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