Olivia Cooke, star of new British crime comedy 'Pixie', and director Barnaby open up to Yahoo about the lack of arts support from the UK government during the pandemic in our exclusive interview.
It might be a little early for Christmas, but it's fair to say 2020 has been rather short of cheer.
The 'Wonder Woman 1984' director has warned there might not be cinemas left to show movies if governments don't step in.
There is no denying that this industry, along with countless others, is in trouble but we are determined to help support it where we can.
Christopher Nolan's latest is causing some fans to shell out a lot of money to see it on the big screen.
It’s all thanks to a new 4K 3D restoration of Chris Columbus’s 2001 film which has just been released in China.
Boris Johnson has announced that face coverings will be legally required in cinemas in England from 8 August.
"It’s that perverse human thing, it’s like a self-protection thing," Crowe tells Yahoo.
The film, set during World War II, tells the story of Alice, an independent folklore investigator (Gemma Arterton) whose life is turned upside down when she has to take in an evacuee.