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Movie Review: T.S. Spivet (12A)
If you enjoy going to the cinema to see wonderful cinematography and inventive quirkiness, then T. S. Spivet is your man.
Movie Review: Devil's Knot (15)
A mother looks out of the window as her son goes out on his bike to play with two fellow eight-year-olds.
Movie Review: Fruitvale Station (15)
This low budget drama has a profound emotional impact by keeping things simple.
Movie Review: Grace Of Monaco (PG)
Nicole Kidman plays Grace Kelly, the Philadelphia-born actress who starred in Dial M For Murder and Rear Window for Alfred Hitchcock and won the 1955 best actress Oscar for The Country Girl.
Movie Review: 22 Jump Street (15)
Directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller are reuniting with Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill for a sequel to 21 Jump Street (2012).
Movie Review: Maleficent 3D (PG)
Maleficent is a new take on the Brothers Grimm story of Sleeping Beauty, with the bad fairy centre stage.
Movie Review: The Edge Of Tomorrow (12A)
It's a a twist-and-turn thriller that keeps returning to ‘Go’ - but don't bother with the 3D
Movie review: A Million Ways To Die In The West (12A)
Irreverent Western that throws every rude gag imaginable at the revered John Ford and Sergio Leone era
Movie review: Blended (12A)
New Yorker is on top form in old-fashioned romantic comedy
Movie review: Postman Pat (U)
British classic let down by contrived Simon Cowell-inspired storyline
Movie review: X Men - Days Of Future Past (12A)
Action-packed instalment shows X Men franchise is in no danger of running out of steam
Movie review: In Secret (15)
Elizabeth Olsen turns in a good performance but the French atmosphere is sadly lacking
Movie review: Godzilla (12A)
New monster movie from Nuneaton-born director stomps all over the opposition
Movie review: The Two Faces Of January (12A)
It tries to feel like an old-fashioned thriller - but melodramatic score shatters attempts to create suspense
University of Warwick
Hollywood is as good at espionage as the CIA
Retired CIA officer Tony Mendez, who was portrayed in Oscar-winning thriller Argo, talks to Catherine Vonledebur about being a real-life James Bond
Justin Edgar: Birmingham has become my film set and I love it
Filmmaker Justin Edgar talks to Graham Young about turning back the clock 20 years on the streets of Birmingham.
Locke director Steven Knight shares his vision for a more creative Birmingham
Tom Hardy – “the best young actor Britain has got” – is the star of his new film, Locke, about a man undergoing a personal and professional crisis while driving from Birmingham to London
Vote for your favourite movie to watch outdoors at this year's Brindleyplace Film Festival
Last year’s festival attracted more than 12,000 visitors, making it Brindleyplace’s most successful event to date
Birmingham Symphony Hall
Live version of Hitchcock film Psycho should be a scream
The classic Hitchcock horror Psycho is to be screened in Birmingham with a live orchestra, writes Christopher Morley
Movie review: Muppets Most Wanted (U)
This film takes the entire Muppets gang on a global tour, selling out grand theaters in some of Europe's most exciting destinations, including Berlin, Madrid and London.
Movie review: Captain America - The Winter Soldier (12A)
After the cataclysmic events in New York with The Avengers, Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, living quietly in Washington, D.C. and trying to adjust to the modern world. But when a S.H.I.E.L.D. colleague comes under attack, Steve becomes embroiled in a web of intrigue that threatens to putthe world at risk.
Movie review: 20 Feet From Stardom (12A)
The untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century.
Movie review: Svengali (15)
This film tells the story of Dixie, a postman from South Wales, and a music fanatic. All his life he's dreamed of discovering a great band and then one day, trawling through YouTube, he finds them.
Movie review: Yves Saint Laurent (15)
Paris, 1957. 21 year old Yves is catapulted to international stardom as the successor to Christian Dior who has recently died
Chef Richard Turner back in the kitchen at Maribel
Richard Turner is back in the kitchen with the launch of Maribel, the latest addition to Birmingham’s thriving culinary scene
Birmingham Town Hall
The Birmingham choir that's not very vocal about its many triumphs!
Founded in the 1880s, Birmingham Choral Union is still going strong. Christopher Morley finds them in fine voices ahead a concert at St Paul’s in the Jewellery Quarter
Marks & Spencer
M&S confirms Walsall store closure date
High street retailer says it will shut up shop at The Saddlers Centre in August as part of wider reduction in portfolio of stores
Armonico Consort going supersize for its surround sound shows
Warwickshire’s Armonico Consort are taking on two massive polychoral works from the 16th century. Christopher Morley talks to its artistic director
Concert hall's winning friends in high places
As the Opening Festival of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire continues apace, Christopher Morley talks to its principal, Julian Lloyd Webber
This is how many stalls at Birmingham's Christmas markets failed the hygiene tests
Shocking results as 20 stalls are told to improve - and two were shut temporarily
Toxic platform pollution at New Street Station in Birmingham targeted in £1m project
We revealed earlier this year that people were being poisoned on the platforms
Labour suspends its top official in the West Midlands over anti-Semitism allegations
Labour's West Midlands regional organiser is accused of sharing posts blaming Jews for 'all wars'
Death of the Steel Queen
One of the region's richest and most controversial businesswomen, known as the Midlands Steel Queen, has died.
Birmingham Airport appoints new chief executive
Industry veteran Nick Barton has held senior roles at Luton and Stansted airports
Journalists honoured at the Midlands Media Awards
The Midlands Media Awards were held at Edgbaston Stadium.
Midlands Media Awards 2018
Midlands Media Awards 2018
Wealth of expertise as business booms in city
Succession Wealth financial planners grow city base thanks to thriving finance and professional sectors in Birmingham
Serving our young people in a changing high street
Expert panel joins Tesco roundtable to look at how the retail sector can develop the next generation of workers and tackle the West Midlands skills gap
Jaguar Land Rover
JLR's sales plummet after struggles in China
Luxury car brand says market conditions remain challenging in China due to tariff changes and continued trade tensions with the US