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VIDEO: Remembering Peter Vaughan - man of many roles

Veteran actor and Mannings Heath resident Peter Vaughan, who died yesterday aged 93, may well have made an impact with his role in Game of Thrones.

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Horley filmmaker brings British myths and magic to DVD

A writer and director from Horley is ready to release an enchanting new feature film.

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Sussex chef fights for his future on TV cooking show

A Brighton chef has cooked his way through the quarterfinals of Masterchef and into the knockout round of the BBC show.

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Allied

Film review: Allied (3 out of 5)

The second world war has been a never-ending source of stories for movies down the years.

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Film review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (5 out of 5)

It’s always interesting to be at the birth of a franchise.

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Film review: The Girl On The Train (4 out of 5)

There’s always the inherent danger of transforming a popular novel on to the big screen. It will be under intense scrutiny and compared to the source material.

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A Street Cat Named Bob

REVIEW: A Street Cat Named Bob, (12a), (103 mins), Chichester Cineworld

Purrfect. Absolutely purrfect – the kind of film you never want to end, the kind of film that makes you want to hide at the back of the cinema and straightaway watch it all over again.

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Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender in The Light Between Oceans SUS-160511-093616001

Film review: The Light Between Oceans (3 out of 5)

There are many reasons for going to see a movie - you enjoy the franchise, you liked the book it was based on, the trailer seemed good etc.

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University Challenge

The 10 oldest TV shows still on the air

This week, as we celebrate 80 years of television, we take a look at the oldest programmes still on the air.

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A scene from 'One Million Years B.C.'

DVD review: One Million Years B.C. (3 out of 5)

As a young boy, my parents often took me to the cinema (it was cheaper and easier than organising a babysitter).

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Riz Ahmed and John Turturro in 'The Night Of'

DVD review: The Night Of (5 out of 5)

This box set should come with an explicit warning - ‘watch the first 20 minutes and you’ll be hooked and left with uncontrollable desire to ignore everything else until you have finished the series’.

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Queen of Katwe

Film review: Queen of Katwe (4 out of 5)

The idea of watching a Disney movie about playing people chess doesn’t sound the most appealing idea, however keen a film-goer you might be.

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Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Film review: Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (4 out of 5)

These days you can pretty much guarantee what you’ll get when you see the name Tom Cruise in the cast list of a movie.

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Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Film review: Hunt for the Wilderpeople (5 out of 5)

When we look back at the movies for 2016, the massive blockbusters will probably be foremost in our minds, thanks to all the massive publicity and excitement with their release.

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Piers and Suzanne Gielgud (left) with Lord and Lady Sainsbury at the 2016 Raindance Film Festival, London

Lindfield filmmaker tells story of Britain’s ‘most beautiful dancer’

Lindfield-based Suzanne Gielgud had her feature-length documentary film, The Gospel of Ross McKim, selected for the recent Raindance Film Festival in London.

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Marathon swim

Mariam Saleh Binladen completes assisted Channel swim for Syrian refugees

Mariam Saleh Binladen has become the first person from Saudi Arabia to make a solo assisted crossing of the English Channel, the world’s most celebrated open water swim.

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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

Film review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (4 out of 5)

One thing you can be certain of with a Tim Burton movie and that is the unexpected.

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Bridget Jones's Baby

Film review: Bridget Jones’s Baby (4 out of 5)

There is a train of thought that says there are movies just for women and ones just for men.

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Women On the Verge Of A Nervous breakdown

DVD review: The Almodovar Collection (5 out of 5)

Asked to name our favourite film directors, many of us would plump for the likes of Spielberg, JJ Abrams, Martin Scorsese and Christopher Nolan.

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Ben-Hur

Film review: Ben-Hur (3 out of 5)

It takes some courage to tackle what is widely regarded as one of the all-time classics.

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