Creative visual works could be under threat after actor with five-second role blocks online distribution of film
The Iron Man director returns to indie film-making with a good-natured comedy about a cook who rediscovers his creativity in the back of a street food truck, writes Henry Barnes
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The famous credits gag is given a whimsical French tinge by Triplets of Belleville director Chomet, following another recent version by Guillermo Del Toro
Picture is forwarded over 2m times on Twitter, highlighting a phenomenon becoming increasingly popular in Britain
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Academy backs Andrew Garfield statement over pulling from awards show of skit to honour California five-year-old Miles Scott, writes Ben Child
The director's new film is an elegy for pit workers, while up in the north-east the theme of this year's AV is 'extraction'. Together they explore the legacy of a hammer blow to workers' power, writes Sukhdev Sandhu