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Jim Broadbent: “You learn so much by making films.”

Jim Broadbent hosted this year's LAFTA awards last night. Photo: Luke Botham.

The Engine Shed’s Platform looks fairly normal, considering it’s currently acting as the VIP room of what can only be described as a very unique after party. Stood near the bar with a pint and a plate of sandwiches, Oscar winning actor Jim Broadbent is taking a well-earned rest after hosting Lincoln’s annual LAFTA awards.

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Are film versions better than the books?

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is the latest book to be turned into a film. Photo: Sony Pictures

The latest in a long line of books to be converted in films is The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, but is the film version better or should it have stayed as books? Helen Underwood investigates.

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Eight out of tent for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

The Harry Potter trio will be returning to screens this week. Photo: Warner Brothers

The latest Harry Potter instalment has been released, but is it worth the hype and wait? Samantha Viner reviews the film.

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Harry Potter: A magical journey

The Harry Potter trio will be returning to screens this week. Photo: Warner Brothers

The penultimate instalment of the Harry Potter franchise is hitting the cinema screens this Friday. Catch up with what has happened so far.

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