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Twitter’s video sharing service has expanded the options to users, letting them upload from the camera roll for the first time.
Although some Americans hail the movie as a timely warning, films as varied as the Hunger Games, Batman and Top Gun show that politics change much more than the movies
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In the wake of the journalist’s death, social media companies begin to take an editorial approach to the content they are hosting. By Hannah Jane Parkinson
Open thread: On-screen texts commenting on the film sent by audience members is being introduced at cinemas in Chinese cities. Is this something you could tolerate?
Greggs’ proactive and humorous response to its logo mishap is a lesson in crisis management all retailers should follow
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We’re asking you to pick the best city film – with the winner to get a special Guardian Cities screening. Alex von Tunzelmann cries tears in rain for Blade Runner
With the likes of Lady Gaga, David Beckham and many others taking on the challenge, no wonder it is a viral hit. But, is it OK for Macmillan Cancer Support to use the social media movement for their own benefit?
The director of Lucy, a science-based action thriller about a woman who gains access to 100% of her cognitive abilities, tells Andrew Pulver how to mix facts and fun to create brainy sci-fi