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Film review: Their Finest (4 out of 5)

It’s always good to see a movie that has a real feel for the period, not only with props etc but the attitudes and general way of life.

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COUNTY NEWS: Traders answer DIY SOS for Sussex family

Hit TV show DIY SOS has been ‘absolutely inundated’ with offers from trades people across Sussex to help transform a family’s home.

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Swiss Army Man

DVD review: Swiss Army Man (4 out of 5)

Confession time. I’m not a great fan of Daniel Radcliffe.

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Anne Heche and Sandra Oh on Catfight

DVD review: Catfight (4 out of 5)

Perhaps one of the best aspects of this very dark comedy is that women are central to the movie.

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The Lost City of Z

FILM REVIEW: The Lost City of Z (3 out of 5)

If you come to this film thinking it’s going to be all action and Indiana Jones-type excitement you’ll be in for a surprise.

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Rosencrantz and Gildenstern Are Dead - NT Live SUS-171104-153114001

The best of British theatre brought right to our door

Billie Piper won an Olivier Award for Best Actress for Yerma just as the De La Warr Pavilion announced that local audiences will be able to see her performance in a live broadcast on Thursday September 14.

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Shaun the Sheep: Spoilsport

DVD review: Shaun the Sheep: Spoilsport (4 out of 5)

For fans of Shaun the Sheep this compilation of ten stories from series 5 will be very welcome news.

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Realm of the Damned

DVD review: Realm of the Dead (3 out of 5)

The amount of comic book characters that have been portrayed by actors on screen has grown enormously in recent years.

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Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo

DVD review: Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo (5 out of 5)

There have been plenty of documentaries and films about the 1960s and 70s American Apollo space programme.

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Another Mother's Son

FILM REVIEW: Another Mother’s Son (3 out of 5)

The Channel Islands were the only British territories to be occupied by the Germans in the Second World War.

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The horror of the Somme on film and set to music

The First World War is coming to St Mary in the Castle in Hastings.

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Amanda Worne says she's over the moon to be chosen by TV show DIY SOS

COUNTY NEWS: DIY SOS to transform disabled mum’s cramped home

A woman left paralysed by an horrific accident is to have her home transformed on hit TV show DIY SOS.

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Win a copy of TV thriller SS-GB!

We’ve got three DVD copies of the BBC One Sunday-night thriller, SS-GB, up for grabs.

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Operation Avalanche

DVD review: Operation Avalanche (4 out of 5)

One of the biggest conspiracy theories down the years has been that we never actually got to the Moon - it was all a big show put on so the USA could beat the Russians in the space race.

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Filming history of darkest hours

The 1916 film The Battle of the Somme is a compelling record of one of the key battles of WW1 and the first feature-length documentary about combat.

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Films to look out for

14 films to look forward to in 2017

From thrillers to comedies and superheroes, we have already been treated to some big releases this year.

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Beauty and the Beast

Film review: Beauty and the Beast (4 out of 5)

It seemed a strange idea of Disney’s to rummage through their treasured and much-loved back catalogue of animations and turn them in real-life versions.

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Pet

DVD review: Pet (3 out of 5)

Seth is a lonely man who works in an animal shelter, living a regimented boring life that has little going for it.

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Free drive-in movie night at Hastings supermarket

A Hastings supermarket is offering people the chance to watch a film from their car for free in an American-style drive-in movie night.

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Viceroy's House

Film review: Viceroy’s House (4 out of 5)

Britain’s link with India lasted 300 years and ended in hundreds of thousands of deaths of men, women and children as long simmering resentment surfaced among rival factions.

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