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1 December 2015

Michael picked up the best actor prize for his portrayal of a retired composer in Paolo Sorrentino’s Youth, as well as an honorary award – the latter he referred to as “a bit like a knighthood”. He was emotional as he accepted his trophies at a star-studded night in Berlin.“Well, there’s a surprise,” he said on stage. “It’s been 50 years and I‘ve never won an award in Europe and I’ve won two in one evening! It’s unbelievable.”

At a press conference following the ceremony, he spoke at length about his career, detailing his personal distaste at actors who seek to impart wisdom to younger colleagues.

“I always say to any actor: don’t listen to advice from actors, especially if they’re older than you,” he said. “Because when I was very young, I asked lots of older actors for advice and every single one of them said to me ‘Give it up, you can’t act and you’ve got a rotten accent.’”

5 November 2014

INTERSTELLAR hits the big screen: “Brainy, barmy and beautiful to behold, this is Stephen Hawking’s Star Trek: a mind-bending opera Of space and time with a soul wrapped up in all the science.” - EMPIRE ONLINE

1 August 2014

On 1 October 201 a: The life Of film legend Sir Michael Caine will be celebrated in a special night at the Royal Albert Hall in aid Of the NSPCC.

Presenter and film buff Jonathan Ross will interview the two-time Oscar winner live on stage as we look back On his incredible Career and enduring popularity, with clips on screens above the stage and music from his best-known films being played live by the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Gavin Greenaway.

21 May 2014