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As a replica of the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas’s famous hut goes on tour, Fiona Macdonald picks out five literary cabins in which famous works were penned.

A Baghdad-based photographer – and former shepherd – reveals the realities of living in Iraq in a series of cheeky yet poignant portraits.

While the film – the first part of which opens in the US on Friday – has been banned in Turkey, its stars do not agree that it’s pornography. Tom Brook reports.

Jodorowsky’s Dune depicts how the sci-fi novel’s first film adaptation fell apart. Christian Blauvelt picks other unrealised movies that are equally fascinating

Sweden and Denmark have a long tradition of risqué filmmaking. But what effect did these movies have on the rest of the world? Nicholas Barber looks back.

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