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High-wire artist Kane Petersen successfully walks a tightrope 300 metres above the ground at Eureka Skydeck in Melbourne, Australia. The walk was the highest tightrope walk ever attempted in the Southern Hemisphere. The stunt is to mark the arrival of the film ‘The Walk’ to Australian cinemas in October. The stunt saw Kane mimic the film’s French high-wire artist Philippe Petit, who successfully walked between the twin towers of the World Trade Center in 1974.
An explosion goes off as Chinese actors playing Japanese soldiers are filmed in a battle scene during filming of the series “The Last Noble,” set during the second Sino-Japanese War.
Director Emmanuelle Bercot poses during a photocall for the film “La tete haute” out of competition before the opening of the 68th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France on Wednesday
Event employee Charlotte Martin positions place sticks for guests during preparations for this Sunday’s British Academy of Film and Television Awards (Bafta) at the Royal Opera House in central London on Wednesday
A cinemagoer watches Bollywood movie Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (The Big Hearted Will Take the Bride), inside the Maratha Mandir theatre in Mumbai. The film, released in October 1995, has set a record for 1,000 weeks of continuous screening at a cinema, a feat unmatched by any other Bollywood movies
Fans of the band One Direction display messages for member Harry Styles, ahead of the UK premiere of their film One Direction: This Is Us, at a central London cinema on Tuesday
Stephen Bogart, left, son of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, chats with movie critic Leonard Maltin while riding the 100-year-old African Queen, Friday in Key Largo, Florida. The two men are participating in the inaugural Humphrey Bogart Film Festival that continues through Sunday, May 5th, and features Bogart film screenings, a memorabilia exhibit and a Casablana-themed Bogart ball.