Tom Riley and Lizzy Caplan at the The Queen's Club AEGON Championship Finals

Some fantastic photos of Tom Riley with fiancée Lizzy Caplan watching tennis today at The Queen's Club in Kensington, London have been shared on Getty Images. Check out all the images on the Getty website.

Lizzy Caplan and Tom Riley celebrate with Moet Ice Imperial in the Moet & Chandon Suite, whilst watching the action unfold on Centre Court, at the Aegon Championships, Queen's Club, on June 24, 2017 in London, United Kingdom.

The Collection: broadcast details for Korea

The Collection continues its round the world broadcast, and from 24th June will be shown in Korea on the KBS channel. A mini-site for The Collection has been shared by KBS, with more details about episode broadcast dates.

The Collection is currently being shown via DirectTV in most Latin American countries, and in Germany on RTL Passion. German fans can still grab free tickets for The Collection screening and Q&A at the Munich Film Festival on June 27th 2017.

Starfish: 2017 Galway Film Fleadh screening

It has been announced today that Starfish will make its Irish premiere at the 2017 Galway Film Fleadh, which will run from July 11th to 16th. Festival details will apparently be revealed on June 27th. 

UK film 'Starfish' will play at Galway after an impactful small release in the UK. The true story of what happened to Tom and Nic Ray, a couple whose love was tested to the limit when Tom became ill, apparently overnight, with sepsis.

A huge positive for the release of the film so far has been the way that audiences have been able to learn about an illness that affects around 9,000 per year in hospitals in Ireland, and 150,000 in the UK, with a tragically high level of avoidable deaths.

Tom and Nic Ray have been campaigning vigorously for sepsis awareness since the first release of the film and will be attending the Galway screening to support the film, hoping to continue to spread the word.

Modern Life Is Rubbish: Festival guests and discounted premiere tickets

Modern Life Is Rubbish premieres at the Edinburgh International Film Festival tomorrow night. EIFF have a special offer for tickets to the premiere, which they shared on Twitter. 



Guests attending the festival have also been announced, and sadly for Tom Riley fans, his name is not included.  There will be a Q&A following the premiere, but this will be featuring Ian Hart.

Pushing Dead: award wins at FilmOut San Diego

Still no date for the theatrical or DVD release of Pushing Dead yet, but the film continues to do well at various film festivals around the world. Congratulations are in order, as yesterday Pushing Dead won a number of awards at FilmOut in San Diego, including the jury award for best narrative feature!

Fans can next catch Pushing Dead at the Damn These Heels film festival in Utah on July 16th 2017.

When a struggling writer, HIV positive for 20+ years, accidentally deposits a $100 birthday check, he is dropped from his health plan for earning too much. In this new era of sort-of universal care, can he take on a helpless bureaucracy or come up with $3000 a month to buy meds on his own?

Previous festival awards:

The Collection: Series Spotlight screening at Filmfest München

Although The Collection is currently being broadcast weekly by RTL Passion in Germany, the series has also been included in the television series spotlight section at this year's Filmfest in Munich. 

It seems that director Dearbhla Walsh will be available for a Q&A following the screening of episodes 1 and 2 on June 27th 2017. More details of the event can be found via this link. Tickets for the screening are apparently free and are available from here