The movie buffs among you may already know that the curtains have gone up at Brighton's 13th CineCity Festival.
The annual event features more than 50 films from across the world - and one of the most eagerly-anticipated screenings will be from Brighton's own director Ben Wheatley.
His new film High Rise features Hollywood stars Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons and Sienna Miller. Andy Dickenson went to meet him and Tim Brown from CineCity.
Southampton FC manager Ronald Koeman has backed the call for tributes this weekend, following the terrorist attacks in Paris last Friday.
Saints host Stoke City on Saturday. During his pre-match press conference Koeman said security is bound to be heightened across the Premier League this weekend.
Watch the Press conference in full here:
Can you remember where you were 25 years ago? You might if I tell you that was when Mrs Thatcher resigned as Prime Minister. It followed an extraordinary few days when Michael Heseltine, the MP for Henley, challenged her. She was toppled - but he didn't get the top job.
Our Political Correspondent Phil Hornby's been talking to Lord Heseltine. What are his memories of that week? A sequence of events that began with Sir Geoffrey Howe's dramatic resignation.
Flags were flown at half mast -and people across the South fell silent at eleven o'clock this morning - a tribute to the victims of theParis attacks - and an overwhelming show of solidarity in the face of terrorism. Richard Slee reports.
The Ukip leader, Nigel Farage has said Kent needs to implement 'bigger, stronger checks' at Dover.
He was responding to the Paris terror attacks.
His comments come after the Kent Police Commissioner, Ann Barnes, called on the Government to delay its cuts to the police budgets.
People from across the region, caught up in the attacks on Paris this weekend, have been recounting their experiences.
Andrew Pate spoke to Amy Brandis (a student in paris), Jean Daniel Beauvallet (a music journalist) and Meg Harmer (a student at the University of Sussex).
Flags were flown at half mast and people across the South fell silent at 11am this morning. They were paying tribute to the victims of the Paris attacks.
Less than a week after Armistice Day, schools, offices and town halls observed another vigil.
Richard Slee spoke to Dr Richard Lindley from Winchester Cathedral, Imam Monwar Hussain from the Oxford Foundation, as well as Gilles Coupeiu and Pauline Picqette from a French restaurant in Portsmouth.
A student from the University of Sussex has described the scenes in Paris after recently returning from the French capital. She was present during the terror attacks on Friday night.
Canadian born Meg Harmer, now living in Brighton, was in a nearby restaurant in Paris watching the France-Germany football match with a dozen other classmates when the attacks began.
Several towns in the south east have held a minute's silence in memory of those who died in the terror attacks in Paris. Tom Savvides has the reaction.
Hampshire Country Council is flying the Tricolore outside their headquarters in Winchester, in solidarity with France.