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Behind Oscar-tipped doc Four Daughters: A story of radicalisation, family and loss
Sisters Tayssir and Eya, two of the subjects of the new film Four Daughters
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Behind Oscar-tipped doc Four Daughters: A story of radicalisation, family and loss

Kaouther Ben Hania's new film finds the shared humanity behind the impact of extremism
Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley: 'Why the hell are we still judging someone on how they look?'
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Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley: 'Why the hell are we still judging someone on how they look?'

Dune: Part Two review – deluxe space opera with a discreet safety net
TIMOTHÉE CHALAMET as Paul Atreides and ZENDAYA as Chani in Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures’ action adventure “DUNE: PART TWO,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release.
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Dune: Part Two review – deluxe space opera with a discreet safety net

Photojournalist Lanre Fehintola didn't just record life on the edge – he became the story
Film

Photojournalist Lanre Fehintola didn't just record life on the edge – he became the story

From Silence of the Lambs to Sonic the Hedgehog: 6 films you didn't realise are actually romantic
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From Silence of the Lambs to Sonic the Hedgehog: 6 films you didn't realise are actually romantic

The Smiley Charity Film Awards present — a powerful minute against immigration misconceptions
Four individuals from the Welsh Refugee Council pose together at the Charity Film Awards, standing in front of a backdrop featuring sponsor logos. From left to right: a jubilant woman holding an award, raising her arm in celebration; a woman with a short hairstyle, dressed in a black outfit with a printed scarf; a smiling man in a tweed jacket and glasses; and a man with salt-and-pepper hair, wearing a blazer over a casual shirt. All look thrilled to have just won an award.
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The Smiley Charity Film Awards present — a powerful minute against immigration misconceptions

Michael Winterbottom on new film Shoshana, Israel's war and how violence makes people 'take sides'
Michael Winterbottom
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Michael Winterbottom on new film Shoshana, Israel's war and how violence makes people 'take sides'

'We can 100% end homelessness': Someone's Daughter, Someone's Son filmmaker's rousing call to action
Someone's Daughter, Someone's Son
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'We can 100% end homelessness': Someone's Daughter, Someone's Son filmmaker's rousing call to action

Former Big Issue vendor-turned film star Earl Charlton describes a day in his life
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Former Big Issue vendor-turned film star Earl Charlton describes a day in his life

Lorna Tucker's powerful Someone's Daughter, Someone's Son is not just a film ­– it's a movement
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Lorna Tucker's powerful Someone's Daughter, Someone's Son is not just a film ­– it's a movement

Intersex people are treated like 'freaks of nature' and a 'problem' to be solved. That needs to change
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Intersex people are treated like 'freaks of nature' and a 'problem' to be solved. That needs to change

American Fiction review – a satirical take on novel writing with Jeffrey Wright
Jeffrey Wright and Erika Alexander in American Fiction
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American Fiction review – a satirical take on novel writing with Jeffrey Wright

Bill Nighy and Micheal Ward star in new Netflix Film inspired by Homeless World Cup
Bill Nighy and Micheal Ward in Netflix film The Beautiful Game
Homeless World Cup

Bill Nighy and Micheal Ward star in new Netflix Film inspired by Homeless World Cup

The Holdovers review – a film of well-turned wit and emotional warmth
(l-r) Dominic Sessa as Angus Tully, Paul Giamatti as Paul Hunham and Da’Vine Joy Randolph as Mary Lamb in The Holdovers
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The Holdovers review – a film of well-turned wit and emotional warmth

Jodie Comer: 'I really want women to see themselves depicted in a truthful light'
Jodie Comer carrying a baby
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Jodie Comer: 'I really want women to see themselves depicted in a truthful light'

Jodie Comer on taking up space as a woman and advice she received from Killing Eve co-star
Jodie Comer carrying a baby
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Jodie Comer on taking up space as a woman and advice she received from Killing Eve co-star

Emma Stone's new film Poor Things is a fantastical discovery of mind, body and world
Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo star in Poor Things
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Emma Stone's new film Poor Things is a fantastical discovery of mind, body and world

From poltergeists to Paddington: Here's all the films to look forward to in 2024
Chris Hemsworth in Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga
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From poltergeists to Paddington: Here's all the films to look forward to in 2024

The Lost Boys director explains why his prison romance is a 'metaphor' for life as a queer person
The Lost Boys
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The Lost Boys director explains why his prison romance is a 'metaphor' for life as a queer person

10 best Christmas films that aren't all about family
Bruce Willis in Christmas film Die Hard
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10 best Christmas films that aren't all about family

Romcoms, elves... and Batman: Here's the best Christmas movies to stream in 2023
A selection of the best Christmas movies to stream 2023
Christmas

Romcoms, elves... and Batman: Here's the best Christmas movies to stream in 2023

Wonka stars Mathew Baynton and Simon Farnaby: 'With the help of others you can change the world'
Timothee Chalamet in Wonka
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Wonka stars Mathew Baynton and Simon Farnaby: 'With the help of others you can change the world'

Tish Murtha was a brilliant photographer who fought Thatcher with her camera. She deserved better
Black and white photo of child leaning elbows on a wall
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Tish Murtha was a brilliant photographer who fought Thatcher with her camera. She deserved better

How Star Wars Holiday Special became more powerful than George Lucas could possibly imagine
Darth Vader in the Star Wars Holiday Special
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How Star Wars Holiday Special became more powerful than George Lucas could possibly imagine

'Activism and organising is kinda sexy!': Colman Domingo on Rustin, Oscar buzz and the Obamas
Colman Domingo as Bayard Rustin in Netflix film Rustin
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'Activism and organising is kinda sexy!': Colman Domingo on Rustin, Oscar buzz and the Obamas