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LFF eats the rich: 7 films tackling inequality at the London Film Festival 2022
London Film Festival

LFF eats the rich: 7 films tackling inequality at the London Film Festival 2022

LFF Director Tricia Tuttle explains how cinema can help us face the darkness in our times… and picks out seven films to start you thinking

30 years on, Bram Stoker’s Dracula is still the most beautiful film committed to celluloid
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30 years on, Bram Stoker’s Dracula is still the most beautiful film committed to celluloid

Bram Stoker’s Dracula, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, is a riot of blood-soaked rich colours. It’s coming back to cinemas from next week to mark its 30th birthday.

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris review: Lesley Manville swaps drudgery for a dream dress
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Mrs Harris Goes to Paris review: Lesley Manville swaps drudgery for a dream dress

A charwoman charms the House of Dior to make a dream come true

Don’t Worry Darling: A dystopian take on the American Dream
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Don’t Worry Darling: A dystopian take on the American Dream

Crimes of the future: Surgery is the new sex in Cronenberg’s latest ick-flick
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Crimes of the future: Surgery is the new sex in Cronenberg’s latest ick-flick

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Michael Flatley on writing, directing and starring in his spy thriller Blackbird
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Michael Flatley on writing, directing and starring in his spy thriller Blackbird

EIFF highlights: From naked New Zealanders to Korean car chases
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EIFF highlights: From naked New Zealanders to Korean car chases

Memory: Another outing for Liam Neeson’s cool black coat
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Memory: Another outing for Liam Neeson’s cool black coat

Hugh Bonneville: ‘I’m not scary, I’m cuddly’ – how the Downton Abbey star became the villain in new Netflix film I Came By
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Hugh Bonneville: ‘I’m not scary, I’m cuddly’ – how the Downton Abbey star became the villain in new Netflix film I Came By

Gabriel Byrne: ‘Leonard Cohen has been a soundtrack to my life’
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Gabriel Byrne: ‘Leonard Cohen has been a soundtrack to my life’

This is Gwar review: ‘A goofy, goopy assault on the senses’
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This is Gwar review: ‘A goofy, goopy assault on the senses’

Willa Fitzgerald on her Watergate thriller 18½: ‘We live in a very different political atmosphere’
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Willa Fitzgerald on her Watergate thriller 18½: ‘We live in a very different political atmosphere’

Peter Cushing’s Dr Who movies regenerated for a new audience
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Peter Cushing’s Dr Who movies regenerated for a new audience

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Elvis review: The paradox of American myth-making
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Elvis review: The paradox of American myth-making

Top songs: a guide to Tom Cruise singing cheesy tunes in movies
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Top songs: a guide to Tom Cruise singing cheesy tunes in movies

The Lost Girls: ‘This movie represents my own process of growing up’
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The Lost Girls: ‘This movie represents my own process of growing up’

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande is a radical reminder that older women are sexual beings
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Good Luck to You, Leo Grande is a radical reminder that older women are sexual beings

Lightyear: Astronaut Tim Peake reveals five things films get right about space
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Lightyear: Astronaut Tim Peake reveals five things films get right about space

Everything Went Fine: A right-to-die story that’s strangely life-affirming 
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Everything Went Fine: A right-to-die story that’s strangely life-affirming 

Filming will begin on Paddington 3 next year as its director and title is confirmed
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Filming will begin on Paddington 3 next year as its director and title is confirmed

Lea Thompson: ‘I love that science fiction can use the future to talk about the present’
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Lea Thompson: ‘I love that science fiction can use the future to talk about the present’

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Lea Thompson on directing Star Trek: Picard and her plan to make a Howard the Duck sequel
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Lea Thompson on directing Star Trek: Picard and her plan to make a Howard the Duck sequel

The Contractor review: Mindless title, mindful military thriller
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The Contractor review: Mindless title, mindful military thriller

A Bug’s Life to Billy Elliot: 7 best socialist films to watch this Labour Day bank holiday
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A Bug’s Life to Billy Elliot: 7 best socialist films to watch this Labour Day bank holiday

Sophie Marceau: ‘I hope love always stays a mystery’
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Sophie Marceau: ‘I hope love always stays a mystery’

To mark our new Arctic Monkeys exclusive interview, we’ve picked out some of our best band and musician interviews from the past, featuring Arctic Monkeys (2018), When Jarvis met Bowie, The Specials, Debbie Harry and more. Sign up to our mailing list to receive your free digital copy.