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Inside the Climate Crisis Film Festival
Climate Crisis

Inside the Climate Crisis Film Festival

The event in Glasgow showed how art can shine a light on the issues that are at the heart of our environmental catastrophe.

House of Gucci review: A decadent parade of high camp and dodgy accents
Film review

House of Gucci review: A decadent parade of high camp and dodgy accents

Lady Gaga leaves nothing on the table in this true story of a murder plot at the heart of the Gucci empire, writes Hanna Flint.

Matt Haig on A Boy Called Christmas and how to look after your mental health this festive season
Film

Matt Haig on A Boy Called Christmas and how to look after your mental health this festive season

For many, Christmas isn’t all joy and sparkle. Matt Haig’s relatable kids’ book on the season’s darker side is now a poignant festive movie.

Petite Maman review: ‘Things get a little weird’
Film

Petite Maman review: ‘Things get a little weird’

Ruth Negga on Passing: ‘We need to address issues that people are frightened of’
Netflix

Ruth Negga on Passing: ‘We need to address issues that people are frightened of’

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‘Their dogs are a reason for living’: A new film tells the story of homeless people and their pets
Film

‘Their dogs are a reason for living’: A new film tells the story of homeless people and their pets

Spencer review: ‘Just let Princess Diana rest in peace’
Film

Spencer review: ‘Just let Princess Diana rest in peace’

Last Night in Soho review: ‘A bone-close exploration of female trauma’
Film

Last Night in Soho review: ‘A bone-close exploration of female trauma’

Climate change at the movies – a history
Film

Climate change at the movies – a history

Dear Evan Hansen review: ‘Hard to know what the filmmakers were aiming for’
Film

Dear Evan Hansen review: ‘Hard to know what the filmmakers were aiming for’

Venom: Let There Be Carnage is another missed opportunity for a superhero-horror crossover
Film

Venom: Let There Be Carnage is another missed opportunity for a superhero-horror crossover

The best under-the-radar films to see at this year’s London Film Festival
Film

The best under-the-radar films to see at this year’s London Film Festival

You know that unmistakeable James Bond film look? Here’s how it’s created
Film

You know that unmistakeable James Bond film look? Here’s how it’s created

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The Paper Tigers: Kung Fu caper punches above its weight
Film

The Paper Tigers: Kung Fu caper punches above its weight

Why the Take One Action Film Festival makes essential viewing ahead of COP26
Film

Why the Take One Action Film Festival makes essential viewing ahead of COP26

Herself director Claire Dunne: ‘We need to look at the building blocks of people, not just their houses’
Film

Herself director Claire Dunne: ‘We need to look at the building blocks of people, not just their houses’

Respect review: Jennifer Hudson is sensational as Aretha Franklin
Film

Respect review: Jennifer Hudson is sensational as Aretha Franklin

Shorta review: tense foot chases, abrupt shootouts and meaty fistfights
Film

Shorta review: tense foot chases, abrupt shootouts and meaty fistfights

Limbo ‘was a chance to show the world what refugees are really like’
Film

Limbo ‘was a chance to show the world what refugees are really like’

Risky business: WeWork’s rise and fall
Film

Risky business: WeWork’s rise and fall

‘You know my politics’: Benedict Cumberbatch reflects on these strange times
Film

‘You know my politics’: Benedict Cumberbatch reflects on these strange times

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The Last Letter from Your Lover review: a solid story with a strong casting
Film

The Last Letter from Your Lover review: a solid story with a strong casting

Matt Damon: ‘I always looked forward to being an experienced actor’
Film

Matt Damon: ‘I always looked forward to being an experienced actor’

How Alex Lacamoire keeps the beat of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s music
Film

How Alex Lacamoire keeps the beat of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s music

Matt Damon: ‘Politicians will always stoke the divides between us’
Film

Matt Damon: ‘Politicians will always stoke the divides between us’

Limbo star Amir El-Masry: This film fights racism
Film

Limbo star Amir El-Masry: This film fights racism

Wander star Aaron Eckhart: ‘I should do comedies… it’s probably easier’
Film

Wander star Aaron Eckhart: ‘I should do comedies… it’s probably easier’

Online harassment: ‘Society is blind to the hatred of women’
Film

Online harassment: ‘Society is blind to the hatred of women’

Vicky Krieps: Lockdown proved time is our deepest fear
Film

Vicky Krieps: Lockdown proved time is our deepest fear

Riders of Justice film review: An interrogation of cinematic revenge
Film

Riders of Justice film review: An interrogation of cinematic revenge

Street Cat Bob memorial unveiled by James Bowen: Exclusive video
Film

Street Cat Bob memorial unveiled by James Bowen: Exclusive video

Mosley: An engaging documentary that tickles around the rough edges
Film

Mosley: An engaging documentary that tickles around the rough edges

William Shatner: Humanity won’t survive to reach a Star Trek future
Film

William Shatner: Humanity won’t survive to reach a Star Trek future