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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
Film

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.

This England: Does Kenneth Branagh let Boris Johnson off the hook?
TV

This England: Does Kenneth Branagh let Boris Johnson off the hook?

This England, starring Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson, shows the early days of the pandemic. It will trigger sorrow and fury. But are we ready?

Arcade Fire tour: ‘Just some humans doing our best’
Review

Arcade Fire tour: ‘Just some humans doing our best’

Muse: Will of the People review – ‘Mad, bad, dangerous, and unreasonably good fun’
Album review

Muse: Will of the People review – ‘Mad, bad, dangerous, and unreasonably good fun’

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Books about jazz you need to read
Books

Books about jazz you need to read

Mr Bean meets Breaking Bad – why Man vs Bee is a comedy masterpiece
TV

Mr Bean meets Breaking Bad – why Man vs Bee is a comedy masterpiece

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

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

This week’s Big TV picks: Derry Girls, Doctor Who, Muhammad Ali and Why Didn’t They Ask Evans
TV

This week’s Big TV picks: Derry Girls, Doctor Who, Muhammad Ali and Why Didn’t They Ask Evans

This week’s Big TV picks: Art That Made Us, Hacks, Slow Horses and The Andy Warhol Diaries
TV

This week’s Big TV picks: Art That Made Us, Hacks, Slow Horses and The Andy Warhol Diaries

More polite than passionate: has Bridgerton lost its sparkle?
TV

More polite than passionate: has Bridgerton lost its sparkle?

Bullseye was more than just speedboats – it was a record of the working-class being left behind
James McMahon

Bullseye was more than just speedboats – it was a record of the working-class being left behind

Titane review: Captures the unspoken body horror of pregnancy
Titane

Titane review: Captures the unspoken body horror of pregnancy

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Dante ballet is a fitting tribute on 700th anniversary of his death
Opera

Dante ballet is a fitting tribute on 700th anniversary of his death

Time ticks all the usual prison drama boxes – but adds in remorse
Film

Time ticks all the usual prison drama boxes – but adds in remorse

Fargo taps into our deepest fears, and not just because of the ad breaks
TV

Fargo taps into our deepest fears, and not just because of the ad breaks

Palm Springs: Andy Samberg does Groundhog Day in the sunshine
Film

Palm Springs: Andy Samberg does Groundhog Day in the sunshine

Songs My Brother Taught Me: A story from the margins of US society
Film

Songs My Brother Taught Me: A story from the margins of US society

H Is For Happiness: A film with its heart utterly on its sleeve
Film

H Is For Happiness: A film with its heart utterly on its sleeve

The Cut by Chris Brookmyre: Thrills, humour, style and skill
Books

The Cut by Chris Brookmyre: Thrills, humour, style and skill

Hotel Cartagena by Simone Buchholz: A nerve-shredder with heart
Books

Hotel Cartagena by Simone Buchholz: A nerve-shredder with heart

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Creation Stories: As with Oasis, you might find you prefer the early stuff
TV

Creation Stories: As with Oasis, you might find you prefer the early stuff

SAS: Red Notice is an Andy McNab rollercoaster with some cracks and creaks
Film

SAS: Red Notice is an Andy McNab rollercoaster with some cracks and creaks

The Dark and the Wicked review: Another deeply upsetting nerve-jangler
Film

The Dark and the Wicked review: Another deeply upsetting nerve-jangler

The Owners: Horror that doesn’t hold back
Film

The Owners: Horror that doesn’t hold back

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