Timothy Spall in 'Mr Turner'

Mr Turner – film review

A bewitching performance from Timothy Spall in Mike Leigh’s biopic

Jake Gyllenhaal in 'Nightcrawler'

Nightcrawler – film review

Jake Gyllenhaal is spellbinding as a nocturnal TV news gatherer

'The Overnighters'

The Overnighters – film review

Jesse Moss’s documentary is full of ambush and illumination

Comcast timeline

Comcast: Broadband battleground

The group may become the world’s largest media company. Content companies are worried

Logan Lerman and Brad Pitt in 'Fury'

Fury – film review

Brad Pitt and his tank crew rumble through war-ravaged Europe

Noah Wiseman in 'The Babadook'

The Babadook – film review

Suburban Australia is the setting for this lyrical horror film

Jennifer Lawrence in 'Serena'

Serena – film review

Depression-era love with Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper

Jane Fonda in 'This Is Where I Leave You'

This Is Where I Leave You – film review

A family drama with Jane Fonda – and with too few good moments

André Benjamin as Jimi Hendrix

Jimi: All Is by My Side – film review

OutKast’s André Benjamin plays the guitar hero in this biopic

Jacques Tati, with his signature pipe, in ‘Mon Oncle’ (1958)
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Waiting for Monsieur Hulot

As France’s comic genius gets a BFI season, Ian Thomson looks back at the films of Jacques Tati

Citizenfour – film review

A gripping real-life thriller about Edward Snowden

Palo Alto – film review

Gia Coppola’s tale of teenagers’ interconnected lives is a marvel

The Best of Me – film review

A syrupy story of high-school sweethearts reunited

The Judge – film review

David Dobkin directs a star-studded tale of family reconciliation

London Film Festival: five of the best

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as codebreaker Alan Turing, Mike Leigh sheds light on Turner’s genius, and women directors tell stories about heroines

Effie Gray – film review

A portrait of the critic John Ruskin as frigid, pouty and cruel

’71 – film review

A British soldier is stranded in Belfast in Yann Demange’s thriller

Gone Too Far! – film review

South London teenagers squabble and feud in this funky, funny film

The Maze Runner – film review

Another gladiatorial story franchise for teens is launched

John Ruskin, visionary and villain

‘Effie Gray’ should not blind us to the Victorian seer’s virtues

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