Ken Loach

Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach, BBC2

The film traces the fascinating ups and downs of Britain’s latest octogenarian national treasure

'Finding Dory' comes 13 years after Pixar's 'Finding Nemo'

Finding Dory — film review

There are few dud jokes, if any, in this sequel to ‘Finding Nemo’

Matt Damon in 'Jason Bourne'

Jason Bourne — film review

The film has little in the way of plot but plenty of action

Savannah Knoop, left, played JT LeRoy in public appearances; LeRoy's books were written by Laura Albert, right; pictured in 2003

The JT LeRoy Story — film review

Marvel-inducing documentary about a literary hoax

Ulrich Thomsen and Trine Dyrholm in 'The Commune'

The Commune — film review

Thomas Vinterberg’s film looks at the tensions of communal living

‘Cathy Come Home’
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Arena: 1966 — 50 Years Ago Today, BBC4

Paul Tickell’s kaleidoscope of 1966 shows moments of nostalgic recognition alternate with incredulous embarrassment

The strange case of JT LeRoy probed on film

The relationship between author and persona is unpicked in a new documentary

Chris Pine, centre, as Captain Kirk in 'Star Trek Beyond'

Star Trek Beyond — film review: ‘Brisk and fun’

Spectacular effects are combined with nods to the TV series

Ethan Hawke in 'Born to Be Blue'

Born to Be Blue — film review: ‘Lost-boy charisma’

Ethan Hawke plays the jazz trumpeter Chet Baker in this biopic

Mark Rylance plays the giant in Steven Spielberg's 'The BFG'

The BFG — film review: ‘Visually gorgeous’

Spielberg’s Roald Dahl adaptation has the woozy texture of a dream

Chevalier — film review: ‘Bubbling unease’

A comedy of male ego that gets under the skin

Interview: Paul Greengrass revives Jason Bourne

The British film director on becoming a Hollywood hit man — and his special relationship with Matt Damon. By Danny Leigh

Canon fodder: Death in Venice and The Nutty Professor

The first of a new series that reassesses artistic reputations

Bill Drummond’s movie mission

After setting fire to £1m, what can a pop star and prankster do next?

One Night in 2012, BBC1

The film captures the excitement, enthusiasm and joy — of preparations, trial and error of the London Olympics

Men & Chicken — film review: ‘Scary, clever’

A sly, black comedy-drama from Denmark

Ghostbusters — film review: ‘Tired’

A lame sequel to the 1984 box office hit

Summertime — film review: ‘Platitudes’

A well-intentioned story of gay lovers in rural 1970s France

Keanu — film review: ‘Cuddly’

A kidnapped kitten is the focus of this comedy thriller

The Hard Stop — film review: ‘Graphic, compelling’

Well-researched but problematic documentary about black Britons

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