Simon Reeve
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Greece with Simon Reeve, BBC2

The series combines the traveller’s enthusiasm for the surrounding beauty with an awareness of problems past and present

Film still of Bryan Cranston in Trumbo (2015)

Trumbo — review: ‘Bryan Cranston is superb’

The ‘Breaking Bad’ actor excels in the gritty story of a blacklisted Hollywood screenwriter

L-r, Jack Black, Odeya Rush and Dylan Minnette star in Columbia Pictures' "Goosebumps."

Goosebumps — film review: ‘Jolly rubbish’

New-to-town teenager links hearts with weirdo neighbour’s daughter

Dad’s Army — film review

Ill-advised revamp of the BBC’s cherished Home Guard sitcom


Rams — film review: ‘A deadpan-batty fable’

Icelandic film about two estranged brothers and their flocks

Janis: Little Girl Blue: ‘A compelling bio-doc’

Rich and riveting film about the late rock singer Janis Joplin

Lord David Puttnam
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iPad plays lead role in Lord Puttnam’s EMBA

Film-maker creates course to equip creatives with business skills

Gabriel Goity stars in Argentine crime drama ‘Pure Evil’ (All 4)
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Walter Presents, Channel 4 and All 4

The selection of international drama makes up a wide range of global TV

Janis Joplin in Denmark, April 1969

Janis Joplin’s passion and pain

The director of a new documentary talks about capturing the singer-songwriter’s brilliance and heartbreak

Still from Nate Parker's 'The Birth of a Nation'

Best picks from the Sundance Film Festival

Death is rife at this year’s film festival but the story of a slave-turned-avenger has caused a stir

Spotlight — film review: ‘Ruffalo and Keaton are terrific’

Journalists uncover a child abuse scandal in this truth-based film

The 33 — film review: ‘Emotional punch’

Patricia Riggen’s film tells the trapped Chilean miners’ saga

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi — film review: ‘Frenzied, overlong’

Michael Bay’s reality blockbuster is numbingly explosive

Innocence of Memories — film review: ‘A bold oddity’

Documentary captures the charm of a strange art-literature project

Youth — film review: ‘Rambling’

Harvey Keitel and Michael Caine star in this misfiring movie

Indie films play strong UK supporting role

Kray twins movie is 2015’s biggest homegrown title, grossing £18m

Has US cinema taken a turn to the left?

Blacklist-era movie ‘Trumbo’ comes at a time of rising radicalism

The Great Gangster Film Fraud, BBC4

A property tycoon ignores his summons to court and turn his attention to London’s moviemaking world, with its generous tax rebates

Return of ‘The X-Files’

The series that gripped a generation has been rebooted and de-suited for the Marvel era

The Assassin — film review: ‘Bewitching’

Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s martial arts story is jaw-droppingly beautiful

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