Fox Theater, Inglewood, California
©Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre

Is it curtains for the big screen?

A disruptive new idea is dividing Hollywood film-makers and threatening the future of cinema

Cannes Film Festival: Loach wins Palme d’Or

The British director scoops top prize for ‘I, Daniel Blake’

Cannes Film Festival review

Each film trumps the last in a year going from strength to strength, says Nigel Andrews

Tom Hanks in 'A Hologram for the King'

A Hologram for the King — film review

Tom Hanks shines as a troubled businessman in Saudi Arabia

Oscar Isaac in 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

X-Men: Apocalypse — film review

The latest X-Men movie is mainly about pomp and destruction

'Chicken'

Chicken — film review: ‘Desperation well captured’

The well-told story of two brothers living below the breadline

Andrea Riseborough and Ross Anderson in 'The Silent Storm'
©Jonathan Olley

The Silent Storm — film review

A story of grand passions set on a Scottish island

'Sing Street'

Sing Street — film review

A slim Dublin-set musical from John Carney, director of ‘Once’

Cannes: where substance triumphs over style

The best-dressed women on the Croisette were the ones wearing their personalities

Bruno Dumont's 'Slack Bay'

Cannes Film Festival — second report

Highlights include a film about cannibalism and class conflict

Love, Nina, BBC1

A new comedy series that brings the art of beautifully judged, understated hilarity to Fridays

High security and mega-celebrities at Cannes

Nigel Andrews samples new movies by Woody Allen and Jodie Foster at an unusually starry festival

Everybody Wants Some!! — film review: ‘Winning charm’

An irresistibly peppy vision of youth on the brink of adulthood

Green Room — film review: ‘Gory and grotesque’

A rock band are trapped backstage in this blood-sploshed thriller

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot — film review: ‘Better than it sounds’

Tina Fey plays an embedded TV reporter in this war-and-media drama

Our Kind of Traitor — film review: ‘Flawless timing’

Le Carré adaptation stars Damian Lewis and Stellan Skarsgård

Mustang — film review: ‘Joyful, heartbreaking’

Turkish director Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s debut is a remarkable film

Vivendi cuts costs of covering Cannes

Media group’s Canal Plus unit to pull back from lavish parties

Openings: Lights, camera, equality

A new 139-page report on the position of women in the British film industry is a catalogue of horrors

Hillsborough, BBC2

A two-hour investigation of what led up to the disaster attending Liverpool football fans in Sheffield on April 15 1989

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