Khalid Abdalla in ‘The Narrow Frame of Midnight’

Marrakech International Film Festival

Two films with a Moroccan flavour proved fitting highlights of this year’s inclusive festival

Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels in 'Dumb and Dumber To'

Dumb and Dumber To — film review

There’s something to offend everyone in this joyfully funny sequel

Jakob Oftebro and Tobias Santelmann in 'Kon-Tiki'

Kon-Tiki — film review

A turbulent dramatisation of Thor Heyerdahl’s 1947 raft trip

Rose Byrne and Quvenzhané Wallis in 'Annie'

Annie — film review

The young star is wonderful; the rest of this remake is dire

Ben Stiller with Robin Williams in 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb'

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb — film review

The history-comedy franchise limps through its third instalment

The movie The Interview stars James Franco and Seth Rogen as a talk-show host and his producer who, after landing an interview with Kim Jong Un, are drafted by the CIA to kill him.

Cinemas discuss whether to show Sony film

Hackers threaten ‘Christmas gift’ for audiences of ‘The Interview’

‘My Neigbour Totoro’ (1988)

The great magician of modern cinema

As Hayao Miyazaki’s complete works are issued, Nigel Andrews celebrates the Japanese animator and manga artist

Arnold Schwarzenegger in ‘Terminator Genisys’ (to be released 2015)
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The rise and rise of the film franchise

With big-budget sequels tipped to make 2015 a record year for the box office, Matthew Garrahan looks at the economics of the Hollywood franchise

The Green Prince

The Green Prince — film review

A true-life thriller in which a Palestinian-born Israeli agent and his handler tell their stories

Merchant of Doubt film still

Merchants of Doubt — film review

How charlatan scientists and scholars have been mobilised by the oil and tobacco industries

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies — film review

This isn’t the best script of the Tolkiens to date — in fact it’s the worst

Manakamana — film review

Nepalese cable car journeys prove unexpectedly fasincating

Will streaming bring a new golden age of TV?

Amazon and Vimeo’s success shows what an online studio with no history of making TV can come up with

What is wrong with the Turner Prize?

It’s time for the judges to re-engage with art that is truly impassioned, says Rachel Spence

Penguins of Madagascar — film review

The gags keep coming in this animated comedy adventure

Black Sea — film review

Jude Law stars in Kevin Macdonald’s submarine adventure thriller

St Vincent — film review

A glutinously sentimental tale of tragedy and redemption

School of Babel — film review

Superb documentary about newly arrived migrants in a Paris school

The Grandmaster — film review

Wong Kar Wai’s film is visually exquisite and narratively vacant

Duncan Campbell wins Turner Prize

Judges praise the Glasgow-based artist’s ‘ambitious, complex film, which rewards repeated viewing’

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