Julianne Moore and Hunter Parrish in ‘Still Alice’

Still Alice — film review

Julianne Moore excels in this film about early-onset Alzheimer’s

'Chappie'

Chappie — film review

A kinetic, captivating story of droids in Johannesburg

Brenda Myers-Powell in 'Dreamcatcher'

Dreamcatcher — film review

An ex-hooker turned saviour is at the heart of this documentary

Tizita Hagere in 'Difret'

Difret — film review

Ethiopian patriarchy comes under scrutiny in this powerful film

Halley Feiffer and Desiree Akhavan in 'Appropriate Behaviour'

Appropriate Behaviour — film review

The wry story of an Iranian woman in New York seeking her freedom

Eva Green in 'White Bird in a Blizzard'

White Bird in a Blizzard — film review

Stylish tale of an Ohio girl and her vanished mother

Wim Wenders at the Berlin Film Festival
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Wim Wenders on the pull of America

The German film director talks about the draw of the US throughout his 50 years of film-making

Sameena Jabeen Ahmed in 'Catch Me Daddy'

Catch Me Daddy — film review

Brilliant cinematography turns this story into gold

Lillete Dubey and Richard Gere in 'The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel — film review

Anglo-Indian sequel repeats the formula

'White God'

White God — film review

The dog is the star of this Cannes prize-winning film

It Follows — film review

A promising premise turns into ho-hum horror

Oscars 2015: a revel with a cause

Good causes were packed bumper-to-bumper at the ceremony

‘Birdman’ swoops to Oscars win

Alejandro González Iñárritu’s movie prevails in close race at awards

The unstoppable rise of independent film

The big studios are largely shut out from the race for this year’s Best Picture Oscar. By Tom Shone

Maidan — film review

A powerful documentary captures a key moment in Ukraine’s history

Blackhat — film review

A sprawling global cyber-thriller from Michael Mann

The Duke of Burgundy — film review

Two women are embroiled in erotic games in Peter Strickland’s film

Cake — film review

Jennifer Aniston gives a one-note performance in this bleak film

How Indiewood gatecrashed the Oscars

This year’s nominees reflect the growth of the indie sector

Jon Stewart, television satirist

His daily take on politics has kept Americans watching TV

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