Tom Hardy in 'Locke'

Film review – Locke

One man in his car makes for very exciting cinema

Ciarán Hinds in 'The Sea'

Film review – The Sea

An atmospheric screen rendering of John Banville’s novel

Andrew Garfield in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'

Film review – The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man encounters a loon-haired scientist

From left, Mira Barkhammer, Mira Grosin and Liv LeMoyne in 'We Are the Best!'

Film review – We Are the Best!

Stockholm girls form a punk band in Lukas Moodysson’s new film

Film review – The Love Punch

Four pensioners plan a diamond theft in this British farce

‘We Are the Best!’ cast
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Smells like tween spirit

Swedish film director Lukas Moodysson talks schoolgirl punk rockers and the motivating powers of candy

James Dean at the BFI, London

The screen career of the 1950s icon lasted barely a year but, in the age of the selfie, his legacy lives on

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On location: ‘The Trip to Italy’

The six-part series follows the pair as they embark on a road-trip from Piedmont, in the north, south to Capri

Elstree begins multimillion-pound revamp

TV and film studios could double profits

Brendan Gleeson in 'Calvary'
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Film review – Calvary

Brendan Gleeson plays a rural priest awaiting a grisly appointment

Film review – The Quiet Ones

An atmospheric thriller from Britain’s revived Hammer studios

Film review – The Raid 2

Director Gareth Evans returns with another Indonesian fight-fest

Film review – Half of a Yellow Sun

Thandie Newton and Chiwetel Ejiofor star in a Biafran war drama

Film review – Pioneer

A conspiracy movie that centres on a North Sea diver’s gas mix

Satire that has no sting

‘The political mainstream has become expert in the co-option of its critics’

Film review – Noah

Darren Aronofsky gives fresh life to a story made tepid by centuries of Sunday Schooling

Film review – Divergent

A futuristic challenge romp in the style of ‘The Hunger Games’

Film review – The Double

A future-set doppelgänger drama inspired by Dostoevsky

Film review – Tom at the Farm

A Hitchcockish thriller lightly drizzled with homoeroticism

Film review – A Story of Children and Film

Documentarist Mark Cousins’ fascinating history of kids in movies