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There are risks for Chinese companies eager to pump money into the US movie capital
Tom Hiddleston and Brie Larson lead a film that does action better than Vietnam allegory
This concert harked back to early 1960s jam sessions in the Bronx between the two old friends
How Weta, a small company from New Zealand, revolutionised cinema’s visual landscape
Start-ups spawned by New Zealand’s film industry are finding new and global markets
International cable company is closer to buying rest of Belgian operator
This week’s new cinema releases reviewed: ‘The Sapphires’, ‘Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan’, ‘Here Comes the Boom’, ‘Excision’ and ‘Aurora’
In ‘The Lord of the Rings’, he turned ‘performance capture’ into an art form. Now Andy Serkis is taking on Hollywood
A spectacular, if somewhat unnerving, show about the troubled relationship between humanity and its creations
This week’s cinema reviewed: ‘Marley’, ‘Elles’, ‘Salmon Fishing in the Yemen’, ‘Town of Runners’, ‘Lockout’, ‘Beauty’ and ‘Ecstasy’
The Tube is more confident now than at any time in memory. What is going on?
A sequence of moments rather than a distinguishable line or body of material that means whatever you want it to mean
Nigel Andrews reviews ‘Project Nim’, ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’, ‘The Interrupters’ and ‘Elite Squad: The Enemy Within’