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Beijing encouraged investment in the US film industry to influence perceptions but is now rethinking its Tinseltown ties
The actor excels as a New York fixer in this black comedy
A new film by Aki Kaurismäki shows how movies can successfully tackle world events
Richard Gere plays a New York hobo in Oren Moverman’s reality-tinged drama
Richard Gere transcends the limitations of a film about a billionaire philanthropist
A round-up of the week’s cinema releases
The search for a new belt at an airport departure lounge leads to the identification of new social strata in Britain
Mrs Moneypenny is invited to review live on TV a Tate Modern exhibition, a feature-length documentary and Richard Gere’s latest film
The actor is more than happy to talk about his new film ‘Arbitrage’ and, of course, Buddhism. But what about Cindy, ageing and ... gerbils?
Richard Gere in a money-and-manslaughter thriller, Barry Levinson tackles eco-horror, plus Shakespeare in an Italian prison
Movies nudge middle-class young people without a particular vocation into certain professions
Before getting down to some improvisation on his flugelhorn, the Oscar-nominated film director talks about why music is so central to his work