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Elvis review: The paradox of American myth-making
Film

Elvis review: The paradox of American myth-making

Yoga by Emmanuel Carrère review: An intriguing journey with a uniquely inventive writer
Book review

Yoga by Emmanuel Carrère review: An intriguing journey with a uniquely inventive writer

Top songs: a guide to Tom Cruise singing cheesy tunes in movies
Film

Top songs: a guide to Tom Cruise singing cheesy tunes in movies

The Lost Girls: ‘This movie represents my own process of growing up’
Film

The Lost Girls: ‘This movie represents my own process of growing up’

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande is a radical reminder that older women are sexual beings
Film

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande is a radical reminder that older women are sexual beings

Lightyear: Astronaut Tim Peake reveals five things films get right about space
Space

Lightyear: Astronaut Tim Peake reveals five things films get right about space

Everything Went Fine: A right-to-die story that’s strangely life-affirming 
film

Everything Went Fine: A right-to-die story that’s strangely life-affirming 

Filming will begin on Paddington 3 next year as its director and title is confirmed
Film

Filming will begin on Paddington 3 next year as its director and title is confirmed

Companion Piece by Ali Smith review: Finding compassion in a world of everyday injustices
Book review

Companion Piece by Ali Smith review: Finding compassion in a world of everyday injustices

Homelands by Chitra Ramaswamy review: A gripping novel about heritage, exile, friendship and family
Book review

Homelands by Chitra Ramaswamy review: A gripping novel about heritage, exile, friendship and family

Exclusive: Tracey Emin artwork removed from 10 Downing Street after complaint about Partygate
Partygate

Exclusive: Tracey Emin artwork removed from 10 Downing Street after complaint about Partygate

How Get Carter created the blueprint for the British gangster movie
Film

How Get Carter created the blueprint for the British gangster movie

From sofa surfing to the stage: This artistic director wants to give people experiencing homelessness a new lease of life
Homelessness

From sofa surfing to the stage: This artistic director wants to give people experiencing homelessness a new lease of life

Lea Thompson on directing Star Trek: Picard and her plan to make a Howard the Duck sequel
Film

Lea Thompson on directing Star Trek: Picard and her plan to make a Howard the Duck sequel

River Clyde by Simone Buchholz review: A daring, original crime story
Book review

River Clyde by Simone Buchholz review: A daring, original crime story

Jodie Comer’s play Prima Facie has an uncomfortable twist in the tale
John Bird

Jodie Comer’s play Prima Facie has an uncomfortable twist in the tale

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Our Wives Under the Sea by Julia Armfield review: A mystical thriller with serious depth
Book reviews

Our Wives Under the Sea by Julia Armfield review: A mystical thriller with serious depth

A Bug’s Life to Billy Elliot: 7 best socialist films to watch this Labour Day bank holiday
Film

A Bug’s Life to Billy Elliot: 7 best socialist films to watch this Labour Day bank holiday

Sophie Marceau: ‘I hope love always stays a mystery’
Film

Sophie Marceau: ‘I hope love always stays a mystery’

Fight Night by Miriam Toews review: The funniest, smartest novel you’ll read this year
Book review

Fight Night by Miriam Toews review: The funniest, smartest novel you’ll read this year