Film

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris review: Lesley Manville swaps drudgery for a dream dress
film

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris review: Lesley Manville swaps drudgery for a dream dress

A charwoman charms the House of Dior to make a dream come true

Malcolm McDowell: Kubrick would be shocked at commercialisation of A Clockwork Orange
interview

Malcolm McDowell: Kubrick would be shocked at commercialisation of A Clockwork Orange

Acting legend Malcolm McDowell doesn’t think Stanley Kubrick would have been impressed by a recent Gucci campaign that referenced his classic movies.

Celebrate the Queen with her favourite music, film, TV and more
Queen Elizabeth

Celebrate the Queen with her favourite music, film, TV and more

The Queen has made few public proclamations about her cultural preferences, but what we do know reveals a different side to the monarch.

Crimes of the future: Surgery is the new sex in Cronenberg’s latest ick-flick
film

Crimes of the future: Surgery is the new sex in Cronenberg’s latest ick-flick

Meet Benjamin Evan Ainsworth, Son of a Critch star and the real boy behind Disney’s new Pinocchio
TV

Meet Benjamin Evan Ainsworth, Son of a Critch star and the real boy behind Disney’s new Pinocchio

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Memory: Another outing for Liam Neeson’s cool black coat
film analysis

Memory: Another outing for Liam Neeson’s cool black coat

Elvis set the world on fire – now we need to turn the heat down and address the climate crisis
society

Elvis set the world on fire – now we need to turn the heat down and address the climate crisis

Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak could learn from the Obama summer playlist
Paul McNamee

Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak could learn from the Obama summer playlist

Rainn Wilson on the time Bryan Cranston almost killed the cast of The Office
TV

Rainn Wilson on the time Bryan Cranston almost killed the cast of The Office

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 

Lea Thompson: ‘I love that science fiction can use the future to talk about the present’
Film

Lea Thompson: ‘I love that science fiction can use the future to talk about the present’

The Big Issue 2022 festival guide
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The Big Issue 2022 festival guide

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The Contractor review: Mindless title, mindful military thriller
Film

The Contractor review: Mindless title, mindful military thriller

What did we learn from the new Obi-Wan Kenobi trailer on Star Wars day?
Streaming

What did we learn from the new Obi-Wan Kenobi trailer on Star Wars day?

Downton Abbey: A New Era – ‘It’s got such a big heart, this movie’
TV

Downton Abbey: A New Era – ‘It’s got such a big heart, this movie’

How Anya Taylor-Joy cornered the Complex Female Character market
Film

How Anya Taylor-Joy cornered the Complex Female Character market

Benedetta review: an all-nuns-blazing tale of sex, sinners and unholy sisterhood
Film

Benedetta review: an all-nuns-blazing tale of sex, sinners and unholy sisterhood

Bertie Carvel on playing Donald Trump: ‘It’s going to be a huge success. I feel confident saying that to you.’
Theatre

Bertie Carvel on playing Donald Trump: ‘It’s going to be a huge success. I feel confident saying that to you.’

Paddy Considine: ‘I feel like my life is a series of beautiful interventions’
Music

Paddy Considine: ‘I feel like my life is a series of beautiful interventions’

The indefinable allure of Tom Burke
Film

The indefinable allure of Tom Burke

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The Worst Person in the World: A coming-of-age tale with a misleading title
Graeme Virtue

The Worst Person in the World: A coming-of-age tale with a misleading title

The directors of Lead Me Home want to bring the film’s homeless stars to the Oscars
Homelessness

The directors of Lead Me Home want to bring the film’s homeless stars to the Oscars

Richard Curtis backs The Big Exchange and urges people to make their money matter
Richard Curtis

Richard Curtis backs The Big Exchange and urges people to make their money matter

Mark Rylance: ‘There’s a loss of identity in England – who are we other than post-imperial bastards?’
Film

Mark Rylance: ‘There’s a loss of identity in England – who are we other than post-imperial bastards?’

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