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This week's new film events

Disability Film Festival Day | Twin Peaks Festival | Fashion In Film Fest | Get Well Soon

Steve Rose

27, Nov, 2010 @12:07 AM

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This week's new films

Unstoppable | The American | Machete | The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest | London Boulevard | An Ordinary Execution | Leap Year | Waiting For Superman | The Scar Crow | Slackistan

The Guide

27, Nov, 2010 @12:07 AM

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Monsters: the bedroom blockbuster that's the anti-Avatar

Improvised on the run and edited on a laptop using off-the-shelf CGI, Monsters is a lo-fi sci-fi game-changer. We meet its enterprising young director Gareth Edwards

Steve Rose

27, Nov, 2010 @12:06 AM

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Secretariat is simply Seabiscuit reconfigured for the Tea Party set

Braveheart and Pearl Harbor writer-director Randall Wallace just can't resist distorting a true story for his own rightwing ends, reckons John Patterson

John Patterson

27, Nov, 2010 @12:06 AM

A Serbian Film becomes most censored film in 16 years

Violent thriller set in the world of pornography has had four minutes of footage edited before being granted an 18 certificate

Catherine Shoard

26, Nov, 2010 @5:52 PM

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UK Film Council could have last laugh with £1m donation to Thatcher biopic

If reports that The Iron Lady is 'some left-wing fantasy' are true, then Conservatives may not welcome the UKFC's final move

Catherine Shoard

26, Nov, 2010 @5:20 PM

Video | Unstoppable: 'Somewhere between unwatchable and unmissable'

Tony Scott's runaway train thriller 'whistles past originality on the fast track to cheap thrills', says Henry Barnes. But this is no sleeper

Henry Barnes

26, Nov, 2010 @3:07 PM

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Punks, guns and coffee: why Straight to Hell gives me a thirst for the past
Danny Leigh: Alex Cox's 1987 spaghetti western homage was loathed on release, but its reissue is a reminder of a bygone counterculture

Danny Leigh

26, Nov, 2010 @2:21 PM

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The Irina Palm d'Or: And the loser is …
This year's Irina Palm d'Or longlist is bigger than ever. Now it's not only the worst British films in the firing line but their cast members too

Mike McCahill

26, Nov, 2010 @11:58 AM

Watch an exclusive clip from Sofia Coppola's Somewhere

An exclusive clip from Somewhere, Sofia Coppola's drama about a hard-living Hollywood actor, played by Stephen Dorff, here conducting a fraught photoshoot with co-star Michelle Monaghan. The film opens in the UK on 10 December

26, Nov, 2010 @10:35 AM

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Año Bisiesto (Leap Year) – review
An extreme and explicit movie that leads to a claustrophobic nightmare with an outstanding performance by Monica del Carmen. By Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw

25, Nov, 2010 @11:43 PM

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Unstoppable – review
Denzel Washington teams up once more with director Tony Scott in a strangely dull action movie. By Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw

25, Nov, 2010 @11:30 PM

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