45 Years

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The 100 best films of the 21st century
Gangsters, superheroes, schoolkids, lovers, slaves, peasants, techies, Tenenbaums and freefalling astronauts – they’re all here in our countdown of cinema’s best movies since 2000

Peter Bradshaw, Cath Clarke, Andrew Pulver and Catherine Shoard

13, Sep, 2019 @5:00 AM

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Charlotte Rampling: ‘Depression makes you dead to the world – you've got to build yourself up again’
The actor on her new film, Hannah, 2016’s ‘racism’ row, her silence on #MeToo and learning to care for herself

Rebecca Nicholson

01, Mar, 2019 @3:40 PM

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What to see this week in the UK
From Deadpool 2 to Othello, here’s our pick of the best films, concerts, exhibitions, theatre and dance over the next seven days

Steve Rose, Harriet Gibsone, John Fordham, Andrew Clements, Jonathan Jones, Lyn Gardner and Judith Mackrell

18, May, 2018 @8:00 AM

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Lean on Pete director Andrew Haigh: 'I'm quite scared of horses, actually'
Britain’s leading young director made his name laying bare the internal workings of romantic relationships. So what drew him to an intimate story about a boy and an old nag set in the wilds of Oregon?

Ellen E Jones

03, May, 2018 @3:58 PM

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Andrew Haigh on Looking: 'Melancholy exists in most people's lives'
The bittersweet HBO drama about gay friends in San Francisco may air its final episode this weekend – but its British director, who also made 45 Years, will continue his investigations into the ambiguities of human relationships

David Shariatmadari

19, Jul, 2016 @2:29 PM

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Why Emma Watson's £47 flop wasn't meant to be a box-office hit
New films from the Harry Potter star, Morgan Freeman and Al Pacino might have scored low UK opening weekends but they’re part of a new release strategy where box office is of little importance

Benjamin Lee

14, Jul, 2016 @3:24 PM

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Charlotte Rampling: 'I'm anything but racist'
The British actor explains her controversial Oscars comments, claiming she was misinterpreted

Benjamin Lee

07, Jun, 2016 @9:31 AM

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On my radar: Mark Wallinger’s cultural highlights
The artist on his love of ballet, the broadcasting magic of Danny Baker and his affection for Top Cat

Kathryn Bromwich

28, Feb, 2016 @10:00 AM

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Might Charlotte Rampling pull off the biggest upset in Oscar history?
The actor was denounced for comments about the #OscarsSoWhite controversy. But might her remarks – and subsequent vilification – have endeared her to beleaguered Academy voters?

Catherine Shoard

26, Feb, 2016 @5:49 PM

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Oscars 2016: forget best picture – who won the box-office battle?
They earned the attention of the Academy – but which nominees married critical acclaim and commercial success?

Charles Gant

25, Feb, 2016 @5:42 PM

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Baftas 2016 live: Brie Larson wins and The Revenant gathers momentum – watch with us
Stephen Fry hosted the 69th Bafta awards … and Stuart Heritage ushered us through a ceremony which featured kiss-cams, shout-outs for Leonardo DiCaprio’s mum and some dubious jokes from Fry himself and Rebel Wilson

Benjamin Lee and Stuart Heritage

15, Feb, 2016 @7:25 AM

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Introducing… the Philip French award
The London Critics’ Circle have renamed one of their annual film awards after the late former Observer film critic

Guy Lodge

24, Jan, 2016 @7:00 AM

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