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Tenet up: listen, Christopher Nolan, we just can't hear a word you're saying
The Tenet director has dismissed critics of his poor sound mixing by blaming us for being too conservative. Why must he keep toying with our perception of sound?

Stuart Heritage

16, Nov, 2020 @2:56 PM

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From Memento to Interstellar: our writers pick their favourite Christopher Nolan films
With the much-anticipated staggered release of Tenet, writers argue why each of Christopher Nolan’s 10 previous films should be seen as his best

Beatrice Loayza, Peter Bradshaw, Benjamin Lee, Wendy Ide, Charles Bramesco, Radheyan Simonpillai, Adrian Horton, Noah Gittell, Jordan Hoffman and Steve Rose

27, Aug, 2020 @6:24 AM

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Seat of the problem: why does Christopher Nolan hate chairs?
Still, stiff-legged, sat-upon … chairs set a bad, undynamic example, which is why the movie director won’t let his actors near one

Stuart Heritage

30, Jun, 2020 @1:02 PM

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Tom Hardy's 20 best film performances – ranked!
The actor’s latest movie, Capone, further builds upon his beefy and menacing screen presence, but there is another side that shines through in some of Hardy’s great roles

Peter Bradshaw

14, May, 2020 @11:00 AM

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Harry Styles: ‘I’m not just sprinkling in sexual ambiguity to be interesting’
The former One Direction star talks about success at 16, dating ‘normals’ and his right to rock a dress

Tom Lamont

14, Dec, 2019 @8:00 AM

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Bandersnatch's Fionn Whitehead: prince of darkness
He’s played a traumatised soldier in Dunkirk and a dying teenager. Now, the 21-year-old Black Mirror star has been forced by viewers into all manner of sadistic acts

Rebecca Nicholson

08, Jan, 2019 @3:00 PM

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Barry Keoghan: 'You release your problems, playing another person'
Brought up in foster care, the Irish actor’s ability to charm and terrify has made him one of Hollywood’s most recognisable young faces – and he’s only just getting started

Gwilym Mumford

03, Sep, 2018 @5:00 AM

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Antony Beevor: the greatest war movie ever – and the ones I can't bear
He groaned at Valkyrie and despaired at Saving Private Ryan. The award-winning historian takes aim at the war films that make him furious – and reveals his own favourite

Antony Beevor

29, May, 2018 @3:38 PM

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Oscars 2018: The Shape of Water and Frances McDormand steal the night – as it happened
The biggest night in film had one of the most unpredictable best picture races in years, but top acting prizes all went with the favourites

Benjamin Lee in New York, Rory Carroll in Los Angeles, Morwenna Ferrier and Lauren Cochrane in London

05, Mar, 2018 @6:45 AM

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Why Dunkirk should win the 2018 best picture Oscar
In the last of our series, Andrew Pulver salutes Christopher Nolan’s second world war drama, a dazzling blockbuster on an intimate, human scale

Andrew Pulver

02, Mar, 2018 @1:40 PM

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How to predict the 2018 Oscar winners just by looking at their ads
Call Me By Your Name is doomed and Get Out is going places ... at least if the ‘for your consideration’ posters for this year’s nominees are anything to go by

Stuart Heritage

28, Feb, 2018 @2:00 PM

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Three Billboards triumphs as Time's Up dominates the 2018 Baftas
Martin McDonagh’s dark comedy-drama takes home five awards in ceremony hosted for the first time by Joanna Lumley

Mark Brown, arts correspondent

19, Feb, 2018 @7:13 AM

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