The Imitation Game

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Selma is 100% historically accurate but Imitation Game just 41.4%, says study
A scene-by-scene analysis of recent Oscar contenders by data site Information is Beautiful gives full marks for historical accuracy to Martin Luther King biopic

Catherine Shoard

28, Nov, 2016 @1:09 PM

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Stiff upper lip or man on the edge? How movies see real-life heroes
Deepwater Horizon and Sully show that American film-makers like to depict heroes as gritty individuals fighting against the establishment. In the UK however, collectivism still leads to triumph

Dave Schilling

29, Sep, 2016 @9:00 AM

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Troye Sivan: I came into the music industry as an out person
The Perth YouTube star talks about sharing his life on the internet, the legacy of Alan Turing and why Australian marriage equality is inevitable

Monica Tan

04, Dec, 2015 @2:31 AM

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The outrageous fortune of Benedict Cumberbatch
Five years ago, Sherlock propelled him into the stratosphere. Now he’s photobombing the Oscars and selling out Hamlet a year in advance. Friends and co-stars reveal why the world is wild for Benedict Cumberbatch

Emine Saner

26, Jul, 2015 @2:00 PM

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The best films of 2015 so far – Australia
Gathering the best movies released in Australia this year, updated weekly

Guardian Film

06, May, 2015 @8:10 AM

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Keira Knightley: 'Where are the female directors and writers?'
Oscar-nominated star questions gender imbalance of the film industry in a new interview

Benjamin Lee

31, Mar, 2015 @3:30 PM

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‘Turing got a pardon. I want one, too’
Enigma codebreaker Alan Turing was posthumously pardoned for gross indecency, but thousands of British men’s lives are still blighted by similar charges. Their primary offence? Being gay. We hear their stories

Mike Pattenden

28, Mar, 2015 @9:00 AM

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DVDs and downloads: The Imitation Game, '71, Leviathan and more
The cracks are already appearing in the glossy Alan Turing biopic, but Yann Demange’s Troubles drama starring Jack O’Connell continues to impress

Guy Lodge

08, Mar, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Oscars 2015: Birdman takes flight but Boyhood suffers growing pains | Peter Bradshaw
Peter Bradshaw: Alejandro González Iñárritu’s fantasia of mid-life crisis came out on top, but surely it’s an injustice that Boyhood failed to win the best picture award

Peter Bradshaw

23, Feb, 2015 @11:51 AM

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Oscars 2015: The red carpet, ceremony and reaction as it happens
It was the year that Birdman triumphed – but all the best picture nominees left with something. Relive all the best dresses, tuxes, speeches, tweets and memes

Stuart Heritage, Hadley Freeman, Peter Bradshaw, Imogen Fox, Hannah Marriott, Rory Carroll, Ben Beaumont-Thomas, Benjamin Lee , Steven W ThrasherHenry Barnes, Catherine Shoard

23, Feb, 2015 @7:54 AM

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The Imitation Game director defends film's lack of gay sex scenes
Oscar-nominated director Morten Tyldum says none were necessary as Alan Turing’s life and relationships were ‘all about secrecy’

Benjamin Lee

22, Feb, 2015 @11:03 PM

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Oscars 2015: our final predictions on who will win the big prizes
The Oscars kick off this evening – and you can follow the action with us from 2pm PT, 5pm ET and 10pm GMT. Here’s our final predictions in the key categories

Andrew Pulver

22, Feb, 2015 @9:49 PM

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