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On my radar: Yinka Shonibare’s cultural highlights
The artist reveals the best way to see London’s architecture, his love of Pina Bausch and some in-depth reading on African culture

Kathryn Bromwich

11, Sep, 2016 @9:00 AM

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Mad Max: Fury Road is best-reviewed film of 2015 on Rotten Tomatoes
Oscar contenders Room, Brooklyn, Carol and Amy were also honoured at the critical aggregator’s annual Golden Tomato awards

Ben Child

11, Jan, 2016 @12:45 PM

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The best films of 2015 (so far) - US
Gathering together the best movies released in the US this year, from A Most Violent Year to Furious 7, updated weekly

Guardian film

01, Sep, 2015 @12:46 PM

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

Guardian film

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Timbuktu review – defiant song of a nation in peril
A formidable work of anger and compassion set against Mali’s bloody cultural struggle with Islamic militants

Jonathan Romney

31, May, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Timbuktu review – a cry from the heart
African director Abderrahmane Sissako’s insightful drama about a family and a city shattered by bigotry and violence teeters between hope and despair

Peter Bradshaw

28, May, 2015 @2:29 PM

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Timbuktu's director: why I dared to show hostage-taking jihadis in a new light
It was too hot for Africa and got banned in Paris. Abderrahmane Sissako, the director of Timbuktu, explains why the film makes him cry

Danny Leigh

28, May, 2015 @7:01 AM

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Abderrahmane Sissako: the vanguard of African cinema
As his Oscar-nominated film Timbuktu hits UK screens tomorrow we chart the career of one of Africa’s great contemporary filmmakers

Basia Cummings

28, May, 2015 @4:00 AM

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Oscars 2015: what will win best foreign language film?
The Academy creeps towards world cinema credibility with a slate of acclaimed nominees, from Pawlikowski’s wistful Ida to short story collection Wild Tales

Guy Lodge

04, Feb, 2015 @12:30 PM

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Oscars race for best foreign-language film expands as Saint Laurent biopic sashays in
Andrew Pulver: French film about fashion designer faces strong competition from other foreign-language favourites, including the Dardenne brothers’ Two Days, One Night

Andrew Pulver

23, Sep, 2014 @2:31 PM

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Cannes 2014: all the films we reviewed – which do you most want to see?

The red carpet has been rolled, the stars departed and the losers (hopefully) dried their eyes. Here's a reviews recap – now we want to know what's whetted your appetite, and which films you'd prefer to avoid … 

Catherine Shoard

28, May, 2014 @11:33 AM

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Cannes 2014 awards: Timothy Spall an anchor in a stormy night of surprises | Peter Bradshaw

Timothy Spall's best actor win for his grunting, genius turn in Mr Turner was not a shock. The rest of the jury's choices – including their estimable pick for Winter Sleep – were complete curveballs

• Read Peter's predictions
• Gallery: how the night unfolded

Peter Bradshaw

24, May, 2014 @8:11 PM

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