Winter Sleep

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DVDs and downloads: Paddington, The Drop, The Homesman and more
A 21st-century Paddington is a triumph, Tom Hardy is outstanding in The Drop, and Hilary Swank rides high on the prairie

Guy Lodge

22, Mar, 2015 @7:00 AM

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Hunger Games: Mockingjay shoots straight to the top at the UK box office
Part 1 of the latest sequel matches predecessor Catching Fire – and can expect a clear run until the Hobbit franchise returns, writes Charles Gant

Charles Gant

25, Nov, 2014 @6:40 PM

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Winter Sleep review – a powerful meditation upon guilt
A pompous Anatolian hotelier comes down to earth in this compelling drama from Turkish auteur Nuri Bilge Ceylan, writes Mark Kermode

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

23, Nov, 2014 @9:00 AM

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Winter Sleep review | Peter Bradshaw’s film of the week
This chilly but touching Palme d’Or winner takes place against a mesmerisingly vast backdrop – in signature style from the Once Upon a Time in Anatolia director, writes Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw

20, Nov, 2014 @3:29 PM

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The Imitation Game cracks UK box office, Interstellar keeps high orbit
Second world war thriller starring Benedict Cumberbatch as codebreaker Alan Turing finds the perfect combination for success

Charles Gant

18, Nov, 2014 @2:53 PM

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Nuri Bilge Ceylan on Winter Sleep: ‘I don't like comedies – I don't like to laugh’
The Turkish director talks to Peter Bradshaw about the battles with distributors and fights with his wife in the creating of his Palme d’Or winning film

Peter Bradshaw

13, Nov, 2014 @6:04 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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The films to watch in autumn 2014: from Gone Girl to Mr Turner
The new Woody Allen, the new Mike Leigh, the new David Cronenberg … Plus David Fincher’s Gone Girl, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, the third Hobbit movie and the final films from Philip Seymour Hoffman and James Gandolfini

Peter Bradshaw, Catherine Shoard, Andrew Pulver, Henry Barnes and Xan Brooks

08, Sep, 2014 @10:45 AM

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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

Cannes festival ready for shut-eye after Winter Sleep wins Palme d'Or

The Cannes film festival has awarded its top honour to the film many tipped as winner before it even started. The rest of the jury's picks, however, were less predictable

Xan Brooks

24, May, 2014 @11:14 PM

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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

Cannes 2014: Winter Sleep takes Palme d'Or in ceremony of upsets

Turkish epic fulfils early predictions to take top prize, while Timothy Spall wins best actor for Mr Turner. But away from best film and best director, surprise wins were in store for Julianne Moore, Jean-Luc Godard and Xavier Dolan

Catherine Shoard

24, May, 2014 @6:11 PM

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