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Black Mirror ‘Arkangel’ review – Big parent is watching you

By Roxanne Sancto

This episode from Season 4 offers a quietly chilling near-future vision of an over-protective society.

Are some films actually better suited to smaller screens?

By Stephen Puddicombe

The terrifying intimacy of The Silence of the Lambs lends it to a different kind of viewing experience.

Money Monster

By David Jenkins

Jodie Foster swings for the Wall Street fat cats and misses by miles in this thin thriller which premiered in Cannes.

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#CannesSoMale? Not So Fast…

By Sarah Jilani

The Cannes Film Festival is slowly but surely setting out to promote gender equality, and others will follow.

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