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The Killing of a Sacred Deer

By Trevor Johnston

Yorgos Lanthimos is up to his old tricks in this typically strange and idiosyncratic psycho-thriller.

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The Beguiled

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Sofia Coppola’s steamy Southern potboiler is her most arresting and assured movie to date.

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Cannes Film Festival 2017 – The winners

By David Jenkins

The world’s greatest film festival is over for another year, and here are all the films that received awards.

Cannes Film Festival 2017: Palme d’Or predictions

By David Jenkins

Three scenarios for who might win big at this year’s prize giving.

Why more actors need to take a leaf out of Nicole Kidman’s book

By Amy Bowker

She’s pledged to work with a female director every 18 months in a bid for greater gender equality.

Top of the Lake: China Girl – first look review

By Matt Hoffman

Jane Campion and Elisabeth Moss return for a brilliant second season of this atmospheric crime saga.

The Killing of a Sacred Deer – first look review

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

A nasty case of dramatic inertia blights Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest black comedy.

Watch the trailer for Werner Herzog’s Queen of the Desert

By Jack Godwin

Nicole Kidman stars in this true story of a woman who defied an empire.

How Big Little Lies reveals the underlying pressures of American society

By Roxanne Sancto

The hit HBO show focuses on the emotional realities of three mothers.

Lion

By David Jenkins

Dev Patel plays a displaced orphan retracing his roots in Garth Davis’ sentimental drama.

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30 TV shows you can’t afford to miss in 2017

By Little White Lies

Must-see series coming your way next year including Taboo, American Gods and Stranger Things.

Stoker

By Adam Woodward

Operatic style can’t paste over the meagre, far-fetched substance in Oldboy director Park Chan-wook’s English-language debut.

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