Ben Whishaw

Limonov: The Ballad – first-look review

By Isaac Feldberg

Ben Whishaw rises to the occasion of essaying the poet, provocateur and political dissident Eduard Limonov.

Passages review – a tantalising romantic car-crash

By David Jenkins

Ira Sachs returns with an intimate, intense three-hander about a Fassbinder-like film director played by the great Franz Rogowski.

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Women Talking

By Lillian Crawford

A group of women in a remote Mennonite colony meet in secret in Sarah Polley's moving adaptation of Miriam Toews' novel.

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Passages – first-look review

By David Jenkins

Ira Sachs returns with an intimate, intense three-hander about a Fassbinder-like film director played by the great Franz Rogowski.

Women Talking – first-look review

By Saffron Maeve

A group of women meet in secret to discuss escaping their abusive, isolated colony in Sarah Polley's adaptation of Miriam Towes' novel.

Ira Sachs’ next film will focus on a queer love triangle of European festival darlings

By Charles Bramesco

Franz Rogowski and Ben Whishaw play lovers driven apart when one of them has an affair with Adèle Exarchopoulos.

Surge

By Josh Slater-Williams

A powder-keg performance from Ben Whishaw powers this visceral London-set crime thriller.

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No Time to Die gets an action-stuff, neon-soaked new trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Daniel Craig’s 007 will return to brick-and-mortar cinemas in November, by gum.

Jessica Hausner: ‘Happiness is overrated’

By Adam Woodward

The Lourdes and Amour Fou filmmaker on her unsettling English-language debut, Little Joe.

Little Joe

By David Jenkins

A botanist develops a revolutionary new plant in Jessica Hausner’s sci-fi tinged social parable.

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007 returns in the first No Time to Die trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Cary Joji Fukunaga’s film will be the actor’s final appearance in the iconic tux.

Iannucci does Dickens in The Personal History of David Copperfield trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Dev Patel stars as the plucky orphan of the 19th century literary legend.

The Personal History of David Copperfield – first look review

By Hannah Strong

A light and lovely Dickens adaptation with Dev Patel revealing his immense comic chops in the title role.

Little Joe – first look review

By Adam Woodward

A new species of plant poses a threat to humanity in Jessica Hausner’s quietly chilling sci-fi.

New casting for Bond 25 revealed in broadcast from Jamaica

By Charles Bramesco

New baddie Rami Malek will be joined by Ana de Armas and Billy Magnussen.

Mary Poppins Returns

By David Jenkins

Everyone’s favourite magical child carer is back in this strangely bland and uncatchy modern refit.

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Paddington 2

By David Jenkins

The friendly little bear spends some time behind bars in this fantastically delightful family sequel.

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