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Mahershala Ali: ‘There’s been a systematic diminishing of voices of colour’

By Rowan Woods

One half of the cross-country buddy comedy Green Book muses on changing political attitudes in Hollywood.

Green Book

By Adam Woodward

Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali embark on a tour of the Jim Crow south in Peter Farrelly’s crowd-pleasing buddy comedy.

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David Cronenberg’s Eastern Promises is getting a sequel

By Dan Einav

And it’s being helmed by Locke writer/director Steven Knight.

Why are films that take us off the grid on the rise?

By James Luxford

Captain Fantastic is the latest in a long line of dramas to explore the allure of being disconnected from the modern world.

Captain Fantastic

By David Jenkins

Viggo Mortensen goes off-piste with mixed results in this homely family drama.

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Captain Fantastic – first look review

By Ed Frankl

Viggo Mortensen stars as a doting forest-dwelling father in this impressive debut from writer/director Matt Ross.

Viggo Mortensen: ‘I love working with directors who resist explaining things’

By David Jenkins

The actor on football, festivals and films that ask lots of questions but don’t give away all the answers.

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