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  • Toon of the month: Horse

    Chris Robinson on Shen Jie’s boggling, mesmerising horse play, another gem from China’s budding animation scene.

    Chris Robinson
    Sunday 24 July 2016

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    Review: Star Trek Beyond

    As written by fanboy Simon Pegg and directed (a little too fast and furiously) by Justin Lin, this transitory episode of the intergalactic franchise breaks little new ground, but has plenty of strengths to play to, says Kim Newman.

    Kim Newman
    Friday 22 July 2016

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    Film of the week: Chevalier

    Mean men: Athina Rachel Tsangari’s feminist portrait of men without women is a dark satire of the neoliberal games we must play, says Erika Balsom.

    Erika Balsom
    Thursday 21 July 2016

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    Film of the week: The Hard Stop

    Before Mark Duggan’s death, and after: Ros Cranston on a stylish and potent inside view of the lives around the man whose killing triggered the 2011 England riots.

    Ros Cranston
    Thursday 14 July 2016

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    Film of the week: Weiner

    All on camera: Leigh Singer on Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg’s highly entertaining, stranger-than-satire portrait of the self-combusting NYC politician.

    Leigh Singer
    Thursday 7 July 2016

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    Film of the week: From Afar

    Still lives: last year’s Venice Golden Lion winner is a tautly minimalist, darkly brave study of male intimacy across the tracks in Venezuela, says Demetrios Matheou.

    Demetrios Matheou
    Friday 1 July 2016

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    Film of the week: No Home Movie

    Nick Pinkerton reviews the late Chantal Akerman’s final testimonial to her mother, her wellspring.

    Nick Pinkerton
    Monday 27 June 2016

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    Film of the week: Cemetery of Splendour

    Things to do in Thailand when you’re in purgatory: Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s latest takes the pulse of a sleep-sick nation, says Tony Rayns.

    Tony Rayns
    Friday 17 June 2016

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    Film of the week: Fire at Sea

    The lives of others: nonfiction master Gianfranco Rosi depicts daily life and unconscionable tragedy back to back on the Mediterranean frontier island of Lampedusa – and asks us how to connect them, says Trevor Johnston.

    Trevor Johnston
    Friday 10 June 2016

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  • Lancing corruption in Line of Duty and Undercover

    Two recent BBC hit series mine real-life institutional crookedness for drama, better or worse – but they’d be more truly gripping if they didn’t fence us off from it, argues Gaylene Gould.

    Gaylene Gould
    Friday 3 June 2016

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