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Anne channels its pain and rage into a call for justice for the Hillsborough families

Maxine Peake is the driving force of this four-part series set in the aftermath of the 1989 Hillsborough Stadium disaster.

By Kate Stables

Anne channels its pain and rage into a call for justice for the Hillsborough families
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Nightmare Alley: Guillermo del Toro returns with a creepy carnival noir

By Kim Newman

Nightmare Alley: Guillermo del Toro returns with a creepy carnival noir
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Memory Box turns its directors’ personal archives into art

By Katherine McLaughlin

Memory Box turns its directors’ personal archives into art
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The best video essays of 2021

By Ariel Avissar

The best video essays of 2021
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Belfast is Kenneth Branagh’s flawed but moving portrait of the Troubles

By Trevor Johnston

Belfast is Kenneth Branagh’s flawed but moving portrait of the Troubles
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The Matrix: Resurrections is a welcome antidote to generic blockbusters

By Adam Nayman

The Matrix: Resurrections is a welcome antidote to generic blockbusters
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Apichatpong on Memoria, his odyssey into the soundscapes of Colombia

By Tony Rayns

Apichatpong on Memoria, his odyssey into the soundscapes of Colombia
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Our November 2021 issue

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“It was fairly anarchic…” Nick Broomfield recalls Greek cinema under the stars with all-natural extras

By Nick Broomfield

“It was fairly anarchic…” Nick Broomfield recalls Greek cinema under the stars with all-natural extras

Ten key cinema workers on the way out of lockdown

By Katie McCabe

Ten key cinema workers on the way out of lockdown

Let there be projector light: 80 films that take us inside cinemas

By Thomas Flew

Let there be projector light: 80 films that take us inside cinemas
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Keeping a distance: Chantal Akerman’s Jeanne Dielman

By Janet Bergstrom

Keeping a distance: Chantal Akerman’s Jeanne Dielman

An audience with Howard Hawks

By Joseph McBride

An audience with Howard Hawks

Rhapsody in blue: Barry Jenkins on Moonlight

By Gaylene Gould

Rhapsody in blue: Barry Jenkins on Moonlight
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