The dogs of Budapest rebel against their human oppressors in Mundruczó prize-winning feature

David Robert Mitchell’s low-budget horror nods to the genre’s greats while being entirely original

Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, Judi Dench and other nice people amble through a plot culled from a 1970s sitcom

The big con: Will Smith and Margot Robbie in Focus

Will Smith keeps it on auto-pilot; Margot Robbie looks like she wants to flee

Jack Reynor (Glassland, What Richard Did) at the launch of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festrival. Photograph: Eric Luke

Kenneth Branagh, Julie Andrews and Russell Crowe lined up as part of festival bill

Breathtakingly abysmal: Jennifer Lopez in The Boy Next Door

Jennifer Lopez makes an ill-judged return as an English teacher who makes friends with hunk-next-door/total psychopath Ryan Guzman

Director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, who won the Best Picture award for ‘Birdman’. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images.

‘Birdman’ and ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ each take four awards at 87th ceremony

Oscar winners (left to right): Best Actor in a Supporting Role JK Simmons, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Patricia Arquette, Actress in a Leading Role Julianne Moore and Actor in a Leading Role Eddie Redmayne, in the press room of the 87th Academy Awards held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles. Photograph: Ian West/PA Wire

Alejandro González Iñárritu’s satire and Grand Budapest Hotel both receive four awards

A woman walks up the stairs to the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, hours before arrivals for the Academy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 22nd, 2015. Photograph: REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Neil Patrick Harris expected to bring technological savvy and old-school showbiz oomph

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