The laughs are tinged with barbs and pathos in the Coens’ evocative, stylised depiction of a struggling NYC folkie circa 1961

What better way to get you through the dark winter nights than beneath the flickering lights of a warm movie theatre? Donald Clarke runs through all the cinema releases between now and the new year

From its all-star cast and super-yacht backdrops, to the grit and grime of its underground market, Cannes is still the world’s most important film festival


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How does a post-Brexit world shape the identity and relationship of these islands

Inquests into the nightclub fire that led to the deaths of 48 people