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Frances McDormand plays a flinty, 60-something widow, but is surrounded by real figures from the non-fiction book, playing themselves.
Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan star as windswept lovers in a movie that is more than just “Portrait of a Lady with Fossils”.
A dearth of glossier and more extravagant “event” movies has given Nomadland and other small films a greater chance of winning.
In this new biopic, the director Lee Daniels has followed the example of Lady Sings the Blues by casting an established music star as Holiday.
It is Hanks’s curiosity, his intentness as he watches and listens, which lends him definition.
Though most aren’t showing in cinemas, a handful of streaming releases try to make the season bright.
New Statesman critic Ryan Gilbey chooses his top movies of the year.
Collaging home movies and contemporary footage, Time is an impressionistic study of one woman’s attempts to see her husband released from jail.
The history of the RAR movement, from Eric Clapton's racist comments in 1976 to the 1978 Victoria Park concert.
Kaufman's I'm Thinking of Ending Things is a philosophical comedy-horror available on Netflix; while Nolan's Tenet is an action spectacular only showing in theatres.
Drew Dixon's experiences with Russell Simmons show how racism has helped to silence black rape victims.