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The 10 best Cate Blanchett films

As the Australian actor appears in a controversial new play at the National Theatre, we count down her most memorable on-screen performances

Why the Fyre Festival documentaries were so terrifying

In the new Hulu and Netflix documentaries, Billy McFarland said one thing about influencer culture that should alarm us all, writes our columnist Lucy Jones

Why Colette will open the door to more queer period dramas

Colette's writing is on the school syllabus in France, where Clémence Michallon grew up. But the new film starring Keira Knightley tells a whole different story 

Colette exposes how men have taken credit for women’s work

Keira Knightley stars as the writer whose work was published under her husband’s name. She’s one of many unsung women whose stories Hollywood is shining a light on, finds Clarisse Loughrey

In Mary Poppins Returns, Disney's magical nanny is here to save us all

Cast members and the film's director tell Clarisse Loughrey what they thought about Emily Blunt stepping into Julie Andrews's shoes

Can Aquaman and Wonder Woman save the DC superhero universe?

Clarisse Loughrey looks at what's gone wrong for the DCEU franchise – and asks whether popular characters like Harley Quinn can make things right again 

How It’s a Wonderful Life became an enduring Christmas classic

Frank Capra and James Stewart's tale of a man on the verge of suicide failed to do well in cinemas, but then became an enduring festive classic. As it's re-released in the UK, Alexandra Pollard explores why

The only shocking thing about Lars von Trier’s serial killer film

Our columnist Lucy Jones argues that by simply presenting graphic images of violence against women in The House that Jack Built, the controversial Danish director does nothing that hasn’t been done thousands of times before