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Review ‘They Shot the Piano Player’: a deeply felt portrait of a virtuoso who found himself in the crosshairs of a police state

Fernando Trueba and Javier Mariscal perform a tricky balancing act in their new feature film, celebrating the intoxicating rhythm of bossa nova while also...

‘We recall with great affection her long life, devoted service and all she meant to so many of us’: King Charles’s moving tribute to...

The King paid a moving tribute to his beloved mother as the nation marks the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's death.In an unprecedented break...

Theresa May portrait unveiled in Parliament

The former prime minister is pictured holding a lily of the valley,...

‘Priscilla’ Review: Sofia Coppola’s Quietly Influencing Portrait of Priscilla Presley’s Years with Elvis

For a large part of Priscilla, Sofia Coppola's understated but poignant repositioning of the Elvis myth from the perspective of the woman who was...

‘Janet Planet’ Review: Julianne Nicholson and Zoe Ziegler Redefine the Mother-Daughter Portrait in Annie Baker’s Exquisite Debut

Annie Baker's remarkable plays are deceptively sparse works in which very little happens in terms of the essence of conventional drama. Instead, with...

Colman Domingo delivers an exciting portrait of the March on Washington’s architect in ‘Rustin’ trailer

The first trailer for RustinNetflix's upcoming movie about the life and work of Bayard Rustin, the openly gay black civil rights leader and architect...


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