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Rooftop Film Club announces June programme filled with iconic film anniversaries, the latest blockbusters and indie throwbacks
Based on one of the most ridiculous stories never told, Blackkklansman shows Spike Lee hasn’t lost his touch but that he may just be out of it
Somerset House and Film4 bring a curated selection of films to the great outdoors this week
Here's what you'll be watching next: the best – and worst – films coming out of the 2018 Cannes Film Festival
The HBO adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s classic Fahrenheit 451 updates the story in interesting and relevant ways, creating a true dystopian tale for our troubled times
Mads Mikkelsen shines in Arctic, a by-numbers but efficient one-man survival story directed with a sure hand by first-timer Joe Penna
The second Star Wars anthology film, Solo: A Star Wars Story, is a broadly enjoyable adventure with only a few standout moments and star turns
Star Trek at the Royal Albert Hall is accompanied live by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra
Star Trek Beyond screened at the Royal Albert Hall before live music by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
The screen has never sounded so good: soak up the biggest blockbusters, from Star Trek to Harry Potter, alongside a live orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall
A revenge story of cosmic proportions from visionary director Panos Cosmatos featuring a career-defining performance from Nicolas Cage, Mandy has us holding on to our seat
Cannes’ opening night: From influential director Asghar Farhadi and starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem, Everybody Knows (Todos Los Saben) is a fine-tuned family drama that sometimes falls flat
Starring Daniel Brühl and Rosamund Pike, Entebbe teases out one of the Middle East’s tensest moments but struggles to make us see events in a new light
Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers get the Secret Cinema treatment as Baz Lurhmann's hit film comes to life in a secret outdoor location
Saoirse Ronan stars in On Chesil Beach, an affecting if uneven adaptation of Ian McEwan's 2007 bestseller
A story of determination, endeavour and artistry: how Guo Pei penetrated haute couture's elite circle
Charlie Plummer makes a star turn in Lean on Pete, the latest from British writer-director Andrew Haigh about hardship with a soft heart centred on a boy and his horse
Redoubtable is an amusing and self-aware take on the life of one of France's most celebrated auteurs
Immersive cinema is having a moment in London: here are the ultimate cinematic experiences this city has to offer
Juno director Jason Reitman's latest portrait of motherhood, Tully sees Charlize Theron and Mackenzie Davis bond but makes a minor misstep at the very end
Featuring convincing performances from Jessie Buckley and Johnny Flynn, Beast is a gripping crime thriller which follows a 27-year old unleashing her wild side after meeting a mysterious local
Film, fizz and food: an evening of champagne, movies and luxurious three course meal in One Aldwych
The latest outing from Four Weddings and a Funeral director, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society needs a little less bliss and little more bite
Gold Whisper members see Juliette Binoche in Let the Sunshine In at the French Institute
An accomplished debut from French director Xavier Legrand, Custody is a masterclass in Hitchcockian suspense centred on a child stuck in his parents' broken marriage
Starring Dwayne Johnson and Naomie Harris, Rampage is a mildly satisfying slash-and-burn disaster movie that ends up more exhausting than exhilarating
Adapted from the successful stage play, Ghost Stories centres on a skeptical parapsychologist trying to resolve three 'unexplainable' cases, featuring Paul Whitehouse, Alex Lawther and Martin Freeman
Featuring Julianne Moore and Michelle Williams, Wonderstruck follows two tales that intertwine, separated by 50 years, but both seeking answers to the same mystery
Celebrating their 10th anniversary, Secret Cinema returns to London with an immersive extravaganza inspired by the classic Blade Runner: The Final Cut
From a moving tale of physical recovery to Wes Anderson's latest creation: the best films out in cinemas now
The latest quirky and colourful animated adventure from Wes Anderson, Isle of Dogs follows a bunch of canines stranded off Japan’s coast and features an incredibly characterful all-star voice cast
In a deeply human portrayal, Paddy Considine directs and stars alongside Jodie Whittaker in Journeyman, the story of a boxing champion who must rebuild his life