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From Ewan McGregor transforming into 70s fashion designer Halston to Joe Wright's adaptation of The Woman in the Window, starring Amy Adams, Netflix in May has a starry selection
The upcoming Netflix miniseries Halston, starring Ewan McGregor, will dramatise the glittering rise and fall of the king of the 70s disco scene
From David Fincher's black-and-white passion project Mank to Regina King's anti-racism drama One Night in Miami, here are this year's Oscars nominations
This French comedy-drama series on Netflix explores the world of agents and actors, featuring cameos from Juliette Binoche, Jean Reno, Isabelle Huppert and Sigourney Weaver
Ali Tabrizi's new and controversial Netflix documentary Seaspiracy confronts many issues around commercial fishing, but some questions still linger
A new Netflix documentary asks how your clothes make you feel. Your answer might be key to building a more sustainable wardrobe
From Lady Gaga's breakthrough role in A Star Is Born to Idris Elba playing a modern-day rancher in Concrete Cowboy, Netflix in April glitters with big stars and great movies
In this new French thriller, the music video director Franck (Sébastien Houbani) is assigned to make a video for the known gangster and aspiring rapper Tony (Abdramane Diakite)
Amy Poehler directs this feminist Gen-Z drama, set in a high school where sexism and toxicity are running rife. The introverted Vivian (Hadley Robinson) decides to act
From 80s classic Dirty Dancing with Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey to a new documentary about The Notorious B.I.G., Netflix in March has plenty to sing and dance about
Simona Brown stars as Louise, a secretary and single mother who gets stuck in a dangerous love triangle between David (Tom Bateman) and Adele (Eve Hewson)
From the heart-warming busyness of Was It Love? to the undead, medieval horrors of Kingdom, here are five K-dramas to keep on your radar
The Culture Whisper team has picked its favourite comedies now available to stream. From Fleabag to Parks and Recreation, this hilarious selection will keep you smiling through lockdown
From a teenager offering advice in Sex Education to a middle-aged couple reigniting their sex life in Wanderlust, here are the best sex comedies available on Netflix
Director Paul Greengrass directs this new Western, following the travelling newsreader Kidd (Tom Hanks) as he escorts a German girl (Helena Zengel) back to her family
This new Netflix soap opera follows best friends Tully (Katherine Heigl) and Kate (Sarah Chalke) as they grow from childhood to their 40s, trying to make it as journalists
Zendaya and John David Washington star in this housebound relationship drama from Euphoria writer Sam Levinson
From a caring Tom Hanks in Paul Greengrass' News of the World to a scary Lupita Nyong'o in Jordan Peele's Us, Netflix in February provides escape from Lockdown 3
Ralph Fiennes, Carey Mulligan, Johnny Flynn and Lily James star in this 30s period drama about the excavation of Sutton Hoo
Bridgerton was one of Netflix's most successful releases in 2020, but is it really worth watching? Our TV Editor Euan Franklin breaks down the reasons why it is
In Kornél Mundruzó's Netflix film Pieces of a Woman, Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf star as a couple recovering from a devastating loss.
From Pieces of a Woman to West Side Story, 2021 is littered with many great movies that are hopefully coming to cinemas (Covid permitting)
From Sex Education to The Pursuit of Love to Stranger Things 4, here's a list of our favourite TV shows slated for 2021 (Covid permitting)
From the contentious drama Pieces of a Woman with Vanessa Kirby to Olivia Wilde's ecstatic debut Booksmart with Kaitlyn Dever, Netflix in January delivers a great start to 2021
Our TV / Cinema Editor Euan Franklin chooses his favourite films of the year: from the chilling Saint Maud to Charlie Kaufman's latest brain-scratcher I'm Thinking of Ending Things
From the trials of being a female celebrity in I Hate Suzie to Michaela Coel's revolutionary comedy-drama I May Destroy You, 2020 has been awash with incredible TV
Featuring Chadwick Boseman's final performance, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom – based on the August Wilson play – follows a 1920s blues band recording their next album. Viola Davis also stars
From the return of The Vicar of Dibley with Dawn French to the new 70s serial killer drama The Serpent with Jenna Coleman, here's the best of Christmas TV 2020
From Home Alone to It's A Wonderful Life, Netflix, Disney Plus and Amazon Prime are full of Christmas treats. Have yourself a Merry little Christmas with our top picks
Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman and James Corden star in Ryan Murphy's latest project The Prom, based on the Broadway musical
David Fincher's 11th feature film follows the story of understated Hollywood screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz (Gary Oldman) as he pens the script for Citizen Kane
From David Fincher's examination of Citizen Kane in Mank to a final farewell to Chadwick Boseman in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Netflix in December is both cold and colourful