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In Apollo 11, Todd Douglas Miller beautifully follows the first manned mission to the Moon in 1969 - using never-before-seen footage taken from the time
In Yesterday, Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis join forces to make a Beatles-coated romcom. After a worldwide blackout, Jack (Himesh Patel) is the only person to remember The Beatles
From the newest horror film to scare you silly to a comforting update on an all-time classic – the movie calendar for July 2019 is high in emotions
On the eve of a royal wedding, a stranger tries to lighten the sombre mood of the princess bride, in Offenbach's tender opera, being given its first UK staging
Georgia Parris' assured debut feature blends contemporary dance and moving drama, with choreography from Punchdrunk
From a horror house to a gamer's paradise, via the War of the Worlds, VR experiences to try in London
Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep and friends are back in Pixar's most soulful film in years – Toy Story 4 delivers enough love and laughter for a lifetime
Men in Black: International offers new agents and a new story within a well-known world, but there's little reason for this reboot to exist
The James Bond / Secret Cinema immersive film experience is a perfect partnership between two glamorous operations, offering impressive decadence and mystery
Tremendous new production of Verdi's opera with appeal to both the Brief Encounter and Fleabag generations
Verdi's unflinching opera shows a society intolerant of other lands and other religions
The Miley Cyrus Black Mirror episode imagines a not-too-distant reality in which pop music substitutes human connection, with middling results
Anthony Mackie's Black Mirror episode follows the path established by San Junipero and Be Right Back to suggest a dream more than a nightmare
In Late Night, Emma Thompson plays a talk show host in need of change. Mindy Kaling writes the searing comedy that impressed Sundance
A new documentary chronicles the life of sex therapist Ruth Westheimer, from her childhood surviving the Holocaust to her rise as a pop culture icon
Barbican cinema discounts, 2 for 1 tickets and cheap day Tuesday: we round up where to buy and how to get cheap cinema tickets in London
Holliday Grainger and Alia Shawkat star as two thirtysome best friends in Animals, a hedonistic portrait of female love in Dublin
Octavia Spencer runs wild in Ma, a Blumhouse horror with much more bark than bite. Luke Evans, Diana Silvers and Alison Janney co-star
Lover, nobleman, scoundrel, liar, cheat... They all roll into one in the character of Don Giovanni, but morality will win the day in a new production by Michael Boyd
Jim Cummings stakes his claim as a fresh tragi-comic auteur to watch with Thunder Road, telling the story of a Texan police officer on the brink of a breakdown
Jennifer Kent made her name with The Babadook and returned to Sundance with a period horror lacking in tension, instead filled with violence
Young lovers thwart the commercial ambitions of greedy parents when they attempt to put their daughter on the market, in Smetana's lively opera
Awkwafina makes her first foray into drama with The Farewell, a moving story about family, loss and conflicting cultures
Winner of the Grand Prix in Cannes, Mati Diop's debut feature Atlantics is a beguiling and mysterious love story
South Korean auteur Bong Joon-ho wins the Palme d'Or in Cannes with scathing black comedy Parasite – shocking, thrilling, entertaining in equal measure
Céline Sciamma's period romance premiered in competition in Cannes – its exquisite beauty impressing audiences without fail
Buckle up for Rocketman: Elton John's fantasy comes to life in Cannes with glorious musical pizzazz. Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell and Richard Madden star
Ira Sachs returns to Cannes with Frankie, an ensemble family drama led by Isabelle Huppert and Brendan Gleeson in the Portugese sunshine
If the offer is too good to be true, it's a con. But when Faust is down on his luck, he falls for such a deal, in Berlioz's timeless opera.
In Once Upon A Time ... in Hollywood, Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie return. Tarantino's ninth feature rocked Cannes this year
Famed Spanish auteur Pedro Almodóvar directs Antonio Banderas and Penélope Cruz in Pain and Glory, premiering in the Official Selection in Cannes
Terrence Malick returns to the Cannes Competition with A Hidden Life, an achingly beautiful blend of true events and meditative romance