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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

Laurel and Hardy: Two angels of our time

As 'Stan & Ollie' is released in UK cinemas, Martin Chilton reflects upon the duo’s astonishing impact on modern culture 

The unlikely rise of The Favourite director Yorgos Lanthimos

Clarisse Loughrey explores the Greek director’s rise from niche oddity to box-office success and Academy Award frontrunner

How Tom Hanks fought homophobia and changed his career in Philadelphia

Director Jonathan Demme’s plan was for Andrew Beckett to be sympathetic to mainstream audiences, who might have never met a gay person let alone possess a nuanced understanding of Aids, writes Ed Power

Can Roma become the first foreign language film to win Best Picture?

It has the best chance of any foreign language feature in history of achieving the accolade