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Moffie Review

The roots of toxic masculinity in South Africa

See new images from Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi blockbuster Dune

More images offer a closer look at what to expect from the Frank Herbert adaptation

Here We Are trailer: Meryl Streep and co. take us on a trip around the wonders of our world

Oliver Jeffers' hugely successful kids book is brought to life on Apple+

Corona trailer: The first film about the coronavirus has already been made

We didn't have to wait too long to get a first full-length thriller about the coronavirus

The Whalebone Box trailer: Director Andrew Kötting's new documentary arrives on MUBI next month

The maverick director takes us on another pilgrimage - this time across the UK

The Woman Who Ran trailer: Hong Sang-soo returns to Berlin in typical minimalist style

The South Korean director's 24th feature plays in competition at the prestigious festival

The Rhythm Section Review

With such dizzying visuals and questionable narrative and character developments, The Rhythm Section fails to hit the mark.

The Rhythm Section new trailer: Blake Lively masters her breathing to become a stone cold killer

A final look at the book adaptation before it arrives in cinemas next week

The Street Review

East London faces up to the dangers of gentrification

The Street trailer: The changing face of Hoxton, East London

Hackney locals face up to the unwelcome modernisation of their neighbourhood

Moffie trailer: A young man fights to save his identity in Apartheid South Africa

Director Oliver Hermanus‘ film plays in competition at LFF next month

The Weeping Woman trailer: A mysterious maid seeks to hand out long overdue justice

Jayro Bustamante's new film plays in competition at this year's LFF

I Am Patrick Swayze trailer: A retrospective of the actor's life and career

The latest instalment of the I Am series looks back on one of Hollywood's biggest sex symbols of the 80s and 90s

XY Chelsea Review

Released only a week after Chelsea Manning was sent back to prison, Tim Travers Hawkins' timely documentary arrives in cinemas