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‘Roma’ is Cuarõn’s tour de force

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‘Roma’ is Cuarõn’s tour de force

by Lucy Scholes

The Oscar-winning director's latest venture does not disappoint.
Could a Roald Dahl universe be Netflix’s golden ticket?

Television

Could a Roald Dahl universe be Netflix’s golden ticket?

by Olive Pometsey

The streaming service has announced a new series based on the novelist’s books, but messing with childhood favourites is a dangerous game.
Sabrina settled her $50m lawsuit with the Satanic Temple

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Sabrina settled her $50m lawsuit with the Satanic Temple

by Simon Doherty

Satan won.
Dressing the part: How ‘House of Cards’ tackles presidential style

Television

Dressing the part: How ‘House of Cards’ tackles presidential style

by Susannah Butter

Frank Underwood is gone. America has a new President, his wife, and she is changing how politics is conducted.
Someone must save ‘Luke Cage’

Television

Someone must save ‘Luke Cage’

by Matthew d'Ancona

Netflix have cancelled the excellent Marvel TV show – who will ride to its rescue?
Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Roma’ is spellbinding cinema

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Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Roma’ is spellbinding cinema

by Matthew d'Ancona

The highly anticipated film is nothing short of a masterpiece.
All across the Movieverse

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All across the Movieverse

by Peter Hoskin

Cinema is expanding into other artforms, while other artforms expand into it, so that few of the old divisions remain.
Learning to live Nappily Ever After

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Learning to live Nappily Ever After

by Olive Pometsey

Netflix's new film tackles the politics of Afro hair, taking the natural hair movement to new heights.
Emily, Claire, my desire

Television

Emily, Claire, my desire

by David Thomson

Last night, Claire Foy won an Emmy for her role in ‘The Crown’. This is an essay about her and Emily Blunt from our Inaugural Issue.