"We all live and struggle in our own darkness, and I think cinema has to portray that. Sometimes we do it better, sometimes it works out and it connects with more or less people, but that’s the job: to create a reflection that could go anywhere." - Pablo Larraín, Film Comment
Ed Perkins' compelling but elusive documentary pieces together a troubled life using footage captured by the press, sans narration
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From a truly original biopic to the latest Marvel adventure, here's what to watch this weekend at home and in the capital...
Kristen Stewart dazzles as Princess Diana in this beautiful, horrifying drama set over three nightmarish days in 1991
The Personal Shopper actor will play the Princess of Wales in Pablo Larrain's film about a dramatic weekend, co-starring Timothy Spall
As the strangest of cinematic years draws to a close, our writers pick their favourite films, from unconventional biopics to essential docs
With the year at its halfway point, our writers choose their favourite films so far, from audacious biopics to timely social satires
Netflix's new lockdown anthology series collects shorts from filmmakers around the world, including Kristen Stewart and Paolo Sorrentino. But how do they compare?
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