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A dark animated adventure that warns of the danger of dreams fulfilled
A young father revisits his childhood by moving back into his parents' home
Michel Piccoli and Severin Blanchet are astounding in this surreal, joyous movie
Kiefer Sutherland stars in a tedious horror film that could have been so much more
British musical 'Billy Elliot' gets 15 nominations for the 2009 Tony awards, announced today
Guest chairman Marc Jacobs arrives with Kate Moss, who co-chaired the event with Justin Timberlake. The theme of this year's exhibition and gala was 'The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion'
Martha Lane Fox, a judge of this year’s Orange Prize, chooses her favourite books written by women
Non-fiction: Anne Chisholm’s biography of the Bloomsbury group diarist unearths some fascinating new details
Non-fiction: R.W. Johnson offers a ripping audit of post-apartheid South Africa
Novel of the week: A classic Indian book from 1962 is published for the first time in Britain
As Islamic State militants close in on towns near the Turkish border, thousands of Kurds from Kobani in northern Syria have fled for their lives. Turkey has sent several tanks to take up positions near border villages hit recently by IS mortars.
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