Fiction: Colm Toibin’s injects rare warmth into his novel about an Irishwoman forced to emigrate to New York
Non-fiction: Richard Vinen’s zippy book takes a neutral look at Margaret Thatcher’s legacy
Fiction: Reviewers are gripped by Hilary Mantel’s revisionist take on life in the service of Henry VIII
The playwright and film director who made his mark with In the Company of Men, chooses his favourite books
A new book by legendary fashion editor Evelina Khromtchenko names Roman Abramovich’s girlfriend as a key revolutionary of the new-look Russia
The eleventh film in the ancient franchise hasn't been this hip since the 1960s
Beautifully filmed, partially accurate biopic of Salvador Dali, Federico Garcia Lorca and Luis Bunuel
Documentary that follows the children from across Europe competing in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
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
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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