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Woody Allen and Diane Keaton in Annie Hall
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We all love Annie Hall 40 years on

It's everyone's favourite Woody Allen film, voted funniest screenplay ever. Forty years after Annie Hall was released, Nathan Abrams considers its lasting appeal.

Nathan Abrams

Yesterday, 11:01

We all love Annie Hall 40 years on
  • Film

    When the zoo became a place to hide

    A new film tells the astonishing true story of a Warsaw couple who smuggled Jewish families from the ghettos and hid them from Hitler's killers in the basement of a zoo

    James Mottram

    Friday, April 21, 2017

    When the zoo became a place to hide
  • Alan Arkin, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine in Going In Style
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    Review: Going in Style

    Anne Joseph find a heist comedy sweet but unsatisfying

    Anne Joseph

    Friday, April 7, 2017

    Review: Going in Style
  • Saar Maoz
    Film

    At peace with myself at last

    His family rejected him because he was gay. But when a film was made about Saar Maoz, it helped him confront the past.

    Stephen Applebaum

    Thursday, April 6, 2017

    At peace with myself at last
  • Film

    Review: Another Mother's Son

    Jenny Seagrove stars in this true story of a Jersey woman who who hid an escaped Russian PoW from the Nazis

    Anne Joseph

    Thursday, March 23, 2017

    Review: Another Mother's Son
  • Film

    Review: Certain Women

    Stephen Applebaum wasn't convinced by a quiet triptych of stories.

    Stephen Applebaum

    Monday, March 6, 2017

    Review: Certain Women
  • Lior Geller's film Roads
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    The art of the short

    What's the secret of making short films that sparkle? These Israeli film-makers make every second count.

    Anne Joseph

    Monday, March 6, 2017

    The art of the short
  • Anat and Sylva revisit the airport where the hijack attempt took place
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    Risking death for freedom

    In a new film, a daughter tells the story of the hijack plot which led to a death sentence for her father.

    Colin Shindler

    Thursday, February 2, 2017

    Risking death for freedom
  • Devorah Baum
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    Review: The New Man

    A film which focuses on the profound emotions on the difficult path to parenthood

    Anne Joseph

    Thursday, February 2, 2017

    Review: The New Man
  • A still from the documentary No Asylum.
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    No Asylum: The Untold Chapter of Anne Frank's Story

    A new documentary about thwarted attempts by Anne Frank's father to move his family to safety in the US, has contemporary resonance, says Stephen Applebaum.

    Stephen Applebaum

    Monday, January 30, 2017

    No Asylum: The Untold Chapter of Anne Frank's Story
  • Rachel Weisz as Deborah Lipstadt
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    Review: Denial

    A movie that meticulously sticks to the facts.

    Stephen Applebaum

    Thursday, January 26, 2017

    Review: Denial
  • Film

    Our diary of new life — and loss

    Devorah Baum and Josh Appignanesi on a remarkable, and very personal, new film.

    Devorah Baum and Josh Appignanesi

    Friday, January 20, 2017

    Our diary of new life — and loss
  • Film

    Steven Berkoff's ultimate comfort food

    The actor, writer, director whose CV stretches from thoughtful stage plays to Hollywood blockbusters, has made a documentary film about the Jewish diner he loves.

    Keren David

    Friday, January 20, 2017

    Steven Berkoff's ultimate comfort food
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    Review: Jackie

    An intimate portrayal of a First Lady in shock

    Anne Joseph

    Thursday, January 19, 2017

    Review: Jackie
  • Deborah Lipstadt (played by Rachel Weisz) and her legal team, including James Libson, played by Jack Lowden, second from right.
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    I thought we’d beaten hate — I was wrong

    James Libson was part of the legal team that acted for Deborah Lipstadt when David Irving sued her for libel. As a film about the case is released he is shocked by some responses.

    James Libson

    Friday, January 13, 2017

    I thought we’d beaten hate — I was wrong