Films on TV, October 10-16: including Interstellar and The Price of PeaceSubscriber content
Issue 3934 1st Oct 2015
Time, space, love and Tame Iti.
Films on TV, October 3-9: including Drive and Banksy Does New York
Issue 3933 24th Sep 2015
Arthouse getaway meets guerrilla graffiti.
Films on TV, September 26-October 2: including Kill the MessengerSubscriber content
Issue 3932 17th Sep 2015
A guide to the week’s viewing.
Films on TV, September 19-25: including The Kick and CitizenfourSubscriber content
Issue 3931 10th Sep 2015
Heroism on and off the rugby field.
Films on TV, September 12-18: including Dredd and JawsSubscriber content
Issue 3930 4th Sep 2015
From monster shoot-outs to the monster that changed movies.
Films on TV, September 5-11: including Dinosaur 13 and The Great GatsbySubscriber content
Issue 3929 27th Aug 2015
A David and Goliath battle over the largest T-rex skeleton the world has ever seen, and Baz Luhrmann adapts F Scott Fitzgerald with bells on.
Films on TV, August 29-September 4: including Boyhood and Steve Jobs: The Lost InterviewSubscriber content
Issue 3928 20th Aug 2015
12 years in which a boy becomes a man, and an unearthed interview captures the Apple founder on the brink.
Films on TV, August 22-28: including 20,000 Days on Earth
Issue 3927 13th Aug 2015
Nick Cave's day-in-the-life documentary is sad and compelling.
Films on TV, including The Hunt and The Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelSubscriber content
Issue 3926 6th Aug 2015
Mads Mikkelsen picked up Best Actor at Cannes for his performance as Lucas, a lonely divorcee falsely accused of abusing a child.