Film & TV.
TV Review: Wolf Hall Series 1 Episode 2: ‘Entirely Beloved’
The second episode in this historic saga is a bit slow but still exceedingly compelling, says Laura Flannigan
This drumming drama bends the music film genre with sheer intensity, says Alfie Packham
Chris Owen asks: what purpose do the Oscars serve, and what does the controversy about this year’s nominations mean?
Alicia Vikander gives a flawless performance in a powerful adaptation of Vera Brittain’s First World War memoir, says Liz Tresidder
The acclaimed crime drama returns with a killer facing trial. Clare Hall reviews
Three new dramas explore gay life for different generations. James Humpish reviews
Everything’s happening in Broadchurch this week – Clare Hall worries that it’s moving too fast
Nouse film and TV writers discuss the new releases we’re most looking forward to in 2015
Michael Keaton gives a towering performance in a stunning film about a washed-up actor’s seemingly doomed comeback, says Thomas Shutt
The eagerly-awaited adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s acclaimed Tudor saga hit our screens this week. Laura Flannigan reviews
The Nouse Film and TV team share more of the 2015 films we’re most excited about
A stellar cast can’t make up for a lack of narrative drive in this adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s fairy tale musical, says Rhys Thompson
The biopic of Stephen and Jane Hawking does its subjects a disservice, says Thomas Shutt