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Soul of a barman

Film: OFTEN in films we are given a privileged point of view, let into a secret long before anyone on screen is. But sometimes, as in The Drop (Cert. 15), we are excluded from the information necessary to work it out

Kick-started festive fun

Kick-started festive fun

Stephen Brown sees the third Nativity

Rapture as horror flick

Stephen Brown on The Remaining, claimed to be the first-ever faith-based horror film 

Plenty of spirituality about

Stephen Brown surveys the 58th London Film Festival

Kindness in another’s trouble

Kindness in another’s trouble

Stephen Brown sees a gripping film parable

Possession and the policeman

Possession and the policeman

Stephen Brown sees films on current release in cinemas

Matchmaking minus schmaltz

Stephen Brown enjoys a film that avoids Jewish stereotypes

Locked in an asylum

Locked in an asylum

Stephen Brown sees a new film about art and transcendence

Imitation of Christ

Imitation of Christ

William Dundas sees a new film from Germany

Kingdoms earthly and heavenly

Kingdoms earthly and heavenly

Stephen Brown sees new cinema releases

Soul-searching with a camera

Soul-searching with a camera

MANY came to admire Jane Bown through her photographs in The Observer. There is a stunning luminosity about them which is truly soul-searching. In the documentary Looking for Light: Jane Bown, there is a great deal about souls, hers and others'.

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Forward in Faith looks to the future

Forward in Faith looks to the future

THERE was talk of "going forward with confidence"...

Sainsbury’s Christmas ad criticised

Sainsbury’s Christmas ad criticised

A PRIEST from West Yorkshire is among at least 240...

Readings: Christ the King

Ezekiel 34.11-16, 20-24; Ephesians 1.15-end; Matthew 25.31-end  Eternal...

Resignations and retirements

AINSWORTH. The Revd Michael Ainsworth, Rector of St...

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Finding life over death

Finding life over death

Denise Inge, who died on Easter Day this year, discovered that her home was built over a charnel house. This prompted her to write a book exploring the challenge of living well in the face of mortality  Subscribe to read more

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Fighting inequality and corruption in the world

Efforts are being made to combat corruption and sharp practice in global finance. Peter Selby has seen this at first hand  Subscribe to read more

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