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Stephen Brown sees a portmanteau film

What three Rio teenagers do with a landfill windfall

What three Rio teenagers do with a landfill windfall

Stephen Brown sees a BAFTA-nominated tale of Brazil's poor

Monk, nun, and whale

Monk, nun, and whale

Stephen Brown sees two films on DVD

Redemption loses out to endurance

Stephen Brown on the partially told tale of Louis Zamperini

Across sea and wilderness

Across sea and wilderness

Stephen Brown sees two current releases: the new Moses epic, and a Western

Hobbits . . . again

Film: PETER JACKSON's overblown Hobbit trilogy of films reaches its climax in cinemas today with The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies

A child walks her Via Dolorosa

A child walks her Via Dolorosa

Stephen Brown sees a film about religion taken to an extreme

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

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Poet who crossed frontiers

Poet who crossed frontiers

To mark the 50th anniversary of the death of T. S. Eliot, Martyn Halsall examines the writer's work in order to map his spiritual journey  Subscribe to read more

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