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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'.

Will he flee or face his killer?

Will he flee or face his killer?

Stephen Brown finds gallows humour in a suspenseful new film

A solemn Noah, but not an ‘eco’ one

A solemn Noah, but not an ‘eco’ one

Stephen Brown watches a new film of a biblical story

Mothering and the ministry

Mothering and the ministry

THE FOLD (Cert. 15) begins with a quotation from Rainer Maria Rilke: "I want to unfold . . . because there where I'm folded I am a lie." The poem from which it comes may (or may not) be a cry to God to undo the creases and shake out whatever grime is secreted in our folded-up...

The Canon and a Dickensian indiscretion

The Canon and a Dickensian indiscretion

Stephen Brown looks at a cleric's crucial part in a new film

Time to be nostalgic about nostalgia

Time to be nostalgic about nostalgia

Stephen Brown enjoys a film-maker's story again, 25 years on

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From sanctity to sleuthing

From sanctity to sleuthing

TWO months ago, James Runcie visited Grantchester. It...

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National Adviser & Archbishop's Secretary for Inter Religious Affairs

London and Home Counties

With its network of parishes covering the country, the Church of England plays an active role in national life, bringing animportant Christian dimension to the nation as well as strengthening community....  Read More

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From sanctity to sleuthing

From sanctity to sleuthing

The murder rate in Grantchester is about to go up. Olly Grant talks to the team behind a new clerical crime drama for ITV  Subscribe to read more

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Three summits and 14 months for the planet

Politicians need to hear the message on climate change more clearly: Christians must act now, argues Steven Croft  Subscribe to read more

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