The famous film festival that is Sundance is back again this weekend in London.
As the guestlist for Sunday's Baftas is revealed, some argue British film is not getting enough of a voice
The new film, Philomena, tells the story of a woman (Judi Dench) who, after 50 years, finds her long-lost son, with the help of an ex-government-official-turned-journalist (Steve Coogan).
Coogan's comic alter-ego goes big screen at last, but fear not: he's just as pathetically provincial and inadvertently offensive as he ever was – and just as consistently hilarious.
Michael Winterbottom's The Look of Love is a breezily affectionate if faintly incurious study of Paul Raymond: the Soho nudie-show entrepreneur and property baron who became Britain's richest man.