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Tyson Fury trains ahead of his world title fight with Wladimir Klitschko (AP)

The towering heavyweight is proud to profess his Catholic faith in public

A mourner wipes his eye outside the Bataclan concert hall in Paris (AP)

Suddenly evoking Islamist atrocities in the Middle East has become rather trendy, which is of no use at all to the thousands who have already been butchered

Jim Broadbent stars as the twinkling Fr Flood in Brooklyn

Child actor, James Digiacomo, steals the show in Brooklyn, says Will Gore

Jafar Panahi in Taxi Tehran: excoriating Iran’s disgraceful theocracy

The latest film by celebrated Iranian director Jafar Panahi was one of the highlights of the London Film Festival

A detail from Bridget Riley's  Pink Landscape

Bridget Riley’s work takes inspiration from Georges Seurat, but she’s no match for the Post-Impressionist genius

Palio is out on Friday

The film brilliantly captures the essence of what makes sport so intoxicating

A scene featuring a rally in Mexico

Film review: Cartel Land

Cartel Land doesn’t make for comfortable viewing, and rightly so

Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling in 45 Years

In Andrew Haigh’s 45 Years, the past comes back to haunt a seemingly happily married couple

Michael Dowd: 'like Joe Pesci after 12 double espressos'

Precinct Seven Five is a riveting documentary about cops gone very wrong, while Trainwreck is another tedious comedy off the Judd Apatow production line

Off-key performance: Al Pacino as a lovelorn locksmith in Manglehorn

Manglehorn explores the story of a misanthropic locksmith who confronts his unhappy past