Will Gore

Jusepe de Ribera is far more than a Caravaggio tribute act, says Will Gore

Lionel Messi and Javier Hernandez will be among the Catholic footballers representing their countries in Russia this month

‘Civilisations’ sacrifices the unity of voice, argument and chronology that made its predecessor so good

An uncompromising new novel about corruption speaks loudly to a tense and divided America

This is a tale of anti-Christian persecution that speaks loudly and dreadfully to modern times

Son of Saul, The Club and Anomalisa all helped make 2016 a fantastic year in cinema

Caravaggio is the perfect artist for our modern, divided era

Paolo Sorrentino hasn’t compromised his cinematic vision in his move to the small screen

The new Ben-Hur is a flop. Having sat through it, it’s not hard to see why

Almost Holy is a compelling documentary that explores the controversial work of Pastor Gennadiy Mokhnenko, but the return of David Brent is a dispiriting affair