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Every film that's coming out between now and spring 2013

Get your diaries out. We’ve scoured the film release schedules to bring you a month-by-month calendar of every new movie coming to cinemas until the middle of next year. Release dates? Actors? Directors? What to expect? Find out here

July film highlights

  • The Amazing Spider-Man

    Rating: 4/5

    It’s web 2.0. Five years since Sam Raimi hung up his ‘I Love NY’ cap and Tobey Maguire ditched the spandex, it’s the turn of director Marc Webb...

  • The Dark Knight Rises

    Director Christopher Nolan and his screenwriting brother Jonathan close the circle on their globe-conquering series of Batman movies.

  • God Bless America

    Bobcat Goldthwait fixes his eyes on the big prize with this excoriating satirical sideswipe at American culture in the twenty-first century.

Tuesday July 3

  • The Amazing Spider-Man

    Rating: 4/5

    It’s web 2.0. Five years since Sam Raimi hung up his ‘I Love NY’ cap and Tobey Maguire ditc...

Wednesday July 4

  • God Bless America

    Rating: 4/5

    ‘Rant cinema’ has never caught on – perhaps because the time-consuming, collaborative nature of filmmaking encourages reflection and compromise....

  • Strawberry Fields

    Rating: 3/5

    A strawberry farm is the down-and-dirty setting for some serious sister issues in this low-budget British film. A young woman (Anna Madeley) calling herself Tammy...

Thursday July 5

  • Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D

    Rating: 4/5

    Everyone loves a story about a good girl gone bad – a child of God falling prey to sex, drugs a...

Friday July 6

  • 7 Days in Havana

    Rating: 2/5

    You get the feeling that the global big-hitters directing these written-on-a-napkin short films a...

  • The Hunter

    Rating: 3/5

    The last Tasmanian tiger died in Hobart Zoo in 1936, but that hasn’t stopped ecologists and mys...

  • Martina Abramovic: The Artist is Present

    Rating: 4/5

    This HBO doc draws us into the world of Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic as she prepar...

  • Ping Pong

    Rating: 3/5

    Forget sudoku, the pensioners in this chirpy doc know a more fun way of keeping a grip on their m...

  • The Players

    Rating: 3/5

    When a series of raunchy posters for Jean Dujardin’s new film appeared in February, moral guard...

  • Total Recall

    Rating: 4/5

    Re-released in advance of a remake starring Colin Farrell, Paul Verhoeven’s absurdist, ultravio...

  • The Women on the Sixth Floor

    Rating: 2/5

    This blinkered period French comedy is so middle-of-the-road it may as well have white lines pain...

  • You've Been Trumped

    Rating: 3/5

    For tips on the dark arts of empire-building, would-be tycoons should study this doc, in which Do...

Friday July 13

  • Chariots of Fire

    Rating: 2/5

    Gosh, aren't the British remarkable? They win Olympic races despite running in slow motion, they ...

  • Comes a Bright Day

    Rating: 2/5

    This is the feature debut of British writer and director Simon Aboud (the brother-in-law of Stell...

  • Detachment

    Rating: 3/5

    Films about high school teachers generally fall into one of two categories – will it be slushy,...

  • The Giants

    Rating: 2/5

    Fans of Bouli Lanners's previous films ­ or indeed of his performances, most memorably for Gusta...

  • Ice Age: Continental Drift

    Rating: 3/5

    Blue Sky Studios’s series of family-friendly cartoons about the adventures of three prehistoric...

  • Magic Mike

    Rating: 4/5

    After announcing his imminent retirement from directing, Steven Soderbergh has never been more pr...

  • Nostalgia for the Light

    Rating: 5/5

    A rather wonderful essay film from the maker of 'Battle of Chile', whose diverse concerns – ast...

  • Petit Nicholas

    This Franco-Belgian film is a live-action adaptation of a well-known series of French comic books...

  • The Prey

    Rating: 2/5

    There have been several recent Hollywood-style French thrillers about injustice, incarceration an...

  • Salute

    Rating: 3/5

    It’s possibly the most controversial moment in Olympic history, and it has become an iconic ima...

  • Seeking a Friend for the End of the World

    Rating: 2/5

    This is the directorial debut of American screenwriter Lorene Scafaria, whose previous scripts in...

  • The Soul of Files

    Rating: 1/5

    This is the feature debut of Spanish writer-director Jonathan Cenzual Burley and played to a warm...

  • Tortoise In Love

    Rating: 3/5

    It takes a village to raise a child, as the African proverb goes. The villagers of Kingston Bagpu...

Friday July 20

  • The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best

    Ryan O’Nan (on no account to be mistaken for Ryan O’Neal) is clearly going for the authentic ...

  • The Dark Knight Rises

    Director Christopher Nolan and his screenwriting brother Jonathan close the circle on their globe...

  • I Am Bruce Lee

    The film industry's leading martial artists, cohreographers and stunt people – including Mickey...

  • In Your Hands

    Kristin Scott Thomas says that's she offered better French speaking roles than English. This kidn...

  • Lola Versus

    This is the second feature film from Daryl Wein, who previously made 'Breaking Upwards' (2009) an...

  • Revenge Of The Electric Car

    Director Chris Paine proves the electric car still has mileage left in this compelling follow-up ...

  • Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap

    Rapper-actor-reality TV star Ice T adds another hyphen to his name with his directorial debut, a ...

  • Swandown

    British experimental filmmaker Andrew Kötting goes into the journeying business with the writer ...

Friday July 27

  • Dr Seuss' The Lorax

    Dr Seuss’ environmental fable gets a suitably whimsical-looking treatment in this animation fro...

  • El Bulli: Cooking in Progress

    You could probably list on the back of napkin the restaurants that are famous enough to have a fi...

  • Woman in a Dressing Gown

    Proof that the kitchen sink wasn't invented in the 1960s. Ted Willis' domestic drama was original...

  • Searching for Sugar Man

    Documentaries about undiscovered musical heroes are all the rage these days, from 'Anvil!' to 'Be...

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