Bold, brave, inspiring – here are five of cinema's most rousing calls to arms. What would you add to the list?
Readers' panel: Vote for your favourite 2013 release, and tell us what you liked about it
Star plumps for tale of father's search for missing sons in wake of ill-fated battle of Gallipoli as first behind-camera project
How can a festival celebrate a region gripped with conflict? Omar al-Qattan explains Shubbak, London's Middle Eastern extravaganza
Dedicated website invites clergymen to utilise Superman myth as a mechanism for 'educating and uplifting' Christian audiences
Phil Hoad: From sex tourism to care-home degradation, Haneke and co venture undaunted into areas that Hollywood fears to tread
Will Ferrell and the Channel 5 news team make headlines once again, as they find their place in 1980s New York
The sequel to Anchorman: the Legend of Ron Burgundy sees Will Ferrell's moustachioed newsman take the hot seat at a 24-hour TV news channel
Stage and screen actor Francesca Annis talks about the cult of celebrity, going nude for Roman Polanski and the pressure of playing a famous beauty
Charles Gant: Seven years after Superman Returns debuted disappointingly, the series reboot has opened faster than a speeding bullet
Rebecca Lowe: Filmmaker says Beatrice Mtetwa's use of the rule of law is 'her means of resistance against the regime'
Stuart Heritage: Everyone's favourite gang of magical nylon-haired quadrupeds pursue a bad pony through a magic mirror to Earth where they, er, become normal US girls. Pass the booze, let's get started
Disney hopes Where's My Mickey? game and short-form series will appeal to the current generation of 6-14 year-olds. By Stuart Dredge
Antonio Banderas and Martin Sheen already signed up to appear in The 33, based on true-life tale of rescued miners, writes Ben Child
An atmospheric, quintessentially Scandinavian cinema in Sweden's capital