This week sees all-out War For The Planet Of The Apes, technological challenges in Cars 3, and the return of the webbed wonder in Spider-Man: Homecoming. A great director's work is celebrated in David Lynch: The Art Life - we spoke to documentarian Jon Nguyen - while a Confederate soldier takes refuge in a girls' school in remake The Beguiled - see what director Sofia Coppola had to say about it - and survivors eke out a living post-apocalypse in It Comes At Night. Female prisoners take to the stage for Julius Caesar, and a blast from the past proves unsettling for The Midwife. The founding of golf is explored in Tommy's Honour, farm labourers struggle to get by in The Tree Of Wooden Clogs, and a monster takes on an apprentice in The Boy And The Beast. All this, plus we're bringing you all the latest from Fantasia, and we still have reviews coming in from the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and the Edinburgh International Film Festival.


"This movie is really the equivalent of chamber music" - Barbet Schroeder on Amnesia Link

A lesbian gives in to desire and has to live with the consequences in Playing With Balls Link

Four German soldiers face the horrors of the front line in GW Pabst's Westfront 1918 Link

The Japanese girlband/fanbase phenomenon is explored in Tokyo Idols Link #edfilmfest #Fantasia

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Packshot of Neruda on DVD Neruda DVD Review
Story of the Nobel prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda, who becomes a fugitive in his homeland.
Packshot of The Teckman Mystery on DVD The Teckman Mystery DVD Review
A biographer researching a book on a pilot who died during the test flight of a new plane falls in love with the pilot's sister. As he uncovers more about the test flight, people connected with the case begin to die.


We're currently covering Fantasia, North America's biggest genre film festival, which opens with Jung Byung-gil's The Villainess.

We've recently been at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, the Edinburgh International Film Festival and London's East End Film Festival. We're looking forward to Frightfest.


Forget me not Barbet Schroeder on Amnesia and the true stories behind it

The Pulitzer At 100 redux Kirk Simon on Paula Vogel, Thomas Friedman, Nicholas Kristof, Michael Cunningham and Tony Kushner

Inside the Pulitzers with Kirk Simon John Lithgow, Helen Mirren, Martin Scorsese, Carl Bernstein, Michael Chabon, and Martin Baron share the spotlight

Atom Egoyan pays tribute to Martin Landau "A great actor has left this stage."

San Sebastian announces New Directors line-up The Sower, Cargo and Ravens all feature

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We're bringing you all the latest news and reviews from the Fantasia film festival in Montreal.

We're looking forward to Frightfest.

We've recently been at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, the Edinburgh International Film Festival and the East End Film Festival in London.

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