FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

A brilliant son sends his mother on a mission this week in The Book Of Henry and a widow comes to aid of an impoverished man in Hampstead. Society tries to constrain a passionate woman in From The Land Of The Moon - see our interview with director Nicole Garcia - and artist and storyteller John Berger is celebrated in The Seasons In Quincy - we chatted to director Colin MacCabe. Britain's most famous Prime Minister comes under scrutiny in Churchill, a custody battle rages over a child who is Gifted, and there's beachside black comedy in Slack Bay - read what director Bruno Dumont had to say about it. Meanwhile, the experiences of Holocaust survivors are explored in Destination Unknown and the life of a conflict photographer is the subject of A Good Day to Die, Hoka Hey . All this, plus we have news and reviews coming in from the Edinburgh International Film Festival and London's East End Film Festival.

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Actor Ricardo Darín to be honoured with Silver Shell in San Sebastian Link

Jamie McKeller talks tea, cake, murder and The Book Club Link

We take a look at as mum-as-vigilante thriller The Book Of Henry Link

An older man, who lives in a homemade shack, attracts support and something more from a lonely widow in Hampstead Link

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of The Autopsy Of Jane Doe on Blu-Ray The Autopsy Of Jane Doe Blu-Ray Review
Father and son coroners get more than they bargained for when they examine a cadaver.
Packshot of The Bird With The Crystal Plumage on Blu-Ray The Bird With The Crystal Plumage Blu-Ray Review
After a man witnesses an attempted murder, he soon finds himself the next killer's next target

FESTIVALS

We're bringing you all the latest news and reviews direct from the Edinburgh International Film Festival, which opened with God's Own Country. We're also bringing you coverage of London's East End Film Festival, and we're looking forward to the Karlovy Vary Film Festival.

News

A nice cup of tea and a murder Jamie McKeller on The Book Club, legalising murder, serial killers and cake.

Picturing a life Aisling Walsh on Maud Lewis, her home, her paintings and the passing of time.

Ricardo Darín to be honoured with Silver Shell San Sebastian celebrate work of Argentinian star.

55th New York Film Festival poster revealed Richard Serra design references the camera eye.

Red carpet rolls out for EIFF's 71st edition Stars attend UK premiere of God's Own Country

More news and features

We're bringing you all the latest news and reviews from the Edinburgh International Film Festival and from the East End Film Festival in London.



We're looking forward to the Karlovy Vary Film Festival.



We've recently been at the Cannes Film Festival, the Tribeca Film Festival and New Directors, New Films in New York.



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