A reign of terror gves way to farce this week in The Death Of Stalin, teenagers go to a music festival in Access All Areas and hikers enter dark territory in The Ritual. There's an unconventional love story in documentary Dina, ME sufferers talk about their experiences in Unrest and you can enjoy BBC nature film on the big screen in Earth: One Amazing Day. Teenage ninjas set out to save their city in The Lego Ninjago Movie, the truth about a deadbeat dad becomes clear to a Boy and family is complicated in The Meyerowitz Stories (New And Selected) - see our interviews with star Dustin Hoffman and director Noah Baumbach. A mother cracks under the strain and turns into an alsatian in Bitch, young men make a foolish decision in Double Date, and a group of slightly older ones find trouble in the woods in The Ritual. Away from the horror, Van Gogh gets the rotoscoping treatment in Loving Vincent. Documentary School Life captures children in their formative years - we spoke to directors Neasa Ní Chianáin and David Rane. Meanwhile, there are re-releases for horror classic Hellraiser - see our interview with special effects creator Stuart Conran - and Alfred Hitchcock's North By Northwest. All this, plus we're bringing you coverage of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, the London East Asia Film Festival, the London Korean Film Festival and the Cambridge Film Festival.


An author's life is captured by her nephew in documentary Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold Link #nyff

French Film Festival UK announces line-up Link, you can read early coverage here Link #lefrenchfilmfes

"I learned something about my self determination" - Isabelle Huppert on Mrs Hyde Link #nyff

A former child soldier tries to return to civilian life in Uganda in No Place For A Rebel Link #smhaf

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New York Film Festival and London Film Festival have just ended, with London screening Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri as its closing gala. We're currently bringing you reviews from the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, the London Korean Film Festival, the London East Asia Film Festival and the Cambridge Film Festival. We're also looking forward to next month's DOC NYC.

Our recent coverage includes the San Sebastian Film Festival, Hungary's Miskolc Cinefest, the Deauville Film Festival and the Venice Film festival.


A complicated woman Isabelle Huppert on torturing teachers and playing Mrs Géquil and Mrs Hyde

A hell of a ride Stuart Conran looks back at Hellraiser and the start of his special effects career

Among the apes Jane Goodall and Brett Morgen on documenting chimpanzees

Horse sense Chloé Zhao and Brady Jandreau on The Rider

French Film Festival announces line-up Festival includes tributes to Claude Berri and Jeanne Moreau.

Death of Danielle Darrieux Favourite actress of Max Ophuls and Jacques Demy

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We're bringing you news, reviews and interviews with the stars from the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, the Cambridge Film Festival, the London Korean Film Festival and the London East Asia Film Festival

We've recently been covering the New York Film Festival, the London Film Festival, Manchester's Grimmfest, the Scottish Queer International Film Festival, the San Sebastian Film Festival, Hungary's Miskolc Cinefest and the Hebridean International Film Festival.

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