A teenager gets into dance this week in The Fits - we spoke to star Anna Rose Holmer, a troubled relationship is reignited in Fifty Shades Darker, a writer tells his family he's terminally ill in It's Only The End Of The World and a child psychologist finds herself in peril in Shut In. The brilliant black women behind the space race are celebrated in Hidden Figures, a young man comes to terms with being gay in Moonlight and the story of the man behind McDonalds is told in The Founder. A hit is put out on a hero in John Wick: Chapter 2, musicians from Chemikal Underground Records get Lost In France, and there's a re-release for John Waters' unforgettable Multiple Maniacs, plus we still have reviews coming in from the Glasgow Film Festival.


The 7th #WorkersCup began last week. We speak to director @adam_sobel about his doc exploring The Workers Cup… Link

Young people get lost in Death Valley in Deserted Link - available to rent or buy from today

Here's the final part of our 2017 Glasgow Film Festival diary Link #GFF17

Michael Fassbender plays a man from a criminal family seeking a better future in Trespass Against Us Link #GFF17

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Intrigue and kidnaps amongst the ruins of Berlin immediately after the war


We've recently been at Glasgow Film Festival, which opened with Handsome Devil, Berlin Film Festival and Sundance. Plus we're looking forward to the Human Rights Watch Film Festival and BFI Flare in London next month and New York's Rendez-vous with French Cinema and New Directors/New Films.


World of difference Adam Sobel on his portrait of the Qatar migrant labour force The Workers Cup.

Mad for it GFF Diary days 11&12: David Tennant, Frightfest and The Princess Bride.

Eye Say Looking over La La Land at the Oscars.

The shivers GFF Diary days 9&10: The Thing in the snow, Frightfest, Terence Davies, Quinton Aaron and more.

Moonlight is unexpected Oscar winner Last minute twist turns the tables after La La Land is declared victor.

Bill Paxton dies at 61 "Bill's passion for the arts was felt by all who knew him," says his family.

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We're looking forward to London's biggest annual celebration of LGBT cinema, BFI Flare, and to the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.

We've recently been at the Glasgow Film Festival, the Berlinale and the Sundance Film Festival.

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