FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Pedro Almodóvar is back this week with his Cannes hit Julieta, the true story of two gun runners is told in War Dogs and there are ghostly goings-on in Lights Out. There's adventure on the water for Swallows And Amazons, the rise of fascism in Europe is explored in The Childhood Of A Leader - we spoke to director Brady Corbet - and members of rival gangs fall in love in Black. You can meet a Ukrainian vigilante pastor in documentary Almost Holy, and we're bringing you news and reviews from Frightfest.
A comic book artist, a filmmaker and a novelist find their lives intersecting in Zoom Link
A man is revived 70 years after entering cryogenic suspension in Realive Link #Frightfest
Tentacles and terror come from beneath the sea in The Creature Below Link #FrightFest
Adam Levins talks about Population Zero, documentary making and how to get away with murder Link #FrightFest
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Zeroing in Adam Levins on Population Zero, storytelling and the documentary art.
Portrait of the artist Laura Casabé on art, psychiatry, Argentinean cinema and Benavidez's Case
Up from the depths Stewart Sparke and Paul Butler talk Frightfest, women in film, HP Lovecraft and The Creature Below.
Prepare to be scared Five Frightfest films to send shivers down your spine.
New York Film Festival Spotlight on Documentary selections announced Steve James, Alexis Bloom and Petra Epperlein among filmmakers with work showing.
We're bringing you news, reviews and interviews with the filmmakers from this year's Frightfest.
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