A teenager gets into dance this week in The Fits - we spoke to star Anna Rose Holmer, 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're bringing you all the latest from the Glasgow Film Festival and we still have reviews coming in from the Berlinale.


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Elle of a night for Huppert at Cesars, Daniel Blake, Dolan and Divines among winners, full story… Link

We look ahead at some of the highlights of the New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema Link

A young woman in New Jersey dreams of making it as a rap star in Patti Cake$ Link #Sundance #NewDirectors

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Glasgow Film Festival, which opened with Handsome Devil, is well under way and we're bringing you all the latest news and reviews. We've also recently been at 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.


New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema Early Bird Highlights From The Land Of The Moon, Nocturama, Frantz and The Dancer.

Voyage of discovery GFF Diary days 7&8: Japanese cinema, documentaries, Ben Wheatley and the Surprise Film.

Little boy found Sue Brierley and Saroo Brierley on the true story behind Lion.

Gentleman of letters Gay Talese on the importance of James Baldwin and films in I Am Not Your Negro.

Huppert, Dolan and Daniel Blake score at Césars First film Divines takes three awards

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We're bringing you all the latest news and reviews directly from the Glasgow Film Festival.

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 Berlinale and the Sundance Film Festival.

Read our full for recent coverage.

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