A bank robber tries to evade capture this week in Good Time, a young actor falls for an ailing legend in Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool, a serial killer haunts a small Hungarian town in Strangled and Shakespeare goes tropical in A Caribbean Dream. The bear is back in Paddington 2, kids are unaware of their parents' troubles in The Florida Project and firefighters hold back a wildfire in Only The Brave. A woman's ailing memory is aided by a hologram in Marjorie Prime, and biopic Professor Marston And The Wonder Women looks at the man who created a superhero. Documentary The Last Animals presents the heroes trying to save elephants and rhinos - we spoke to director Kate Brooks - and there's a rerelease for cult Arnie film Predator. All this, plus we're bringing you coverage of Made In Prague, Abertoir, the London Korean Film Festival and the French Film Festival.


A life of excess is complicated by a killer in giallo Your Vice Is A Locked Room And Only I Have The Key… Link

Olaf Möller shares his thoughts on curating The Lost Years of German Cinema: 1949–1963 Link

A horror film composer gets too close to a real killer in Lamberto Bava's A Blade In The Dark Link #Abertoir2017

Documentary Let It Fall explores the background to the beating of Rodney King and the Los Angeles riots Link

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A girl's life cascades into chaos as everyone around her suffers a gruesome fate while she herself becomes less and less certain of who she is and what kind of a world she lives in.
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Following exposure to a mysterious gas, a man begins to shrink - and doesn't stop.


We're currently bringing you reviews from the French Film Festival in the UK, where Ismael's Ghosts is part of the selection. We're also covering Made In Prague, Abertoir and the London Korean Film Festival

We've recently been covering DOC NYC, the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, San Sebastian Film Festival, New York Film Festival and London Film Festival.


History and destiny Olaf Möller on The Lost Years of German Cinema: 1949–1963

Getting with the programme Jairus McLeary on The Work and giving prisoners a future

Highlights of Russian Film Week We pick four of the best from London fest.

Out of sight Jasmine Hyde on taking on The Unseen

Orbital dynamics Charlotte Sullivan on Radius and the challenges of playing an amnesiac

Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco takes a top DOC NYC prize Full list of winners announced

Get Out to compete as a comedy in Golden Globe race Studio decision baffles fans

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We're bringing you news, reviews and interviews with the stars from Made In Prague, Abertoir, the London Korean Film Festival and the French Film Festival UK.

We've recently been covering DOC NYC, the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, the Cambridge Film Festival, the London East Asia Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, the London Film Festival, Manchester's Grimmfest, and the Scottish Queer International Film Festival.

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