Aliens crash land in Moscow this week in Attraction, a newspaper takes on a president in The Post and a documentary looks at The Final Year of the Obama administration. Meanwhile, a grieving mother shakes up a small town in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Winston Churchill sees Britain through its Darkest Hour and Mexican Oscar entry Tempestad looks at victims of corruption. All this, plus we're bringing you coverage of the Sundance film festival.


Juliette Binoche has received a French Cinema Award at the Ministry of Culture in Paris Link

Loveling presents a snapshot of a Brazilian family as they prepare for their son to leave the nest Link #Sundance2018

Two musicians stranded by the events of 9/11 take a road trip across the US in American Folk Link

A drug addicted outlaw hero strives to restore a devastated island in animation Birdboy: The Forgotten Children Link

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After the untimely death of Korea’s biggest crime syndicate chairman, power struggle between top lieutenants begins.


We're bringing you news and reviews direct from Sundance, where I Am Not A Witch is screening, for a first look at some of this year's indie favourites.

Meanwhile, back on this side of the Atlantic, we're looking forward to the Glasgow Film Festival.


The image makers Caroline Champetier on Vilmos Zsigmond, Robert Bresson, Jean Renoir, and her career

Sundance 2018: Festival preview Films we're looking forward to at this year's festival

It never was you Laurie Simmons on My Art and pushing boundaries

On the road Paolo Virzì on Donald Sutherland, Helen Mirren and The Leisure Seeker

Binoche on a roll with French cinema Buoyant figures revealed at awards ceremony

Becker opens French film jamboree Gala screening of First World War drama

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We're bringing you news and reviews direct from Sundance, checking out some of the indie films likely to make a big splash this year.

We're looking forward to the Glasgow Film Festival.

We've recently been at the Palm Springs film festival, the first big event in the 2018 film calender. We wrapped up last year with coverage from Made In Prague, Welsh horror festival Abertoir, the London Korean Film Festival and DOC NYC.

Read our full for recent coverage.

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