FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

The brilliant black women behind the space race are celebrated this week 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 and musicians from Chemikal Underground Records get Lost In France. The caped crusader takes on the Joker in The LEGO Batman Movie, a former baseball star falls on hard times in the Oscar-nominated Fences, the stories of three Californians intertwine in 20th Century Women and a pregnant woman becomes a killer in Prevenge. You can enjoy re-releases of Martin Scorsese classic Taxi Driver and 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.

TWITTER

An explorer goes on an obsessive search for The Lost City Of Z Link #GFF17

Sue Brierley and Saroo Brierley discuss their first meeting and the true story behind Lion Link

Naomi Watts plays a child psychologist facing peril in an isolated house in Shut In Link - out on PVOD from Friday

A modern day St Anthony faces temptation in The Ornithologist Link #GFF17 #BFIFlare

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of Train To Busan on Blu-Ray Train To Busan Blu-Ray Review
A train journey is complicated by the presence of the living dead.
Packshot of The Man Between on DVD The Man Between DVD Review
Intrigue and kidnaps amongst the ruins of Berlin immediately after the war

FESTIVALS

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.

News

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.

Screenings with style GFF Diary days 5&6: power dressing, pipers, Persian food, David Lynch’s photographs and the Margaret Tait Award.

Huppert - the actress who knows no fear Elle star on working with Verhoeven, awards and the gift of confidence

The X factor Stephen Kijak on his career and rockumentary We Are X.

On Body And Soul Takes Golden Bear Hungarian drama wins in Berlin.

More news and features

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.



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