FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
A teenager goes on the road this week in American Honey, a divorcee is caught up in a missing persons case in The Girl On The Train and a carpenter with ill health and a young single mum take on the benefits system in I, Daniel Blake. Hungry ogres means trouble for Trolls and the delivery of babies gets the Storks in a flap. In the documentary corner there's Louis Theroux's My Scientology Movie and Sonita, the story of an Afghan rapper whose family try to sell her into marriage, while The 13th is also available on Netflix. We've recently been at New York Film Festival and the BFI London Film Festival, plus we're bringing you reviews from the Scottish Mental Health Arts And Film Festival.
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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
We've recently been at the BFI London Film Festival, which opened with Amma Asante's A United Kingdom, and New York Film Festival. Plus we're bringing you reviews from Scottish Mental Health Arts And Film Festival and looking forward to Made In Prague and the French Film Festival UK and DOC NYC across the Atlantic.
Out of the shadows Paul Dalio on being bipolar, Touched With Fire and the power of art.
A little flame in the dark Erica Tremblay on roller derby, gender, community and In The Turn.
"I wanted to do something subversive" Michael Moore In TrumpLand - in his own words.
Natural connection Stuart A Staples and David Reeve on reinterpreting the work of F Percy Smith.
Behind the scenes Alex Horwitz, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ron Chernow at the Hamilton's America première.
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