FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

The superhero family is back this week in Incredibles 2 (screening with adorable short Bao), a former army chaplain faces new challenges in First Reformed and a group of siblings try to hide the death of their mother in The Secret Of Marrowbone. A girl adjusts to country life after her mum's death in Summer 1993, a teenager is embarrassed by her mum in Pin Cushion and a bereaved father and son fall for the same woman in The Butterfly Tree. The story of the planes that won the Battle of Britain is told in Spitfire, home movies from Jihadi training camps feature in Path Of Blood and there's a re-release for Hitchcock classic Vertigo. The life of a music legend is remembered in Whitney, writers' lives are dramatised in Mary Shelley - read what director Haifaa Al-Mansour had to say about it - and two assassins take on a sinister mission in Terminal. Synchronised swimming helps resolve a mid life crisis in Swimming With Men and a couple's lives are turned upside down when an unexpected grandchild appears in Ideal Home, while the Beatles go to sea in a re-released Yellow Submarine - plus we're bringing you all the latest from the Fantasia Film Festival and we still have reviews coming in from the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and the Edinburgh International Film Festival.

TWITTER

Mark C Smith tells us about the challenges of stop-motion animation and making Two Balloons Link #Fantasia2018

Philippe de Broca's King Of Hearts comes out on DVD/Blu-ray today Link - we look at the extras Link

A young woman unwittingly falls for her absent father's sugar baby in Daddy Issues Link #OutfestLA

True love brings lemurs in airships together in Two Balloons Link #fantasia2018

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of King Of Hearts on Blu-Ray King Of Hearts Blu-Ray Review
Sent to the small town of Marville to disarm a bomb left behind by retreating German troops, an English soldier finds it has been taken over by the abandoned inmates of the local asylum.
Packshot of The Piano on Blu-Ray The Piano Blu-Ray Review
A mute woman in an arranged marriage makes a dangerous bargain in an attempt to retrieve her stranded piano.

FESTIVALS

We're bringing you news, reviews and interviews from the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal, where Cold Skin is screening - see our interviews with star David Oakes and director Xavier Gens.

We've recently been at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and the Edinburgh International Film Festival.

News

For the love of lemurs Mark C Smith on taking the plunge into stop-motion animation with Two Balloons

The image maker Tiffany Bartok on Isabella Rossellini, Tori Amos and Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story

Filming family Cyril Aris talks about documenting his grandparents' lives in The Swing

A sixth sense David Frenkel discusses the subjects of Claude Lanzmann's The Four Sisters

Faith on the doorstep Amy Geller and Gerald Peary on their upcoming documentary The Rabbi Goes West

San Sebastian announces first New Directors titles A look at the 13 up-and-coming directors selected.

More news and features

We're bringing you all the latest from the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal.



We're looking forward to Frightfest in London.



We've recently been at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, the Edinburgh International Film Festival and the Cannes Film Festival.



Read our full for recent coverage.


Visit our festivals section.

Interact

Win some great merchandise in our latest competition. To celebrate the release of The Secret Of Marrowbone in cinemas, we've got a bundle of goodies up for grabs, plus win a copy of Sweet Country on Blu-ray.