FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
A boy is trapped in a flat with something monstrous this week in The Djinn, a woman hunts a man she believes is a war criminal in The Secrets We Keep and the residents of a retirement community try to find Some Kind Of Heaven. A man tries to build a new life after suffering amnesia in a pandemic in Apples - see our interview with director Christos Nikou - while a father and son travel to Ireland to scatter ashes in End Of Sentence, the story of a herbalist and faith healer is told in Charlatan. An alien takes the body of an Earthman for a joyride in Fried Barry - read what director Ryan Kruger told us about it - and a family is haunted in The Funeral Home. A father runs away with his transgender son in Cowboys - we spoke to director Anna Kerrigan - while a troubled former soldier gets a job digging up the dead in Atlantis and a daughter tries to help her disturbed mother in Paper Spiders - creators Inon Shampanier and Natalie Shampanier shared their thoughts. A young woman goes looking for her mother in Once Upon A River and the mourning of Stalin is considered by State Funeral. A woman seeks revenge in Scavenger, and there's a re-release for cyberpunk sci-fi Johnny Mnemonic.
- Great White
- The Secrets We Keep
- Those Who Wish Me Dead
- Some Kind Of Heaven
- The Djinn
- Johnny Mnemonic
- State Funeral
- Once Upon A River
- Paper Spiders
- Maya The Bee: The Golden Orb
- Sound Of Metal
- The Funeral Home
- The Lady In The Portrait
- Fried Barry
- End Of Sentence
- The Courier
A young delivery driver adds drugs to the menu to try and save her family's restaurant in Take Out Girl Link
This Saturday is #InternationalDayofFamilies so we're shining our Streaming Spotlight on families in film Link
Five humans stranded on a raft are stalked by a shark in Great White Link
A woman sees a man she believes committed war crimes and embarks on a plan for vengeance in The Secrets We Keep Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
This week, we're bringing you some reviews from New York's Human Rights Watch Film Festival, where 200 Meters is screening - with films available to stream across the US. We're also looking forward to Tribeca Film Festival next month. You can catch up with the latest titles to stream at home in our Stay-At-Home Seven and we're shining our Streaming Spotlight on families in film.
Streaming Spotlight: family time Kith and kin who stick together through thick and thin
Between reality and dreams Sara Driver on Sleepwalk and the New York City she remembers
Dystopian worlds Director Chino Moya on crumbling societies, toxic manhood and fear of the other in Undergods
On a dark and stormy night Cody Calahan on storytelling and shooting The Oak Room
Celebrating cinema of the New East We talk to Lucía de la Torre and Maria Muzdybaeva about the return of Calvert Journal Film Festival
Tribeca announces retrospectives Screening tickets going fast
We're bringing you coverage of New York's Human Rights Watch Film Festival.
We're looking forward to Inside Out.
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