FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
A woman is committed to an asylum this week in Steven Soderbergh's Unsane, an attorney begins to doubt his client's story in The Third Murder, and Liam Neeson plays Deep Throat in Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House. An art exhibit fails to go to plan in The Square, there's a new take on the life of Mary Magdalene, and youth is remembered in My Golden Days - read what director Arnaud Desplechin told us about it. Plus we're bringing you all the latest from BFI Flare.
A Cuban immigrant tries to connect with New York City in Angela Link #gsff18
A Tunisian woman struggles to get help after being raped in Beauty And The Dogs Link
Documentary Taste Of Cement considers the lives of Syrian builders in Lebanon Link
Which Way Up explores the working process of artist John McLean, who has Parkinson's disease Link #gff18
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Dancing with the past Arnaud Desplechin and Mathieu Amalric on music and dancing in Ismael’s Ghosts: Director’s Cut
Jeanne’s love affair with Barbara César best actress Balibar on becoming a musical legend in Barbara
Cannes snap decision Selfies banned from red carpet
Massive fire erupts near the GFT and Cineworld Glasgow Fire services have evacuated part of the street
Edinburgh announces retrospective Time of the Signs: Chasing the American Zeitgeist puts Seventies and Eighties US cinema in spotlight
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