FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
A woman's disappearance leads to a greater mystery this week in The Bay Of Silence - see our interview with writer/star Caroline Goodall - while a young couple get involved in an experiment in The Honeymoon Phase, a child reveals uncanny abilities on Repression and there's a lively look at Dundee life in Schemers. A man who has suffered from persistent fatigue recovers on Bird Island, a teenager falls for a troubled woman in film noir All Roads To Pearla and documentary We Are Many examines protests against the 2003 Iraq War. All this, plus we're bringing you news and reviews from the Venice Film Festival and the New York Film Festival.
Gregory Kershaw and Michael Dweck talk to us about entering the secret world of The Truffle Hunters… Link
A woman who has had an abortion is haunted by the spirits of dead babies in The Perished Link
Pedro Almodóvar explores a woman's recovery from a break-up in The Human Voice Link #NYFF
Documentary Courtroom 3H steps inside the Unified Family Court in Florida Link #68SSIFF
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Check out our latest weekly column, the Stay-At-Home Seven, which suggests films you can watch on UK TV or streaming services in the coming days. We've also got a Streaming Spotlight on climate change documentaries. We're curently bringing you coverage of the New York Film Festival, where The Truffle Hunters will screen - read our interview with the directors.
Sniffing out secrets Directors Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw chat about their documentary The Truffle Hunters
Stay-At-Home Seven: September 28 to October 3 Films to watch on streaming services and TV this week
Streaming Spotlight: climate change documentaries Seven films to check out for Climate Week
Scoring Nomadland Chloé Zhao on singer/songwriter Cat Clifford and the music of Ludovico Einaudi
Christian Petzold and Heinz Emigholz to give free NYFF talk Directors to discuss Undine and The Lobby
Beginning wins Golden Shell Georgian film takes top prize at San Sebastian
We've recently been covering the San Sebastian Film Festival, the Taiwan Film Festival Edinburgh, the Fantasia International Film Festival, London.horror festival Frightfest and LGBTQ+ festival Outfest LA.
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