FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Zimbabwe's first ever wine tasting championship team takes shape this week in documentary Blind Ambition - see our interview with directors Robert Coe and Warwick Ross - while a girl struggles to relate to her mother in animé Fortune Favours Lady Nikuko. A troubled family implodes in What Josiah Saw, and an impotent man tries to assert himself through fighting in Vengeance Is Mine, All Others Pay Cash.
If you can't get to a cinema, we have plenty of suggestions for films to watch on television and streaming services in our Stay-at-Home Seven, plus you can read a review of Kier-La Janisse's House Of Psychotic Women (Expanded Edition) in our Eye For Books column, and as we look forward to this year's edition of Edinburgh International Film Festival we're shining a spotlight on past winners and selecting some highlights to catch as the festival celebrates its 75th year.
This appealing man James Norton on costumes, dancing, looking in the mirror and Rogue Agent
EIFF: Choice cuts Seven films and some shorts to catch at this year's festival
Getting the bug Carter Smith on queering horror in Swallowed
Style that’s forever Don Letts on Rebel Dread, The Clash, 99 Records, ESG, Adrian Sherwood and Eighties New York
Acknowledging her anger Tara Thorne and Lesley Smith on telling missing stories in Compulsus
Investigating a death July Jung on student exploitation, suicide and Next Sohee
Anne Heche pronounced brain dead Actress suffered serious injuries after car crash last week
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