FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
The former CIA hitman is called back into action this week in The Equalizer 2, big bad shark The Meg noises up some submarines, and kids with superpowers break out of camps in The Darkest Minds. A legendary filmmaker's life is explored in The Eyes Of Orson Welles, a diplomat tries to save his friend in The Negotiator and it's a dog's life in the trenches for Sgt Stubby: An Unlikely Hero. A feud between neighbours gets out of control in Under The Tree and a shy woman discovers her inner desires in The Heiresses - read what director Marcello Martinessi told us about it. Pope Francis: A Man Of His Word chronicles the life of the Pontiff - director Wim Wenders shared his thoughts with us - and there's a celebration of art in Leaning Into The Wind: Andy Goldsworthy, plus there are rereleases for Joan Crawford melodrama Mildred Pierce and black comedy classic Heathers.
"I was excited to see a horror movie that had that aesthetic" - Jenn Wexler on The Ranger Link #FrightFest
They Shall Not Grow Old to premiere at London Film Festival Link #LFF2018
A woman's life turns upside down when her wife unexpectedly attacks her in What Keeps You Alive Link #FrightFest
We look at five of the highlights of this year's Arrow Video Frightfest Link #FrightFest
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Unnatural colours Jenn Wexler on punk movies, Chloe Levine and making The Ranger
Frightfest: five films to look forward to What to watch out for at this year's festival
Deepening the mystery Mathieu Amalric and Jeanne Balibar on Barbara and Balibar's Merveilles À Montfermeil
Filming sensations Mathieu Amalric on Pierre Léon, Jeanne Balibar and the sounds and colours of Barbara
They Shall Not Grow Old to premiere at LFF Peter Jackson's World War One doc gets gala screening.
I Am Not A Witch selected for Oscar submission Rungano Nyoni's drama is UK nomination for Best Foreign Language film
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