FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Anthony Hopkins stars as an elderly man in conflict with his daughter over care this week in The Father, while trouble lies in a forest for a scientist and a park scout in In The Earth. A teenager gets dating advice from a ghost in Ellie & Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt), while another takes on a scientist from the future in Erratum 2037 and two friends find themselves facing choices about their future in Munyurangabo. A woman suspects that the house she's inherited is cursed in Agony, there's adventure in the jungle at the Edge Of The World and a young man begins to doubt his memories in Flashback. A lone woman searches for meaning in the wilderness in Land, and there's a rerelease for the Coen brothers' Fargo. George Romero explores discrimination in The Amusement Park, a rewilding project features in The Land Of Azaba and Exhibition On Screen takes a fresh look at Van Gogh's Sunflowers. The life of a farmed pig is documented in Gunda while child marriage in the US is exposed in Knots: A Forced Marriage Story. A Chilean activist is profiled in Lemebel and there's a re-release for Bruce Willis thriller 16 Blocks. All this, plus we're bringing you news, reviews and more from Tribeca.
A small town begins to unravel after the discovery that a 13-year-old is pregnant in Our Own (Les Nôtres) Link
"I wanted a story that will reflect this reality that we don't want to see" - Jeanne Leblanc on Les Nôtres Link
Found-footage documentary The Foundation Pit collates cries for help to the president from across Russia Link
Dundee's DCA announces Dundead Summer Camp horror fest line-up Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Listening to the silence Jeanne Leblanc on Les Nôtres and the importance of perspective
The art of sharing Warwick Ross and Robert Coe on Blind Ambition
The wolf at the door Lisa Immordino Vreeland on Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation
Streaming spotlight: musicians turned actors We celebrate stars who have shone in more than one firmament
DCA announces Dundead Summer Camp titles Horror weekend runs in July
Teaser Screenings for London Korean Film Festival Trio of films shown outside London ahead of autumn event
Folk Film Gathering returns Edinburgh-based event will run online
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