Destinies are reshaped on a desert world this week in Dune (we have a second, in-depth review here), while Wes Anderson takes on the world of journalism in The French Dispatch and supposedly mythical creatures go on display in Cryptozoo. A fisherman goes on the run as famine looms in Arracht - we spoke with director Tom Sullivan - while Ridley Scott questions a historical tale in The Last Duel and Jason is back in Halloween Kills. A kid tries to control a broken robot in Ron's Gone Wrong, an architect takes on a strange commission in The Grand Duke Of Corsica and a stranger enters a gated community in Never Gonna Snow Again. A film editor uncovers a conspiracy in Dashcam and a Hollywood agent's life comes unstuck in The Beta Test. A woman goes to desperate measures to recover her dead sister in The Blazing World, while small time criminals get out of their depth in No Sudden Move and a dying woman tries to unravel a mystery in Fever Dream. A servant investigates a haunting in The Maid and a journalist returning to her Mexican roots is shocked by The Old Ways - see our interview with writer, director and star Marcos Gabriel, Christopher Alender and Brigitte Kali Canales.The former Soviet president is profiled in Gorbachev. Heaven and the Renaissance artist is celebrated in Exhibition On Screen: Raphael Revealed, plus there's a seasonal rerelease for Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone.


Packshot of ear for eye on ear for eye Streaming now on BBC iPlayer
Adaptation of the director's play about racial injustice.
Packshot of Cryptozoo on Cryptozoo Streaming now on MUBI
As cryptozookeepers struggle to capture a Baku (a legendary dream-eating hybrid creature) they begin to wonder if they should display these rare beasts in the confines of a cryptozoo, or if these mythical creatures should remain hidden and unknown.


We're bringing you coverage from Newfest in New York, where Metamorphosis is screening. We've recently been at the London Film Festival and Manchester's Grimmfest.

You can find additional suggestions to watch on television and streaming services at home in our Stay-at-Home Seven, plus our Streaming Spotlight, which offers five London Film Festival movies to catch at home, and you can check out the film-related fun happening over the next few days in our Halloween listings.


A way out Amalia Ulman on El Planeta, The Taste of Tea, Amadeus, The Nutcracker and Ernst Lubitsch

In the picture Brian Vincent on the art of Edward Brezinski and Make Me Famous

The Flaneur Dominik Graf on Erich Kästner and Fabian: Going To The Dogs

Survival instinct Marianne Farley on abortion rights, the Oscars and Frimas

Depth and levels Levan Koguashvili on cinematic elements and Georgia’s Oscar submission Brighton 4th

Walking the line James Ashcroft on character ambiguities and Coming Home In The Dark

Court records: Alec Baldwin told prop gun was safe before fatal shooting Star says his 'heart is broken' after 'tragic accident'

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We're bringing you news, reviews and interviews from Newfest in New York and Sci-Fi London.

We're looking forward to Abertoir and the London Korean Film Festival.

We've recently covered the London Film Festival, Manchester's Grimmfest, the New York Film Festival, the Scottish Queer International Film Festival, the San Sebastian Film Festival, the Glasgow Youth Film Festival, the Venice Film Festival and Deauville and Frightfest.

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