FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

A dog groomer is groomed to commit crime this week in Dogman and young inventors shine in Science Fair. Nicolas Cage plays a man out for vengeance in Mandy and seven strangers meet for Bad Times At The El Royale. An unemployed man finds a new direction in Sink - we spoke with director Mark Gillis - while a woman grows suspicious about her own past in Nancy and life in a Hungarian village reflects the troubles of 1945. All this, plus we're bringing you news and reviews from the London Film Festival, and we still have reviews coming in from the New York Film Festival and the San Diego International Film Festival.

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FESTIVALS

We're bringing you all the latest from the London Film Festival, which features Colette among its headline galas. We spoke to writer/director Wash Westmoreland about it.

We have coverage of the Mostra De Valencia and Made In Prague coming soon.

We've recently been at the New York Film Festival and the San Diego International Film Festival.

News

'You cannot reach the weirdness of reality' Screenwriter Efthymis Filippou on his career, collaborations and approach to film

Cover story Dolly Wells on directing Emily Mortimer, bookshops, and Jane Curtin and Melissa McCarthy in Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Reacting to the camera Ruth Beckermann on the Waldheim family, historians, archive footage and The Waldheim Waltz

Rhapsody in red Peter Strickland on dreaming through films and In Fabric

Finding strength Janae Marie Kroczaleski on bodybuilding, gender transition and Transformer

CCA to reopen Iconic Glasgow film and event hub is back after fire

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We're bringing you all the latest news and reviews from the London Film Festival.



We're looking forward to Made In Prague and DOC NYC, the Dunoon Film Festival and Welsh horror spectacular Abertoir.



We've recently been covering the New York Film Festival and the San Diego International Film Festival, and the San Sebastian Film Festival.



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