A woman sets out to save bees this week in Honeyland, strippers plan a scam in Hustlers and a woman tries to get on with her life in war-torn Syria in For Sama - see our interview with co-directors Waad al-Kateab and Edward Watts. A serial killer with multiple personalities takes on the cops who have caught him in Night Hunter, a black ex-con tries to build a new life in a white Wisconsin farming town in Halfway and a young carer makes a terrible discovery in Phoenix. A ladybird and an ant have A Miniscule Adventure as they seek to rescue a lost child, The Shiny Shrimps sees a swimmer made to coach a gay water polo team to atone for homophobic remarks, and Rojo explores political intrigue on the eve of Argentina's dictatorship - read what director Benjamín Naishtat told us about making the film. All this, plus there's a rerelease for John Schlesinger classic Midnight Cowboy.


Plus, win a copy of The Criminal on Blu-ray in our lates #competition Link Link

The Criminal is out on DVD/Blu-ray this week - we take a look at the extras Link

We take a look at Joseph Losey's crime drama The Criminal Link

Plus win a copy of The Go-Between on Blu-ray in our latest competition Link

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Packshot of The Criminal on DVD The Criminal DVD Review
A freshly released convict aims for a fresh heist.
Packshot of The Go-Between on DVD The Go-Between DVD Review
When a youngster goes to stay with a wealthy friend, he finds himself caught up as a messenger boy for a clandestine affair.


We've recently been covering the Glasgow Youth Film Festival, where The Farewell is screening.

We're looking forward to the San Sebastian Film Festival, the New York Film Festival and the London Film Festival.


Edward Lachman and New York remember Robert Frank Photographer/filmmaker passed away aged 94

The magpie Lauren Ashley Carter talks fight scenes, troubled characters, animal inspiration and Artik

A cinematic runway Anna Sui on the influence of cinema and Dennis Nothdruft on fairy tales in The World Of Anna Sui

Forming a mountain Rick Alverson on Tye Sheridan, Jeff Goldblum, Udo Kier, and Denis Lavant in The Mountain

Postcard from Venice Film Festival The Truth, Only The Animals, Joker, Ad Astra, J'Accuse, The Laundromat and more

Facing the music Andrew Desmond on Freya Tingley, Rutger Hauer, Alexis Maingaud and The Sonata

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