FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
There's chaos this week then a radio host is bitten by a rabid bat in Ten Minutes To Midnight, while the early life of David Bowie is imagined in Stardust and a Soviet atrocity is remembered in Dear Comrades! The surveillance of Martin Luther King Jr is explored in MLK/FBI, a director spills family secrets in Film About A Father Who, and prejudice in artificial intelligence is the subject of Coded Bias. Sisters compete over a man who might be a vampire in Climate Of The Hunter - see our interview with director Mickey Reece - while a young man visits a troubled friend in Poe adaptation The Bloodhound and a woman flees a killer in Hunted. A theme park built around a volcano proves to be a mistake in Skyfire and rebels prepare to take on alien wizards in Battle In Space: The Armada Attacks. There's a home invasion in For The Sake Of Vicious - see what directors Gabriel Carrer and Reese Eveneshen had to say about it - while a woman tries to survive a pandemic and worse in Before The Fire, and a bizarre rite of passage comes into play in Ham On Rye. Meanwhile, a Swede with Alzheimer's moves into a Thai nursing home in Mother.
A newly arrived immigrant witnesses a crime in short film Bienvenida A Nueva York Link
Key moments in the life of the feared biker gang leader are explored in Savage, streaming in the UK now Link
A late night radio host is trapped by a storm after being bitten by a bat in Ten Minutes To Midnight Link
We look back at the career of Jean-Pierre Bacri, who has died, aged 69 Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
If you're looking for inspiration about what to catch at home, try our weekly column, the Stay-At-Home Seven, which suggests films you can watch on UK TV or streaming services in the coming days, plus this week's Streaming Spotlight looks at archaeology in the movies.
Bacri - 'flawless' mover and shaker of French cinema Partner of Agnès Jaoui bows out after struggle with illness
Stay-At-Home Seven: January 18 to 23 - Television and streaming picks for the week ahead
Why French cinema remains alive and well UniFrance head reflects on reactions to the virtual Paris Rendez-vous
Streaming Spotlight: archaeology on film Seven great films about digging up the past
Remembering Michael Apted Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and Anne-Katrin Titze on the much admired director
2021 Glasgow Film Festival launched Full line-up announced as screenings go online
We're looking forward to this year's Glasgow Film Festival.
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