A troubled girl discovers that she can see other people's forgotten invisible friends this week in If, while another grows up with a mother who hunts for treasure in bins in Hoard, and there is comedy as dark as it gets in The Coffee Table. A daughter retraces her troubled father's footsteps in Nightwatch: Demons Are Forever, a man tries to hold on to his failing hotel in A Family Affair, and the legacy of a certain Kevin Smith film is explored in Chasing Chasing Amy - we spoke with director and star Sav Rodgers. A troubled archaeologist helps to loot ancient treasures in festival hit La Chimera - we interviewed director Alice Rohrwacher - while two women care for partners with brain injuries in The Almond And The Seahorse. A documentarian tries to look after his uncle in Much Ado About Dying, and there's a rerelease for early Danny Boyle thriller Shallow Grave.

We also have a great selection of film and streaming suggestions in our Stay-at-Home Seven, plus read our Streaming Spotlight on the films of Roger Corman.


Packshot of Brian And Charles on Brian And Charles Streaming now on Netflix
A story of friendship, love, and letting go. And a 7ft tall robot that eats cabbages. A comedy shot in documentary format.
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A woman who raised herself in the marshes of the Deep South becomes a suspect in the murder of a man with whom she was once involved.


Our Paris correspondent is on the Croisette, bringing you all the latest from the Cannes Film Festival, where Rumours is screening, read what Guy Maddin, Cate Blanchett and the Johnson Bros said at the press conference and watch it in full above.


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Gere in his father’s footsteps Star reprises creative relationship with Schrader four decades after American Gigolo

Emma Stone gets physical in Cannes Lanthimos’ 'muse' on body language, equality and telling stories

Meryl crowned Queen of the Croisette Honorary Palme for Hollywood royalty as Cannes crowds and first nighters go wild for Streep

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