FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

A family falls prey to a terrifying legacy this week in Hereditary, a teenager faces difficult decisions in The Ciambra, the last days of Oscar Wilde are dramatised in The Happy Prince and highway patrol cops have an unexpected adventure in Super Troopers 2.The dinosaurs are back in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, fashion designer Alexander McQueen gets the documentary treatment, a woman finds herself back in close quarters with her ex in The Boy Downstairs - we spoke with director Sophie Brooks - and a man remembers being raised by animals in Lek And The Dogs. Plus there are rereleases for Jane Campion drama The Piano and French wartime comedy King Of Hearts.

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The story of a baseball player sent to assassinate Heisenberg is dramatised in The Catcher Was A Spy Link

Denis Lavant discusses the Mountain, his first US filmmaking experience Link

From the archive and out today, a teenager faces choices as he comes of age in The Ciambra Link

A horror film crew’s progress is destroyed by a demonic presence, which spurs on a documentarian in Darkness Reigns… Link

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

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Portrait of the ACT UP activist group, a direct action collective aiming to impact the lives of people with AIDS.
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A black doctor is assigned to treat two white racist suspects who are brothers, and when one dies it causes tension that could start a race riot.

FESTIVALS

We're looking forward to Edinburgh Film Festival, which will open with Puzzle, starring Kelly Macdonald and, in July, we'll be in Karlovy Vary. We're also bringing reviews from Sundance London.

We've recently been at the Tribeca Film Festival and Cannes. Plus the posters for the 66th edition of San Sebastian Film Festival have just been released.

News

The threshold move Denis Lavant turns the pages of The Mountain

In the crosshairs Alexandre Moors on bringing The Yellow Birds to the screen

Making Babies Joanne Mitchell on her love of horror, awesome women and Attack Of The Adult Babies

A great communicator Wim Wenders on the refugee crisis, the power of nature, and Pope Francis: A Man Of His Word

Dans La Brume to open Fantasia 24 additional titles announced

Cameo launches LGBT+ pilot Cinema project for young people aims to curate films and promote discussion

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We're stepping back in time for our latest competitions. Win a copy of Aardman Animation's prehistoric football adventure Early Man or the new 4K restoration of war classic The Dam Busters on DVD.