FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

A six-year-old celebrates her last summer with her beloved nanny this week in Àma Gloria - read our interview with director Marie Amachoukeli - while a 13-year-old Huilliche girl seek justice in Sorcery. The ordinary life of an extraordinary family is detailed in Sasquatch Sunset - see what directors David and Nathan Zellner told us about that. The tragic fate of a student on work experience is addressed in Next Sohee - see our interview with director July Jung - and the existence of God is debated in Freud's Last Session. The pain of child loss haunts The Moor - we spoke to director Chris Cronin - and a kidnapping goes awry in Hounds. Viggo Mortensen makes his directorial début with western The Dead Don't Hurt, a lonely girl finds her way to a secret underwater restaurant in Deep Sea, while three children have an unlikely adventure with cake and criminality in Riddle Of Fire. Memories of teenage love are revived by an impending wedding in Tell That To The Winter Sea, and an unlikely documentary gives you the chance to learn How To Rob A Bank. There's a celebration of London's greatest art collection in My National Gallery and big screen re-releases for solidarity story Pride and horror classic The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

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

DVD/STREAMING HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of The New Boy on Blu-Ray The New Boy Blu-Ray Review
The story of a nine-year-old Aboriginal orphan boy who arrives in the dead of night at a remote monastery, run by a renegade nun, where his presence disturbs the delicately balanced world.
Packshot of The Fall Guy on The Fall Guy Streaming now on Amazon
A battle-scarred stuntman, is drafted back into service when the star of a mega-budget studio movie - directed by his ex - goes missing.

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News

The land remembers Simon Aeppli on the folk horror landscape of 1970s Northern Ireland

Anouk Aimée - the eternal romantic Star of A Man And A Woman takes her leave at the age of 92

A fusion of music and story Oliver Murray with Ed Bahlman on Ronnie’s, The Quiet One and They All Came Out To Montreux

Breaking the mould Memoir Of A Snail director Adam Elliot on creating textured underdogs and emotional conflict

Teen spirit Inma de Reyes on capturing a youngster's bullfighting ambition in The Boy And The Suit Of Lights

Sheffield DocFest announces winners At The Door OF The House Who Will Come Knocking takes top prize

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