FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

A marriage unravels this week in The Nest, a girl tries to keep her mother's absence a secret in Rocks - see what writer and director Theresa Ikoko and Sarah Gavron had to say about it - and punk reggae protest movement Rock Against Racism is profiled in White Riot. Two most excellent dudes are called upon to save the universe in Bill And Ted Face The Music, while three teenagers drive to a festival in Summerland and a mixed race, same sex couple move to the wrong small town in Spiral. A remote prairie settler is haunted by The Wind, a preacher faces family conflict in Luz: The Flower Of Evil - see our interview with director Juan Diego Escobar Alzate - and there's a virtual rerelease for werewolf comedy Dog Soldiers. Police look for a scapegoat in Bong Joon-ho's Memories Of Murder, while an amnesiac man tries to solve a crime he may have committed in Killed My Wife. All this, plus we're bringing you news and reviews from the Venice Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, the San Sebastian Film Festival and the Taiwan Film Festival Edinburgh.

TWITTER

An inhabitant of a dystopian future tries to avoid being replaced by a clone in LX 2048 Link

"Kharms had so many ideas and we wanted them all" - Guy Maddin on Stump The Guesser Link

A teenager falls for a call girl with a violent pimp in All Roads To Pearla Link

Frightfest has cancelled its October Cineworld event but a virtual one will still happen Link #Frightfest #COVID19

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of It Couldn't Happen Here on Blu-Ray It Couldn't Happen Here Blu-Ray Review
The Pet Shop Boys explore a changing England.
Packshot of Cleanin' Up The Town: Remembering Ghostbusters on Blu-Ray Cleanin' Up The Town: Remembering Ghostbusters Blu-Ray Review
A documentary about the making of the original Ghostbusters.

FESTIVALS

Check out our latest weekly column, the Stay-At-Home Seven, which suggests films you can watch on UK TV or streaming services in the coming days. We've also got a Streaming Spotlight on winners from San Sebastian, where The Truffle Hunters will screen. It will also screen at New York Film Festival, also currently under way, plus we're bringing you reviews from the Taiwan Film Festival Edinburgh.

News

Guessing game Guy Maddin on Mr. Memory, Daniil Kharms and Stump The Guesser

Stay-At-Home Seven - September 21 to 27 Films to catch on the telly and streaming services this week

The insider Ruben Pla on moving from acting to directing with The Horror Crowd

Streaming Spotlight - San Sebastian Shell winners This week we're focusing on films that took home the top prizes in Spain

Frightfest's October Cineworld event cancelled Online event will still take place

Cinemas exempt from coronavirus curfew New rules won't stop you watching films

More news and features

We're bringing you news, reviews and interviews from the Venice Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, the San Sebastian Film Festival and the Taiwan Film Festival Edinburgh.



We're looking forward to the Scottish Queer International Film Festival, Manchester's Grimmfest, the London Film Festival and Newfest.



We've recently been covering the Fantasia International Film Festival, London.horror festival Frightfest and LGBTQ+ festival Outfest LA.



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