A homeless man claims to be a superhero this week in Archenemy - see our interview with director Adam Egypt Mortimer - while young thieves break into the wrong house in The Owners and a family is threatened in The Dark And The Wicked. A young mother fights to retrieve her stolen baby in Song Without A Name - see what director Melina León told us about it - while families fall out in Rome in Bad Tales and The United States Vs Billie Holiday charts the targeting of the blues singer. A social media star is drawn into a cruel game in Shook, there's an anarchic take on Canadian history in The Twentieth Century, and a woman uncovers a pharmaceutical conspiracy in Breeder. Plus we're bringing you news, reviews and interviews from the Glasgow Film Festival .


"I wanted to represent her as a princess" - Jayro Bustamante on La Llorona Link

Trouble brews in an isolated mining community in The Last Ones Link #GFF21

A man returns to his hometown and brings the rain with him in Redemption Of A Rogue Link #GFF21

Documentary Underplayed celebrates women in electronic music Link #GFF21

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A cruel prince devotes himself to Satan and lives a life of excess, but just beyond his castle gates lurks a deadly plague.
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Multi-textual examination of a mass-murder


We're currently covering the Glasgow Film Festival, where Spring Blossom is screening - see our interview with writer/director/star Suzanne Lindon. We've recently been at Slamdance and Sundance. There's some highlights from Glasgow, along with other streaming recommendations in this week's Stay-At-Home Seven and we're shining our Streaming Spotlight on food you can fall in love with.


A Mayan princess Jayro Bustamante on seeing a legend differently in La Llorona

Montana story Anna Kerrigan on gender, casting and locations in Cowboys

Steps to success Alexis Bruchon on doing it himself in The Woman With Leopard Shoes

Capturing Guantánamo Kevin Macdonald on Mohamedou Ould Salahi, Guantánamo Bay and making The Mauritanian

Shouting and silence Eugen Jebeleanu on homophobia, Poppy Field and moving from theatre to film

A family story Lee Isaac Chung, Steven Yeun, Noel Cho and Alan Kim on making Minari

Roger Corman joins GFF star line-up Special screening of remastered The Masque Of The Red Death added

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