FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

A biker gang takes on more than it can handle this week in Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga - read what director George Miller had to say about it - while a lasagne-loving cat gets caught up in a heist in The Garfield Movie. A man decides to rob his own bank in The Delinquents - we spoke with director Rodrigo Moreno - and a Pakistani mother and daughter struggle against aggressive misogyny in In Flames. A troubled girl discovers that she can see other people's forgotten invisible friends 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.

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.

DVD/STREAMING HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of William Shatner: You Can Call Me Bill on William Shatner: You Can Call Me Bill Streaming now on Amazon
A portrait of William Shatner's personal journey over nine decades on Earth.
Packshot of Enter The Clones Of Bruce Lee on Blu-Ray Enter The Clones Of Bruce Lee Blu-Ray Review
A documentary about the men drafted in to fill the gap and keep audiences happy after the death of cinema's greatest martial arts star.

FESTIVALS

We've been bringing you all the latest from the Cannes Film Festival, where Southern Brides screened. We're also covering Inside Out in Toronto.

News

Entering the dream Bertrand Bonello discusses Coma and The Beast

Making filmmaking fun Harrison Xu and Ivan Leung on Extremely Unique Dynamic

'I've been lucky that I've been able to combine TV and film' Barry Ward on his career, prestige and working on the big and small screen

Audacious filmmaking David Hinton on Made In England: The Films Of Powell And Pressburger

Muslim International Film Festival director hopes to break down prejudice "People are ready to connect," says Sajid Varda.

Shaking Sean Baker lifts the Palme d’Or Sex work comedy Anora triumphs in Cannes with rewards for India, Iran and Mexican drug cartel musical

More news and features

We're bringing you all the excitement of the world's most celebrated film festival direct from Cannes, as well as covering Inside Out in Toronto.



We're looking forward to the Muslim International Film Festival, the Tribeca Film Festival, Docs Ireland and the Fantasia International Film Festival.



We've recently covered Fantaspoa, Queer East, Visions du Réel, New Directors/New Films, the Overlook Film Festival, BFI Flare, the Glasgow Short Film Festival and SXSW.



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