FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Climate change is in focus this week in documentary 2040, a friendship that shaped modern motor racing is dramatised in Le Mans '66, and enemies unite to hunt down a serial killer in The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil. Crime does not pay in mob saga The Irishman - see what Martin Scorsese had to say about it - while Werner Herzog interviews the former Soviet leader in Meeting Gorbachev. Alongside this, we're bringing you coverage of the French Film Festival plus Tallinn Black Nights and Abertoir.
A self-declared 'class outsider' becomes the study buddy of the most perfect boy in school in Psychobitch Link #PÖFF23
The stepdaughter of a charismatic pastor begins to question her faith in Disco Link #PÖFF23
Wendy Makkena discusses working with Tom Hanks on A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood Link
A couple who are struggling to conceive make a startling discovery in Anya Link - on DVD and DigitalHD next week
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
The turning point Wendy Makkena on Tom Hanks, Chris Cooper and Matthew Rhys in A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood
Decisive moments Evelyn Schels on Marina Abramovic, Sigalit Landau, Shirin Neshat and Katharina Sieverding in Body Of Truth
Sense memories Robert Tinnell on Feast Of The Seven Fishes and family memories
Keeping his word Michael Apted in conversation on 63 Up
Talking about juxtapositions Thom Powers on dreams, fashion, identity, nature and bright spotlights in DOC NYC
Dedicated to DA Pennebaker Thom Powers on Martin Scorsese, Michael Apted, the Masters and Winner’s Circle in the tenth edition
We've recently been at the London Korean Film Festival and DOC NYC, the Valencia Film Festival, New York's NewFest, the Cambridge Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, the London Film Festival, the Iris Prize Festival in Cardiff, and Manchester's Grimmfest.
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