FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

Armando Iannucci takes on Dickens this week with The Personal History Of David Copperfield, two teenagers investigate family disappearances in No Fathers In Kashmir, and a scandal at Fox News is dramatised in Bombshell. Terrence Malick tells the story of a man who resisted Nazi conscription in A Hidden Life, a girl discovers that she can control the rain in animé Weathering With You and a lawyer fights to save a condemned man in Just Mercy. Documentary Midnight Traveler follows an Afghan family forced to go on the run, and a film icon is celebrated in Be Natural: The Untold Story Of Alice Guy-Blaché. All this, plus there's a rerelease for Alejandro Jodorowsky's The Holy Mountain and we're bringing you news, reviews and interviews from Sundance.

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Documentary Big Fur introduces a champion taxidermist with a thing about Sasquatches Link #Slamdance

Zia Anger's My First Film will open this year's Glasgow Short Film Festival Link #gsff20

We take a look at Chinese video streaming doc Present. Perfect showing @ICALondon's Frames of Representation Link

An unexpected friendship develops between an artist and the addict who robbed her in The Painter And The Thief… Link

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of The Criminal on DVD The Criminal DVD Review
A freshly released convict aims for a fresh heist.
Packshot of The Go-Between on DVD The Go-Between DVD Review
When a youngster goes to stay with a wealthy friend, he finds himself caught up as a messenger boy for a clandestine affair.

FESTIVALS

We're bringing you all the latest from Sundance, where La Llorona is screening. Plus we're looking forward to the Glasgow Film Festival.

News

On the bumpy road to bromance From Sundance short to prize-winning feature

Down to earth with Alice Winocour French director to attend Glasgow Film Festival gala opening

Sundance 2020 preview Films we're looking out for in the coming days

My First Film to open Glasgow Short Film Festival Felix Kubin joins guest line-up

25th New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema lineup announced Hirokazu Kore-eda’s The Truth to open festival

Sundance looks to future Festival skips press conference as chiefs talk of evolution and revolution

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We've recently been at Palm Springs, the French Film Festival and Tallinn Black Nights, Welsh horror spectacular Abertoir, the London Korean Film Festival and DOC NYC and the Valencia Film Festival.



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