A rival causes trouble for Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil this week, the story of British Intelligence whistleblower Katharine Gun is told in Official Secrets and order breaks down among a group of trapped girls in Ladyworld. There's drama in the publishing industry in Non-Fiction while a community responds to the brutal murders of black men in What You Gonna Do When The World's On Fire? and the story of a troubled porn star unfolds in Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life. A preacher is targeted by the FBI in The Day Shall Come and a psychiatrist meets a man with a terrible secret in The Dead Center - see our interview with director Billy Senese. Alongside this, you can check out our coverage of the Cambridge Film Festival and we still have reviews coming in from the New York Film Festival and the London Film Festival - plus there's still time to catch Joaquin Phoenix in Joker.


HBO documentary Saudi Women's Driving School meets women taking to the road for the first time Link

Short comedy Extinction tells the story of a young activist going up against the establishment Link #ExtinctionRebellion

"She's a sick, ill person, but she's not a victim" - Isabelle Huppert on Frankie Link

People who died in the Troubles in Northern Ireland are remembered in Lost Lives Link #LFF2019

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A freshly released convict aims for a fresh heist.
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When a youngster goes to stay with a wealthy friend, he finds himself caught up as a messenger boy for a clandestine affair.


We're bringing you coverage of the the Cambridge Film Festival, where Making Waves: The Art Of Cinematic Sound is screening. We're looking forward to the French Film Festival next month.


Hidden Places Isabelle Huppert on filming in Sintra, fashion and Frankie

Engaging Martin Scorsese Gay Talese on Martin Scorsese and The Irishman

Recording the soul Arnaud Desplechin on editing, Oh Mercy! and Cries And Whispers

A contemporary character Pietro Marcello on his film of Martin Eden and Jack London’s novel

Diversity Rocks Sarah Gavron and Theresa Ikoko on capturing the teenage spirit and pushing the industry forward

The making of a hybrid Bertrand Bonello on histories and Zombi Child

Oscar animation longlist revealed 32 films under consideration

Black Hat takes this year's Iris Prize My Brother Is A Mermaid wins Best British Short

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We're bring you coverage of this year's Cambridge Film Festival.

We're looking forward to New York's NewFest, the London Korean Film Festival and the French Film Festival.

We've recently been at the New York Film Festival, the London Film Festival, the Iris Prize Festival in Cardiff, Manchester's Grimmfest, the Scottish Queer International Film Festival, the San Sebastian Film Festival and Fantastic Fest in Austin.

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More competitions coming soon.