FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Trouble breaks out on a building site this week in Concrete Plans while an actor tries to resurrect his wrestling career in You Cannot Kill David Arquette, Christian teenagers inadvertently release a succubus in Porno - see our interview with director Keola Racela - and a man tries to rescue a marine mammal in The Walrus And The Whistleblower. We peer into the past as Canadians try to choose the right leader for The Twentieth Century, while nothing goes to plan for Lowdown Dirty Criminals, a mother tries to connect with her ailing daughter in Asia and a bereaved man searches for a missing hammer in Patrick. A paralysed girl is trapped in a house with a rabid dog in Ropes and another tries to escape her troubled mother in Run. The aftermath of a nightclub fire is examined in Collective and an actor/stuntman's struggle with burns is recounted in To Hell And Back: The Kane Hodder Story, while we have news and reviews coming in from Tallinn Black Nights and DOC NYC.
A woman finds herself on a collision course with small-town patriarchy after her sister's kidnap in Ulbolsyn Link #POFF24
We take a second look at Nanni Moretti's exploration of family grief, A Son's Room, out on Blu-ray this week Link
A woman finds herself in a political and emotional power struggle as she tries to save her family farm in Beasts… Link
Documentary The Walrus And The Whistleblower looks at one man's quest to rescue a marine mammal Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
If you're looking for inspiration about what to catch at home, try our latest weekly column, the Stay-At-Home Seven, which suggests films you can watch on UK TV or streaming services in the coming days, plus this week's Streaming Spotlight focuses on Icelandic cinema.
Director puts femmes to the fore Martin Provost on Juliette Binoche, gender divisions and revolution
Stay-At-Home Seven: November 23 to 30 - Streaming and TV suggestions Gems to watch on streaming services and TV for the coming week
Dreams of reality Jason Neulander on perception, reality and breaking the rules in his debut Fugitive Dreams
Streaming Spotlight - Icelandic cinema We're heading north for our watch-at-home selection this week
Electric dreams Marc Collin on Le Choc Du Futur and celebrating female pioneers
Catalan Film Festival announces hybrid line-up Scottish Spanish showcase runs from November 19 to December
We've recently been covering Sheffield DocFest, the London Korean Film Festival, Welsh horror festival Abertoir, New York's Newfest, the October edition of Frightfest, the Scottish Queer International Film Festival, the London Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, the Venice Film Festival, Manchester's Grimmfest and the San Sebastian Film Festival.
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