FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

A man has to tell a story to save his life this week in Night Of The Kings while a young woman wrestles with alcoholism in Justine. A woman has to fight off the same assailant every night in Lucky - we spoke to director Natasha Kermani - while a hairdresser nurses a potentially deadly obsession in The Stylist. You can explore the oral history of the Western Isles in Iorram (Boat Song), follow the story of a punk legend in Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché, or see theoretical physicists at work in Black Holes: The Edge Of All We Know. The death of Jamal Khashoggi is the focus of The Dissident, everyday life in the Middle East is depicted in Notturno - see our interview with director Gianfranco Rosi - and the work of painter James Morrison features in Eye Of The Storm. A carer fears for her Down syndrome client in Dementer, a family is threatened in The Dark And The Wicked, and The United States Vs Billie Holiday charts the targeting of the blues singer. Plus we still have reviews and interviews coming in from the Glasgow Film Festival.

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of The Masque Of The Red Death on Blu-Ray The Masque Of The Red Death Blu-Ray Review
A cruel prince devotes himself to Satan and lives a life of excess, but just beyond his castle gates lurks a deadly plague.
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Multi-textual examination of a mass-murder

FESTIVALS

We're still bringing you reviews from the Glasgow Film Festival, where The Old Ways is screening - see our interview with director, writer and star Christopher Alender, Marcos Gabriel and Brigitte Kali Canales - and the Berlin Film Festival. There's some highlights from Glasgow, along with other streaming recommendations in this week's Stay-At-Home Seven and we're taking our Streaming Spotlight on the trail of trials.

News

Relations and reactions Stellan Skarsgård on the importance of life and Hope

Back on the trail Anna Kerrigan on depicting mental illness and creating backstories for Cowboys

Portrait of a killing Woo Min-ho on the death of President Park and The Man Standing Next

Secret agent men Ollie Aslin and Gary Lennon on low budget espionage and Castro’s Spies

Taking possession Christopher Alender, Marcos Gabriel and Brigitte Kali Canales on The Old Ways

Online GFF celebrates reaching 37,733 viewers Sweetheart wins Audience Award

Schoolgirls takes top prize at Goyas Pilar Palomero's debut wins four awards at Spanish Oscars

More news and features

We still have coverage coming in from the Glasgow Film Festival and the Berlin Film Festival.



We're looking forward to SXSW and BFI Flare.



We've recently covered Slamdance, Sundance, New Directors/New Films, Tallinn Black Nights and DOC NYC.



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