FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
A dance student stumbles upon a coven of witches this week in the reimagined Suspiria, Keanu Reeves plays a diamond dealer in danger in Siberia, a writing tutor and a student develop a dangerous obsession in The Workshop and the relationship between humans and nature is explored in Becoming Animal. A family is in crisis in Wildlife and a group of Widows find themselves forced to band together to pull off a heist. A small community responds to the loss of a child in Waru, an ageing hitman offers to help a suicidal youth in Dead In A Week (Or Your Money Back) and documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor? celebrates US kids' TV host Fred Rogers. There's an anthology of tales in The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs - read what its creators, the Coen Brothers, said about it. Peter Jackson colourises the First World War in They Shall Not Grow Old and the tale of Robert The Bruce is told in Outlaw King. All this, plus we also have coverage of the French Film Festival UK, the Seville Film Festival and Welsh horror spectacular Abertoir.
A writing tutor and a troubled student develop a mutual obsession in The Workshop Link
We The Animals leads pack in Independent Spirit Nominations Link #SpiritAwards
Princess Bride and Marathon Man screenwriter William Goldman has died at 87 Link
We review the remake of Suspiria Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
We're bringing you news and reviews from the French Film Festival UK, which opened this week with Sink Or Swim - watch the trailer reel above - and the Seville Film Festival and Welsh scarefest Abertoir. Our Tallinn Black Nights coverage is coming soon.
Into the future through the past Rupert Maconick in conversation on Takumi: A 60,000 Hour Story On the Survival Of Human Craft
Never finished Franz Rogowski on Christian Petzold's Transit and The State We Are In
Computer says no Paul Hyett on technology, the creative process and Peripheral
Taking control Desirae Brown on The 5 Browns: Digging Through The Darkness
Independent Spirit Awards nominations announced We The Animals leads pack
William Goldman dies Princess Bride screenwriter was 87
Feminist Arts Festival comes to Glasgow Rafiki among films screening
We're looking forward to the Scottish Queer International Film Festival.
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