FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Anthony Hopkins stars as an elderly man in conflict with his daughter over care this week in The Father, while a teenager gets dating advice from a ghost in Ellie & Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt), and another takes on a scientist from the future in Erratum 2037. A woman suspects that the house she's inherited is cursed in Agony, there's adventure in the jungle at the Edge Of The World and a young man begins to doubt his memories in Flashback. A lone woman searches for meaning in the wilderness in Land, and there's a rerelease for the Coen brothers' Fargo. George Romero explores discrimination in The Amusement Park, a rewilding project features in The Land Of Azaba and Exhibition On Screen takes a fresh look at Van Gogh's Sunflowers. The life of a farmed pig is documented in Gunda while child marriage in the US is exposed in Knots: A Forced Marriage Story. A Chilean activist is profiled in Lemebel and there's a re-release for Bruce Willis thriller 16 Blocks. All this, plus we're bringing you news, reviews and more from Tribeca.
Sheffield DocFest announces winners Link #SheffDocFest2021
Sorious Samura collaborates with an old friend on a play intended to celebrate Sierra Leone in Sing, Freetown… Link
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Gaza Mon Amour leads Critics' Awards for Arab films nominations Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
The wolf at the door Lisa Immordino Vreeland on Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation
Streaming spotlight: musicians turned actors We celebrate stars who have shone in more than one firmament
Capturing creativity Zaida Bergrothon on Alma Pöysti, Krista Kosonen and filming Tove
Ways of storytelling Pan Nalin on trains, Kubrick, found objects, cooking and Last Film Show
A taste for blood Amelia Moses on Bleed With Me, Bloodthirsty and reimagining the werewolf
Sheffield DocFest announces winners Nũhũ Yãg Mũ Yõg Hãm: This Land Is Our Land! and Ali and His Miracle Sheep take prizes
Gaza Mon Amour leads Critics Awards for Arab films nominations 200 Meters also makes strong showing in shortlist
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