This week sees an Irishwoman seek revenge in 19th Century Tasmania in The Nightingale, while a firefighter battles to save the Earth in animé Promare, plus it's Knives Out after the death of a writer. Documentary Shooting The Mafia profiles Sicilian photographer Letizia Battagli and a housewife struggles to impress her neighbours in Greener Grass. A girl breaks the rules of a snake-handling cult in Them That Follow and an Iranian woman's footballing ambitions are frustrated because she needs her husband's Permission to leave the country. Alongside this, there's a rerelease for Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, plus we're bringing you coverage of the French Film Festival and Tallinn Black Nights.


Bernardo Barreto talks about his feature film debut The Seeker and the art of the single take Link #PÖFF23

We take a look at the British (and other) names in the frame as Sundance announces features line-up Link #Sundance2020

The Irishman has been named Best Film at this year's New York Film Critics Circle awards Link

Unlucky in love, a woman checks herself into a special retreat to be made into Marriage Material Link

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Packshot of The Criminal on DVD The Criminal DVD Review
A freshly released convict aims for a fresh heist.
Packshot of The Go-Between on DVD The Go-Between DVD Review
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 Tallinn Black Nights, where Arracht screened, plus the French Film Festival.


'It's kind of like magic' Bernardo Barreto on his feature debut The Seeker and the art of a long single take

The imagination of time Alice Rohrwacher on Happy As Lazzaro and series The Wonders at MoMA

The timing was breathtaking Michael Apted at the Film Forum US theatrical première of 63 Up

Cinematic presence Jessica Regan on Gilbert Adrian, Judy Garland, The Wizard Of Oz and In Pursuit Of Fashion

Sundance announces feature film slate Jolie, Wishaw, Riseborough and Affleck among star names

The Irishman hits the spot in NYC New York Film Critics Circle awards announced

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We're bringing you coverage of Tallinn Black Nights and the French Film Festival.

We've recently been at Welsh horror spectacular Abertoir, the London Korean Film Festival and DOC NYC, the Valencia Film Festival, New York's NewFest, the Cambridge Film Festival, the New York Film Festival and the London Film Festival.

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