A TV star and a stuntman make their way through Tinseltown this week in Once Upon A Time ... In Hollywood - see what director Quentin Tarantino and stars Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie had to say about it - while a true story of literary impersonation is dramatised in JT LeRoy and a Russian rock star is caught up in a love triangle in Leto. A teenager survives Thatcher's Britain through the music of Bruce Springsteen in Blinded By The Light and there's a re-releases for Hitchcock classic Notorious with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman.


A couple on their first date get locked inside a cinema in romcom One Last Night Link

Costa-Gavras to receive Donostia Award in San Sebastian Link #67SSIFF Link

London Film Festival gets Knives Out for gala Link #LFF2019

An audition moves into uncomfortable territory for Lili Link #FantasiaFest #MeToo

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An LAPD detective whose undercover work ended in tragedy is faced to confront her past when the leader of the gang she was embedded in re-emerges.


We're looking forward to Frightfest, where The Wind is screening, as well as the Glasgow Youth Film Festival, the San Sebastian Film Festival and NYFF next month.


Inside the story Valerio Mastandrea on working with Abel Ferrara, Valeria Golino, Silvio Soldini and Marco Bellocchio

Cultivating a story Flavio Alves on the lives of trans women and undocumented immigrants, and The Garden Left Behind

Mocky - Final exit for France’s restless free spirit Director and actor dies, aged 90

Connecting two worlds Bart Freundlich on Michelle Williams' character, Billy Crudup's hair, and After The Wedding

Costa-Gavras to be honoured at San Sebastian Filmmaker will receive Donostia Award

London Festival gets Knives Out Daniel Craig and Chris Evans star in modern 'whodunnit'

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