The story of Marie Curie is told this week in Radioactive and six men on a boat try to decide which of them is best in Chevalier. A bereaved man nurtures an obsession in A White, White Day - we spoke to star Ingvar Sigurdsson - while a friendship comes under strain in Lynn + Lucy - see what director Fyzal Boulifa and stars Nichola Burley and Roxanne Scrimshaw had to say about it - and two people wake up with nasty injuries and no memories in Alive. Pollution on Rapa Nui is the subject of documentary Eating Up Easter and Formula One star Lella Lombardi is profiled in Beyond Driven - we spoke to co-director Riyaana Hartley - while a New York tradition is celebrated in The Booksellers. A 17th Century Englishwoman's life is turned upside down in Fanny Lye Deliver'd - see our interview with director Thomas Clay - while a teenager stands trial for murder in The Girl With A Bracelet and another struggles with growing up in Seoul in House Of Hummingbird. There's animé to enjoy, as two young people are united in their dreams in Your Name and a girl mysteriously controls the rain in Weathering With You. Over at the BFI, there's a chance to see classic French noir Le Doulos along with Jacques Audiard's A Prophet, Rust And Bone and Dheepan. All this, plus we're bringing you coverage of the Edinburgh International Film Festival online selection.


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We look back at the life of Ennio Morricone - and an interview he gave to us in 2018 - RIP Link Link

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The true story of the Anzac's Battle of Long Tan in Vietnam.


Check out our latest weekly column, the Stay-At-Home Seven, which suggests films you can watch on UK TV or streaming services in the coming days, this week including Cold In July. We've also got a Streaming Spotlight on cinema's canine stars, plus we're bringing you coverage of the online programming from the virtual edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest, the US streaming edition of the Making Waves: New Romanian Cinema celebration and the Edinburgh International Film Festival online selection.


Stay-At-Home Seven: July 6 to 12 Suggestions of films to catch on TV and streaming services this week.

Morricone: 'The Mozart of film music' Memories of an encounter with the maestro, who has died at 91

Streaming spotlight: dog days The best of canine cinema you can catch online

Setting the pace Riyaana Hartley on Lella Lombardi, Beyond Driven and women in Formula One

San Sebastian announces titles Plans going ahead for physical edition of the festival

London Film Festival announces hybrid edition 50 virtual festival premieres in programme

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