FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
A little engine with a big personality comes to the big screen this week in Thomas & Friends: Big World! Big Adventures! The Movie while you can still catch a favourite animated superhero family in Incredibles 2 (screening with adorable short Bao). An aristocrat unwittingly falls for a maid in Madame, a former army chaplain faces new challenges in First Reformed and a group of siblings try to hide the death of their mother in The Secret Of Marrowbone. A girl adjusts to country life after her mum's death in Summer 1993, a teenager is embarrassed by her mum in Pin Cushion and a bereaved father and son fall for the same woman in The Butterfly Tree. The story of the planes that won the Battle of Britain is told in Spitfire, home movies from Jihadi training camps feature in Path Of Blood and there's a re-release for Hitchcock classic Vertigo - plus we're bringing you all the latest from the Fantasia Film Festival and we still have reviews coming in from the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Parents react to having children who are not what they expected in Far From The Tree Link
We take a look at North Carolina-set coming-of-age drama Moss Link
San Sebastian announces Spanish titles Link #66SSIFF
A camgirl finds her account taken over by a stranger who looks just like her in Cam Link #fantasia2018
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Eye for detail Lisa Immordino Vreeland on Rupert Everett, Leslie Caron and George Cukor in Love, Cecil
For the love of lemurs Mark C Smith on taking the plunge into stop-motion animation with Two Balloons
The image maker Tiffany Bartok on Isabella Rossellini, Tori Amos and Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story
Spanish titles announced by San Sebastian 19 homegrown features and shorts in line-up
Open City releases line-up Festival will open with Baronesa and close with The Swing
Chloë Levine, Barbara Crampton, Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson among Frightfest guests Two more films added to line-up
We're bringing you all the latest from the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal.
We're looking forward to Frightfest in London.
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