FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Events leading up to an Australian tragedy are dramatised this week in Nitram - see our interview with director Justin Kurzel - and if you have a burning love for cinema, you can check out Baz Luhrmann's Elvis. Prisoners put on a play in The Big Hit and a man tries to rebuild his life as a pandemic causes amnesia in Apples - director Christos Nikou shared his thoughts. A young woman becomes her father's carer in Moon, 66 Questions - we spoke with director Jacqueline Lentzou - and Sufi Muslims go on a spiritual journey in Faya Dayi - see what director Jessica Beshir told us about it. All this, plus there's a rerelease for Rambo story First Blood.
If you can't get to a cinema, we have plenty of suggestions for films to watch on television and streaming services in our Stay-at-Home Seven, plus we're shining a spotlight on Tribeca Film Festival winners.
Keeping it simple Paul Solet on partnering with Adrien Brody to make Clean
Schreiber’s crusade for Ukraine Actor spearheads campaign for help at the grassroots
Still waters Ed Accura on changing the narrative with Blacks Can’t Swim: Rewind
Court them in song and rhyme Ethan Silverman on Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs Of Marc Bolan & T. Rex
Connecting to Leonard Cohen Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller on Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song
Fireworks herald return of Karlovy Vary Czech festival back in business with a fanfare and a flourish
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