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Catalan Film Festival announces hybrid line-up
Scottish Spanish showcase runs from November 19 to December - 13 Nov 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Glasgow announes hybrid edition for 2021
Festival also to showcase films on year-round platform - 13 Nov 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
European Film Award nominations announced
Feature and documentary categories expanded as result of pandemic - 10 Nov 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Depp asked to leave Fantastic Beasts franchise
Star resigns following libel case loss last week - 06 Nov 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Johnny Kevorkian dies
Genre community pays respects - 04 Nov 2020
by Jennie Kermode
French Film Festival hit by cinema closures
More than 200 screenings to be postponed due to fresh English lockdown - 03 Nov 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Sean Connery dies
Tributes pour in for James Bond star - 31 Oct 2020
by Jennie Kermode
Made in Prague announces hybrid festival
24th edition will open with the UK premiere of Havel - 28 Oct 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
French Film Festival UK returns for 28th edition
Hybrid edition planned - 21 Oct 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Jeff Bridges diagnosed with lymphoma
"As the Dude would say.. New S**T has come to light" - 20 Oct 2020
by Jennie Kermode
2020 does Halloween differently
London and Edinburgh events are reimagined to follow pandemic rules - 16 Oct 2020
by Jennie Kermode
NYFF extended through today
Muhammad Ali, the Greatest and Meeting the Man: James Baldwin in Paris screening tonight - 13 Oct 2020
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Calvert Journal announces digital film festival
Line-up showcases cinema from New East - 11 Oct 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Thomas Jefferson Byrd murdered in Atlanta
Spike Lee pays tribute - 05 Oct 2020
by Jennie Kermode
Cineworld considering closure of UK and US outlets
Claims made that business is not viable during lockdown - 04 Oct 2020
by Jennie Kermode
Christian Petzold and Heinz Emigholz to give free NYFF talk
Directors to discuss Undine and The Lobby - 28 Sep 2020
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Beginning wins Golden Shell
Georgian film takes top prize at San Sebastian - 28 Sep 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Frightfest's October Cineworld event cancelled
Online event will still take place - 23 Sep 2020
by Jennie Kermode
Cinemas exempt from coronavirus curfew
New rules won't stop you watching films - 22 Sep 2020
by Jennie Kermode
Bond villain takes his leave
Michael Lonsdale dies in Paris at 89 - 21 Sep 2020
by Richard Mowe

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Director puts femmes to the fore Martin Provost on Juliette Binoche, gender divisions and revolution

Stay-At-Home Seven: November 23 to 30 - Streaming and TV suggestions Gems to watch on streaming services and TV for the coming week

Dreams of reality Jason Neulander on perception, reality and breaking the rules in his debut Fugitive Dreams

Streaming Spotlight - Icelandic cinema We're heading north for our watch-at-home selection this week

Electric dreams Marc Collin on Le Choc Du Futur and celebrating female pioneers

Catalan Film Festival announces hybrid line-up Scottish Spanish showcase runs from November 19 to December

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