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As Orson Wells reads War Of The Worlds on the radio, a small town falls into a state of panic.
A man comes to Hollywood with aspirations of working in film, only to fall in love.
A father tries to get his life back on track after divorce.
An aspiring author during the civil rights movement of the 1960s decides to write a book detailing the African American Maid's point of view on the White families they work for.
Two couples and a surrogate lay bare the complications, contradictions, heartbreak, and absurdities implicit in how we think about motherhood.
The Bellas are disgraced at Lincoln Centre but return to (subjective) greatness in Amsterdam
Reclaiming Welsh horror Lee Haven Jones and Annes Elwy on Welsh cinema, folk horror and The Feast
Bathroom buddies Rebekah McKendry discusses working with Ryan Kwanten and JK Simmons on Glorious
Memory Game Mathieu Amalric on Claudine Galéa’s play, Vicky Krieps and Hold Me Tight
Going Off The Rails Director Peter Day on the challenges and aims of shooting his parkour documentary
This appealing man James Norton on costumes, dancing, looking in the mirror and Rogue Agent
EIFF: Choice cuts Seven films and some shorts to catch at this year's festival
Getting the bug Carter Smith on queering horror in Swallowed
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