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Alasdair Bayman

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Review: Elle

Paul Verhoeven completes his quasi-female trilogy of sex, violence and independence, but does Isabelle Huppert’s Oscar-nominated performance get dragged down in the seething violence?

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Review: The Fits

First-time feature director Anne Rose Holmer’s composes an uncanny coming of age film which will leave you mulling over what you have seen for days to come

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Q&A with Free Fire director Ben Wheatley

Director Ben Wheatley and actor Micheal Smiley preview their new film Free Fire at HOME with a special Q&A

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Top 5: Youtube Film Channels

Alasdair Bayman shares his favourite Youtube film channels

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Review: Toni Erdmann

As a father searches to rekindle his relationship with his daughter, he adopts the alter ego of Toni Erdmann. What happens in Bucharest, stays in Bucharest….

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Feature: T2 and Danny Boyle Q&A

After last year’s successful Steve Jobs Q&A, HOME Patron Danny Boyle returns to his hometown discussing T2. Choose to find out what happened on the night — choose to read

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Review: Paterson

Adam Driver stars in Jim Jarmusch’s latest film about a bus driving poet living in Paterson, New Jersey. Life and all its delicacies do not go amiss

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Documentary picks of the week

Our must-see documentaries this week

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Review: After Love

As a couple stare into the midsts of a divorce and a precarious living situation, an exploration of human complexity and emotion dominates Joachim Lafosse’s latest release

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Top 5: Film Podcasts and Shows

Alasdair Bayman outlines the best podcasts available to get your film-fix

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Preview: This Week at HOME

Our top three picks for films showing at HOME in the upcoming week

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I, Daniel Blake Preview/ Q&A at HOME

I, Daniel Blake: a bleak but breathtaking glance into the reality of working-class life