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Review: Raw

Raw delves into the complexity of the human psyche whilst transgressing the boundaries of genre

F**k That’s Delicious: Everybody Loves Chicago

Action Bronson loves tacos, ice-cream and Chicago

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?

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

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

Top 5: Youtube Film Channels

Alasdair Bayman shares his favourite Youtube film channels

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….

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

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

Documentary picks of the week

Our must-see documentaries this week

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

Top 5: Film Podcasts and Shows

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

Women in Love: BFI Blu-Ray Restoration

Ken Russell’s classic is re-visited following its re-release on Blu-Ray

Review: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Taika Waititi’s latest film layers the beauty of New Zealand’s landscape with both comedy and sentimentality

Review: Everybody Wants Some!!

Linklater’s latest film celebrates American masculinity in all the wrong ways

HOME Pick of the Week: Hitchcock/Truffaut

Hitchcock/Truffaut is a fascinating look at the artistry of one of cinema’s greatest directors

Review: Room

Lenny Abrahamson’s Room is a powerful tale of a mother and son relationship anchored by two tremendous performances from Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay

Review: The Good Dinosaur

Pixar’s second movie this year, The Good Dinosaur, is beautifully animated, but fails to fully live up to the inventiveness of its premise

HOME Pick of the Week: The Dressmaker

The Dressmaker features fine humour and a quality performance from Kate Winslet, even though it lacks tonal consistency throughout its runtime

Classic Review: Double Indemnity

Billy Wilder’s noir classic, Double Indemnity, remains one of the most brilliant and beautiful films to emerge from the genre