Among the One World Documentary Film Festival's diverse programme this year is new Canadian documentary Love, Scott which follows gay hate crime survivor Scott Jones as he revisits the atrocity committed against him.
Happy Death Day 2U, although tiring itself out with one too many sub-plots and occasional cheese, does keep that tight comedy/horror dynamic that the first one did so well, as well as bring something new to the time-worn 'time-loop' genre.
So Green Book took away Best Picture! Seriously did not see that one coming! till quite happy with the result though. Mahershala Ali also took away Best Supporting Actor.
This year in Prague's gloriously tacky and low-brow Shockproof Film Festival, catch an eclectic mix of old and new, and trash and treasure. From John Carpenter and The Blob to brutal manga horror and Lords of Chaos, missing this festival is the most stupid thing you could do this year.
Green Book is a wonderful rendition of the Hollywood buddy comedy. Although it knows exactly where this trip is heading, Mortensen and Ali provide enough food for thought... and literal food, to bring something refreshing and more nuanced look at the race war of the '60s.
A rather colourful and sensational trailer just dropped for Elton John biopic Rocketman, but can we expect another textbook and family friendly Bohemian Rhapsody?
The first trailer for new animated anthology series Love, Death + Robots is a sensory overload of epic proportion, and I mean that in the best possible way.