What’s new to VOD and streaming this weekend

Including TIFF Canadian titles The Last Porno Show, Tammy's Always Dying, This Is Not A Movie and Disappearance At Clifton Hill


Available Today

1BR

Nicole Brydon Bloom, Giles Matthey, Taylor Nichols directed by David Marmor

iTunes, Google Play

The Last Porno Show

Nathanael Chadwick, Victoria Dunsmore, Frank D’Angelo directed by Kire Paputts

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Streaming free from May 1 to May 4 on Vimeo

The Mindfulness Movement

Documentary directed by Robert Beemer

Hot Docs At Home

Tammy’s Always Dying

Anastasia Phillips, Felicity Huffman, Clark Johnson directed by Amy Jo Johnson

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iTunes, Google Play 

This Is Not A Movie

Documentary directed by Yung Chang

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Hot Docs at Home

Available May 5

The Assistant

Julia Garner, Matthew Macfadyen, Makenzie Leigh directed by Kitty Green

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iTunes pre-order, Google Play wishlist

Beanpole

Viktoria Miroshnichenko, Vasilisa Perelygina, Andrey Bykov directed by Kantemir Balagov

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Disappearance At Clifton Hill

Tuppence Middleton, Hannah Gross, Eric Johnson directed by Albert Shin

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Extra Ordinary

Maeve Higgins, Barry Ward, Will Forte directed by Mike Ahearn and Enda Loughman

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Greed

Steve Coogan, David Mitchell, Isla Fisher directed by Michael Winterbottom

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Ordinary Love

Liam Neeson, Lesley Manville, David Wilmot directed by Lisa Barros D’sa and Glenn Leyburn

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Robert The Bruce

Angus Macfadyen, Anna Hutchison, Zach McGowan directed by Richard Gray

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Saint Frances

Kelly O’Sullivan, Ramona Edith-Williams, Jim True-Frost directed by Alex Thompson

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Sorry We Missed You

Kris Hitchen, Debbie Honeywood, Katie Proctor directed by Ken Loach

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Disc recommendation of the week

The Grand Budapest Hotel 

(Criterion, Blu-ray and DVD)

Wes Anderson’s eccentric, melancholy 2014 masterwork – starring Ralph Fiennes as an unflappable hotel concierge who negotiates matters great and trifling at his bourgeois resort while a war rumbles at the gates – was always going to end up in the Criterion Collection. He’s a favourite of the label, and the feeling is clearly mutual the filmmaker has provided a trove of new material for the supplements of this special edition, giving his most ambitious project the showcase it deserves. In addition to the extras from the existing Fox Blu-ray, Criterion’s disc offers a new making-of documentary, featurettes on the film’s effects, music, miniature work and shifting aspect ratios, a selection of storyboard animatics and a commentary with Anderson, frequent collaborator Roman Coppola, co-star Jeff Goldblum and critic Kent Jones. And six years on, the film remains one of the director’s finest: a lyrical period fantasy that just gets richer, and sadder, the more you revisit it.

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