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Trailer Watch: Which movie will you stream this weekend?

Cinemas might be closed, but there are other ways to watch. Here are a few options.

EVERY THURSDAY EVENING, we bring you three trailers for films that are due out in the cinema that weekend.

But with cinemas closed because of the coronavirus, here are three trailers for films you can catch on streaming services online.

The Curious Works of Roger Doyle

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This documentary about Irish musician and composer Roger Doyle will be available on Volta from tomorrow. It’s been described as “moving and brilliant” and takes a look through his unusual and esoteric career across five decades.

Watch it on:

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Women Make Film

 

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Mark Cousins’ fantastic documentary looks at the work of female directors through the decades, introducing us to a huge number of new names, and films that you’ll be dying to watch. Read our interview with him about the project here.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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Gather the family around for this remake of the classic film about a young boy who wins a trip to Willy Wonka’s sweet factory. This version stars Johnny Depp in the Gene Wilder role of Wonka himself.

h/ich one would you see first?


Poll Results:

None of them (2345)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (331)
Women Make Film (171)
 The Curious Works of Roger Doyle (153)

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