Newly arrived films available on demand

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Added to Netflix in December, Beltracchi: Die Kunst der Fälschung is a fascinating documentary profiling German super-forger Wolfgang Beltracchi. In the film, Beltracchi explains his forgery process (example: to recreate the ‘smell’ of old art, hang them in a bar for six months) and reveals the mistake that led to his arrest and prison sentence. Price: £5.99 per month



Mubi releases ‘one great film a day’ and Saturday’s will be The Squid And The Whale. Noah Baumbach's semi-autobiographical film follows two young boys (a youthful Jesse Eisenberg and Owen Kline) dealing with the divorce of their parents (Jeff Daniels and Laura Linney) in Eighties New York. Price: £4.99 per month



New on BFIPlayer+, Rome, Open City is a seminal piece of neorealism from Roberto Rossellini capturing life under Nazi occupation in Italy in 1944. It was made shortly after the liberation of Rome, the devastated streets providing a true-to-life backdrop for much of the film. Price: £4.99 per month


Curzon Home Cinema

In Curzon’s cinemas and on the Home Cinema platform, Ice And The Sky, from the director of March Of The Penguins, charts the life of French glaciologist Claude Lorius. His deep drilling operations have been instrumental in proving the damaging effects of climate change; this film captures his work and splices it with breathtaking scenery. Price: £10; £8.50 for members


Amazon Prime

We raved about this Iranian vampire Western back in May and now it’s rightly been added to Amazon Prime. Writer-director Ana Lily Amirpour’s debut, with its skateboarding, night-prowling vampire, is a sharp, dark and thoroughly original take on the vampire genre. Price: rent from £3.49; £79 per year

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