FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
A poet falls in love this week in Reaching For The Moon - see what director Bruno Barreto had to tell us about it - and an art historian returns to his roots by The Sea while a tourist loses her way in Chile in Magic Magic. An unhappy man goes driving in Locke and a divorced couple try to steal a diamond in The Love Punch, while there's still time to catch high octane thriller The Raid 2. Demonic possession troubles The Quiet Ones, a woman vanishes in neo-giallo The Strange Colour Of Your Body's Tears and a priest is in danger in Calvary, plus there are hidden dangers for astronauts in Last Days On Mars. Meanwhile, a simple mistake leads to romance in The Lunchbox and there's another chance to see Nigerian-set drama Half Of A Yellow Sun and teen punk hit We Are The Best!. There's a long-delayed release for animation The King And The Mockingbird, the residents of a care home hatch a plan in Wrinkles and there's a big screen James Dean retrospective including classic Rebel Without A Cause. All this, plus the latest news and reviews direct from Tribeca.
Tribeca's New York stories: Gabriel, Summer of Blood, Time Is Illmatic, Five Star and X/Y Link #TFF2014
Sofia Norlin on Broken Hill Blues Link #TFF2014
Two boys use film to explore the idea of shooting their classmates in The Dirties Link
Emmanuelle Seigner stars in Roman Polanski's Venus In Fur Link #TFF2014
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Tribeca Film Festival: New York stories We take a look at Time Is Illmatic, Summer Of Blood, Gabriel, Five Star and X/Y
When the party ends Sofia Norlin on lyricism, gender, nature and Broken Hill Blues.
Tribeca Talks: Pen to Paper An inside look at the Calling the Shots panel.
Lucky star Megan Griffiths talks about making Lucky Them.
Tribeca Talks: Pen to Paper Insights from the Adaptation & Creation panel.
Boorman returns to the Cannes fray Directors' Fortnight sets out its stall.
Cannes: Critics make their choice Seven titles in contest.