This week Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes continues to dominate at the box office but there's lots of stuff for younger audiences as Earth To Echo sees three teens adopt a lost alien, a kitten explores The House Of Magic, a young football hopeful finds a coach who makes him Believe and a reality star goes large in Pudsey The Dog: The Movie. The mysterious Anna spells danger for an investigator, a teenager gets drawn into gang violence in Northwest and a serial murderer takes a journalist under his wing in Killers, while an ex-con tries to help a troubled teen in Joe and all hell breaks loose in The Purge: Anarchy. Gentler souls can enjoy romance served up French-style in Grand Central, and relationships break down in Jealousy. There are re-releases for much-loved classic Some Like It Hot and Japanese hitman thriller Branded To Kill, while in the documentary corner, I Am Divine remembers cinema's biggest star - see our interview with Mink Stole - plus Finding Vivian Maier remembers the celebrated photographer, Supermensch: The Legend Of Shep Gordon profiles the legendary producer, and Who Is Dayani Cristal? looks at the subject of illegal migration.


A girl with an eating disorder forges friendship through music in God Help The Girl Link

Here's the second half of our interview with Liam Gillick about Exhibition Link

Roman Polanski is to receive a special award at the Locarno Film Festival Link

The aftermath of personal tragedy is explored in Sorrow And Joy Link

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A mistakenly delivered lunchbox sparks romance between two lonely people.
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Blackmail and murder on a long haul transatlantic flight with 150 passengers on board


We're still bringing you reviews from the 49th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, which featured I Origins, above and this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival - read what won this year's awards.


Portrait of an Exhibition, part 2 Liam Gillick on film festivals, feminism, bodies and images.

Portrait of an Exhibition, part 1 Liam Gillick on art, acting and freedom.

Confessions, part 2 John Michael McDonagh, Brendan Gleeson, Chris O'Dowd and Joyce Carol Oates on Calvary.

Confessions, part 1 Kelly Reilly on the women of Calvary.

Polanski to receive Locarno honour Oscar winner to support young film-makers.

Frightfest announces guest line-up Robert Englund and Alan Moore top the list.

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