Iko Uwais returns this week in action spectacular The Raid 2, the waters continue to rise in Noah and there's danger for the Divergent in a future dystopia. Demonic possession troubles The Quiet Ones, a woman vanishes in neo-giallo The Strange Colour Of Your Body's Tears, Jesse Eisenberg is beside himself in The Double 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. Kids can check out the Amazon in Rio 2 and documentary fans can enjoy A Story Of Children And Film, plus there's a long-delayed release for animation The King And The Mockingbird and we're bringing you early coverage of the Tribeca Film Festival.


There's terror from beneath the earth in Mongolian Death Worm Link

Two old friends go on a road trip in Land Ho! Link #TFF2014

G.B.F. is out on DVD and blu-ray this week. We take a look at the extras Link

A wannabe musician finds himself out of his depth when he joins an avant garde band in Frank Link

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After being accidentally outed, a shy teenager finds he has become the ultimate fashion accessory - the Gay Best Friend.
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After his partner and unborn child are killed, a killer whale seeks revenge on the humans responsible.


In the UK, we're bringing you coverage from Bradford Film Festival opens with The Lunchbox on March 27 and the Human Rights Watch Film Festival. We're also bringing you reviews from over the Pond at New York's New Directors/New Films.


Frédéric Tcheng conversation, part 2 On the origins of Dior And I.

Frédéric Tcheng conversation, part 1 On Dior And I, Raf Simons, scoring with Ha-yang Kim and finding your own voice.

Architecture of love Joanna Hogg talks about making her third film Exhibition.

Mastroianni stars on Cannes poster Organisers reveal the face of 2014

Malaysia challenges Thailand as film location Thai government is developing new incentives to stay.

Carlos Gallardo to tour UK El Mariachi producer hopes to inspire new filmmakers.

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We're bringing you coverage directly from the Bradford Film Festival, plus we have all the latest fromFlare and the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.

We still have reviews coming in from Viva Film Festival and the Glasgow Film Festival.

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