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.
We hear from Tribeca's Pen to Paper: Adaptation & Creation panel: Link #TFF2014
Six neighbours inadvertently become Israel's Universong hope in Cupcakes Link
Valeria Bruni Tedeschi and Valeria Golino talk about their roles in Human Capital Link #TFF2014
John Jarrett talks about his role as serial killer Mick Taylor in Wolf Creek 2 Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Tribeca Talks: Pen to Paper Insights from the Adaptation & Creation panel.
Being human Valeria Bruni Tedeschi and Valeria Golino discuss Human Capital.
Lone wolf John Jarrett on murder, mayhem and Wolf Creek 2.
Capital idea Paolo Virzì on costume, Truffaut, Sinatra and Human Capital.
Gabriel García Márquez: a legacy in film Five films through which to remember the author.
All about Bellocchio A retrospective exhibition and book launch.
Cannes: the waiting game is over Fremaux launches the official selection.