FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

The Gunman battles corruption this week, a widowed Mommy struggles with her violent son, and The Voices inspire a factory worker to do very bad things. There's A Second Chance for a man whose baby dies, while Liam Neeson has to Run All Night, and a singer asks a fan to help cover up a killing in Elle L'Adore. There's unexpected romance for a foundling in The Tale Of Princess Kaguya, forbidden love blooms in occupied France in Suite Française, and a young maths genius finds love in X+Y while an alien makes a new friend in Home. Documentary My Name Is Salt explores the salt trade, there's a rerelease for the classic Far From The Madding Crowd, and we're bringing you all the latest from Glitch, BFI Flare, the Italian Film Festival, the New Directors/New Films festival and the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.

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And in cinemas this week, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water Link

The Tales Of Hoffmann is out on DVD and Bluray, we take a look at the film Link and extras Link

Mad Max Fury Road is to have a special screening at this year's Cannes Film Festival Link #Cannes2015

A new Iranian film has sparked controversy by depicting the Prophet Muhammad Link

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

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A poet recalls three doomed romances.
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Four young people seek traces of their past lives in the South Downs - and find trouble.

FESTIVALS

Uyghurs, Prisoners Of The Absurd is screening as part of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival in London. We're also bringing you reviews from New York's New Directors/New Films and Glasgow's Glitch.

News

Timeless style Noah Baumbach on working with costume designer Ann Roth on While We're Young.

The moving image Anne-Dominique Toussaint presents the Galerie Cinéma exhibition in New York.

Mad Max set to take Cannes by storm Special screening for the latest in the saga.

Muslim world divided over new film about Muhammad Visual depiction of the Prophet sparks controversy.

Tataouine threatened by Isis Rebel forces use Star Wars town as base.

In memory of Jytte Jensen The New York Museum of Modern Art Department of Film Curator has died.

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