FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Nick Cave biopic 20,000 Days On Earth arrives in cinemas this week and we talk to directors Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard. An author's disappearance inspired The Kidnapping Of Michel Houellebecq, the true story of LGBT activists helping out striking miners is told in Pride, and a snow plough operator investigates murders In Order Of Disappearance. Meanwhile Philip Seymour Hoffman makes his final appearance in spy thriller A Most Wanted Man - we spoke to director Anton Corbijn - and Woody Allen weaves some Magic In The Moonlight - see our red carpet report. Kids will enjoy going underground with The Boxtrolls, and there are re-releases for Jim Jarmusch's Down By Law and the one and only The Wizard Of Oz. All this, plus we're bringing you coverage direct from the San Sebastian Film Festival.
Ethan Hawke and Seymour Bernstein discuss Seymour: An Introduction Link #NYFF14
Denzel Washington talks to the press and collects Donostia at San Sebastián, full story Link #62SSIFF
As Pride continues to thrive at the box office, we look at Dancing In Dulais, the documentary that inspired it Link
A man goes on the trail of the Russian mob in The Equalizer Link #62SSIFF
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
We're bringing you reports from San Sebastian, where Benicio Del Toro will receive the Donostia award. His film Escobar: Paradise Lost will also screen. Plus from the end of the month, we'll be bringing you reports from New York Film Festival. Closer to home, we take a look at highlights coming up at Berwick and London Film Festival.
Piano lessons Ethan Hawke and Seymour Bernstein in conversation on Seymour: An Introduction.
The Two Faces Of January New York première On the red carpet with Hossein Amini, Kirsten Dunst, Emma Ostilly and Eamonn Bowles.
Season of mists Markus Blunder on working with Sophie Lowe and Maximilian Harnisch in Autumn Blood.
Making Tracks John Curran on working with Mia Wasikowska, dogs and camels in Tracks.
Denzel receives Donostia Washington on the red carpet at San Sebastián
We're bringing you news and reviews direct from the San Sebastian Film Festival, which opens with The Equalizer.
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