FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Avengers: Age Of Ultron blasts into the box office this week while thing take a turn for the absurd in A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence . A Japanese girl comes of age in Au Revoir L'Été, a young Englishman learns to love Spanish-style in Tea & Sangria and a Taiwanese woman faces middle age in Exit. There's A Little Chaos at the court of Versailles, a conspiracy is uncovered in Child 44, and Sudanese children experience life after war in The Good Lie. There's terror in the highlands in Let Us Prey and danger returns to The Town That Dreaded Sundown. An avenger is targeted by a gang in western The Salvation and a cabbie tries to save his mother from drink in Glassland, while we return to the Schabbach in Home From Home - Chronicle Of A Vision . All this, plus there's a re-release for noir Cry Of The City and we're bringing you news and reviews direct from Tribeca.
The Karlovy Vary International Film Festival is preparing for its jubilee Link #kviff
Saverio Costanzo shares the secrets of making Hungry Hearts Link #TFF2015
Olivier Assayas talks about working with Juliette Binoche on Clouds Of Sils Maria Link
Tribeca Film Festival awards announced Link #TFF2015
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Indigo blue Saverio Costanzo on casting and directing Hungry Hearts.
Birth of a role for Binoche Why Assayas took up the challenge.
Mountain views Laura Bispuri and Alba Rohrwacher on gender roles and Sworn Virgin.
Virgin territory Flonja Kodheli on Sworn Virgin and life in regions of Albania.
Jubilee celebrations at Karlovy Vary Czech festival gets ready for landmark anniversary.
Virgin Mountain takes top prize at Tribeca Hat-trick for Icelandic drama.
Action as Irons and Tornatore shoot in Scotland Location filming in Edinburgh.