FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Mad Max: Fury Road comes crashing into cinemas this week, while you can still catch the original Mad Max on re-release. VE day results in A Royal Night Out, an actress faces a challenge in Clouds Of Sils Maria - read what director Olivier Assayas told us about it - and an Auschwitz survivor looks for her husband in Phoenix. A teenager joins a gang in Girlhood - we talk to director Céline Sciamma - while a deaf teenager also has gang trouble in The Tribe and a journalist is held prisoner in Iran in Rosewater. The a capella girls are back in Pitch Perfect 2, while a comedian strives to be taken seriously in Top Five. There's a re-release for Howard Hawks classic Only Angels Have Wings and filmmaker Sam Fuller is the subject of documentary A Fuller Life. Factual film fans can also learn about the life of Stanislav Petrov in The Man Who Saved The World. All this, plus we're bringing you live coverage from Cannes, we still have reviews coming in from Tribeca and we're looking forward to Sheffield Doc/Fest.
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Mad Max: Fury Road is among the films screening at Cannes this week, which opened with Standing Tall. Read what George Miller, Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy said about the film. Recent Cannes reviews also include Carol, Sicario, Youth and Sea Of Trees. Plus read What Woody Allen had to say about moral crises and Cate Blanchett's naked truth. Plus Love director Gaspar Noé reveals all in 3D.
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Family ties for Huppert and Byrne Trier takes a bow in Cannes Competition.
Blanchett reveals naked truth Cate and Carol co-star Rooney Mara on why nudity holds no fears.
Paulina takes top prize at Cannes Critics' Week Land And Shade also celebrates double win.