There's wild weather this week in Into The Storm, an ordinary woman gains superpowers in Lucy, a wannabe gagster falls foul of The Guvnors and Marion Cotillard has just Two Days, One Night to save her job. Simon Pegg returns in Hector And The Search for Happiness while brother takes on brother in Blood Ties, neo-noir Sin City: A Dame To Kill For dishes out violence, The Rover pursues a gang of car thieves across the outback and God Help The Girl sees an anorexic teen dreaming of stardom. The Expendables 3 sees the old mercenary unit back in action, teens in trouble realise We Gotta Get Out Of This Place and a friendship might turn into love in What If. Meanwhile, the hero of The Unbeatables goes on an adventure with table football characters, and there's a re-release for Jim Jarmusch's Down By Law, while documentary Dinosaur 13 reveals the legal battles over fossil rights. All this, plus we still have reviews coming in from Film4 Frightfest.


Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival gets international competition boost from producers' association FIAPF Link

20,000 Days On Earth provides an intimate portrait of Nick Cave Link

Continuing our focus on classic horror, we look back on the original The Omen Link

A woman with multiple personalities undergoes experimental treatment in The Scribbler Link - out soon in the US and on VOD

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The 67th Locarno Film Festival, has kicked off with Luc Besson's Lucy. Read what Besson said about the film here. Next month, we'll be in San Sebastian, where titles are currently being announced.


Doing time with David Mackenzie An inside look at the making of Starred Up.

Out with Flynn, part 2 Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland reveal more Robin Hood secrets.

City in the clouds Philip Noyce on making The Giver with Jeff Bridges and Meryl Streep.

International competition status raised at Tallinn Black Nights FIAPF endorsement sees Estonian festival join Cannes, Venice and Berlin.

Richard Attenborough dies Oscar-winning actor/director was 90.

Frightfest celebrates the classics Horror favourites return to the big screen - and blu-ray.

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We're looking forward to the Deauville Festival of American Cinema and the New York Film Festival.

We still have reviews coming in from the Locarno Film Festival.

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