FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
This week sees the opening of The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, a con man falls for a novice in Focus and a young woman goes on the run in Catch Me Daddy. There's inventive horror in It Follows, a Coen brothers obsession leads to danger for Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter, and Jennifer Aniston plays a woman fascinated by a suicide in Cake. There's also bdsm romance in The Duke Of Burgundy, a thoughtful journey into the past in Hinterland and best men are for hire in comedy The Wedding Ringer. In the documentary corner, Dreamcatcher looks at one woman's attempt to help girls quit sex work - see what director Kim Longinotto said about it - while Life's A Beach meets a man trying to live outside the system and Maidan remembers the Ukrainian revolution. All this, plus we're bringing you all the latest from the Glasgow Film Festival and the New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, and we still have reviews coming in from the Berlinale and Sundance.
A serial killer stalks the French countryside in Next Time I’ll Aim For The Heart Link #nyrendezvous
Radiator has won the Glasgow Film Festival Audience Award Link #gff15
A retail manager sees his life falling to pieces in 40-Love Link #nyrendezvous
A detective suspects a link between a missing child case and the vanishing of his own brother in The Treatment Link #gff15
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
NY Rendez-Vous with French Cinema highlights A look ahead at the best of the fest.
Darkness falls GFF Diary days 9 & 10: documentaries, nocturnal wanderings, and the return of Frightfest.
Visions of the future GFF Diary days 7 & 8: road warriors, spherical screens and surprises.
Celebrating survival Kim Loginotto and Brenda Myers-Powell talk about documentary Dreamcatcher
Radiator wins Glasgow Audience Award Prize awarded as Force Majeure screens at closing gala.
Stolen Oscar dress returned Pearls on Lupita Nyong'o gown were fake.
We're looking forward to BFI Flare.
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