FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
This week in cinemas, there's music and romance in La La Land, which has already swept the board at the Golden Globes and a man faces up to his past in fellow Oscar contender Manchester By The Sea. Meanwhile, in France, a doctor faces falling sick himself, but is he Irreplaceable? A young boy facing the illness of his mum gets a surprise when A Monster Calls - read what Sigourney Weaver said about the film here. Meanwhile, in a galaxy far, far away, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story sees the Rebel Alliance threatened by the Death Star. Back on planet Earth - and back in time - two 17th century Jesuit priests face persecution in Japan in Silence. There's also a chance to see Trainspotting back on the big screen. Plus, Alex Gibney's Zero Days takes a look at Stuxnet and cyber security.
From the archive and in cinemas now: A French doctor falls sick, but is he Irreplaceable? Link
Son Of Joseph is currently showing @FilmLinc, read what Eugène Green told us about the film Link
French cinema takings take rare nosedive Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
An extraordinary individual Colin MacCabe remembers John Berger.
Cate Blanchett on stage and screens Taking on The Present and speaking out in Manifesto.
French cinema takes rare nosedive Admissions dip below 50 million for first time in 10 years.
Global treasure trove of French films Online festival homage to Françoise Dorléac.
Dalida opens French film jamboree Special honour for Huppert.
Brexit a threat to creative industries, claims Fiona Hyslop Could Scottish film suffer due to loss of European connections?
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