FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

Katniss becomes a freedom fighter this week in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, two strangers make a dangerous journey in The Homesman - see our interview with star Tommy Lee Jones - and the story of James Brown is told in Get On Up. British drama The Imitation Game looks at the crackin of the Enigma code - see what Benedict Cumberbatch had to say abut it - and there's gangster action in The Drop. Meanwhile, a vampire reveals What We Do In The Shadows and a hotel owner gradually faces his failings in Winter Sleep.

TWITTER

Postcard From Gijón Film Festival: Yvonne Blake & Terry Gilliam honoured, Gilliam on Richard Lester's 'inspiration' Link

We look at Mario Bava classic The Girl Who Knew Too Much Link now out on blu-ray Link

Orlando von Einsiedel talks about Virunga, Leonardo DiCaprio, and the current problems facing mountain gorillas Link

James Keach, Kim Campbell and Ashley Campbell reflect on Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me Link

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of The Girl Who Knew Too Much on Blu-Ray The Girl Who Knew Too Much Blu-Ray Review
A young women who loves crime novels thinks she may have uncovered a real life murder mystery.
Packshot of The Killing Fields on Blu-Ray The Killing Fields Blu-Ray Review
A journalist and photographer are separated when the Khmer Rouge takes power in Cambodia, one winning awards, the other struggling to survive.

FESTIVALS

AsLeeds International Film Festival draws to a close, we're still bringing you reviews from the French Film Festival in the UK, plus we'll be bringing you postcards from Gijon next week.

News

Saving Virunga Orlando von Einsiedel on his new documentary, the plight of mountain gorillas and the danger faced by those helping them.

Memory, identity and love James Keach, Kim Campbell and Ashley Campbell on Alzheimer's disease and documentary Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me.

Setting the stage, part 1 Gracie Otto on Michael White and The Last Impresario.

Sharing Secrets Amy Berg and the people behind An Open Secret talk to Thom Powers.

A postcard from Gijón Film Festival Terry Gilliam honoured for career and birthday, Yvonne Blake named Woman of Cinema and a brush with Oscar.

More news and features

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We still have reviews coming in from the London Film Festival and the New York Film Festival.



We're looking forward to the UK French Film Festival.



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