FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Arnie is back this week in Terminator Genisys, while Minions go mad in London and we head for the frontier in Slow West - see our interview with directorJohn Maclean. A director falls for his star in She's Funny That Way, a couple experiment sexually in The Overnight, a hitman contemplates the fact that Everyone's Going To Die - we talked to director Max Barron - while a doctor faces challenges in Hippocrates, and there's quirky home invasion horror in Housebound. This week's documentaries include Asif Kapadia's tribute to Amy Winehouse and a secret history of Leeds in The First Film. There's a focus on food in That Sugar Film (read our interview with Damon Gameau) and on music history in The Wrecking Crew. Alongside all this, we're bringing you news and reviews live from the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and London's East End Film Festival, plus we still have reviews coming in from the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
A notoriously womanising director returns to Hollywood to raise financing for his next film in 2 Jacks Link out on DVD now
The relationship between a father and son undergoes a shift one summer in The Sound Of Trees Link #kviff2015
Neo-Nazis are the subject of raucous comedy in Heil Link #kviff2015
Richard Gere plays a man coping with homelessness in Time Out Of Mind Link #kviff2015
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Dressed to kill Andrew Morgan on The True Cost of the global fashion industry.
Gere turns up the heat Star talks about faith, hope and charity.
Catching the current Alexandra Cousteau on Oceana, documentaries and saving the seas.
That Sugar interview Sweet talk about the unsavoury effects of bad diet from Damon Gameau.
45 Years makes shortlist for Lux prize British film one of 10 vying for European Parliament award.
Full Frightfest line-up revealed Scares return to London's West End.
We're looking forward to Film4 Frightfest.
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