FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Oscar winning drama Son Of Saul hits screens this week - we spoke with director László Nemes and star Géza Röhrig - while Jake Gyllenhaal tears down the house in Demolition - director Jean-Marc Vallée shared his thoughts. A squirrel and a robot defend the galaxy in Ratchet & Clank, a teacher finds herself in court in God's Not Dead 2 and a young Iranian risks everything in Desert Dancer. Idris Elba battles the bad guys in Bastille Day, a woman takes on an outlaw gang in western Jane Got A Gun, and the story of Miles Davis is told in Miles Ahead - see what Don Cheadle and Emayatzy Corinealdi had to say about it. Secrets emerge after a death in Louder Than Bombs and an ageing relative proves to be hard work in The Grump. Meanwhile, Portugal's financial crisis is dramatised in Arabian Nights: Volume 1 - The Restless One and Arabian Nights: Volume 2 - The Desolate One, and financial inequality features in documentary The Divide.
We chat with Andrew Bolton about Manus X Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology Link
The UK Green Film Festival is back in Glasgow Link
An estranged father and son reunite to watch the 2014 World Cup in On Football (O Futebol) Link showing @Iberodocs
Brighten your Tuesday by entering our #competition to win a copy of Pink String & Sealing Wax on DVD Link - out now.
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Heavenly designs Exploring Manus X Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology with curator Andrew Bolton.
In the ring Benedikt Erlingsson on The Show Of Shows: 100 Years Of Vaudeville, Circuses And Carnivals.
Diving in Jan-Willem van Ewijk in conversation about windsurf drama Atlantic.
Dancing with numbers Matt Brown on The Man Who Knew Infinity and Joe Strummer story London Town.
UK Green Film Festival returns to Glasgow Jenny Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin to address audience.
Hollywood getting less inclusive, says survey Annual GLAAD report finds LGBT representation static and lacking in diversity.
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We've recently been at BFI Flare, the AV Festival, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, the Glasgow Short Film Festival and the New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema. We still have reviews coming in.
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