There are superhero shenanigans this week in Deadpool, a rock star's holiday gets complicated in A Bigger Splash, a biopic of Christina Noble explores her work to help street kids in Vietnam, and a white supremacist tries to take over a town in Welcome To Leith. Jane Austen gets a reboot in Pride And Prejudice And Zombies and there's cannibal gore in The Green Inferno, while real life explorers take on the challenge of Mount Meru - see what climber Jimmy Chin told us about it. There's a biopic of Dalton Trumbo, the man who stood up to McCarthy - we spoke to director Jay Roach - while another legend is remembered in Janis: Little Girl Blue - D.A. Pennebaker shared his memories. A master of the onscreen samurai death trains a newcomer in Uzumasa Limelight, Icelandic farmers reconcile an old feud in Rams - we chatted to director Grímur Hákonarson and composer Atli Örvarsson - and there's a remake of Point Break. All this, plus we're bringing you news and reviews from the Glasgow Youth Film Festival.


A group of Canadian soldiers try to survive in Afghanistan, guarding Hyena Road Link #GFF16

Kent Jones talks about the filmmakers in Hitchcock/Truffaut Link #GFF16

A put-upon loser's life is transformed by the love of a turtle with magical powers in Love And Peace Link #GFF16

Two sisters face life's ups and downs together in Weepah Way For Now Link #GFF16

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A manic-depressive mess of a father tries to win back his wife by attempting to take full responsibility for their two young daughters.
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A lawyer becomes fascinated with two men: both sons of famous Nazi Generals, and both with polar opposite views of their fathers’ hand in the war.


Hail, Caesar! will open Glasgow Film Festival on February 17 and we're bringing you early coverage. Plus we are still adding reviews from Sundance Film Festival and looking forward to the Human Rights Watch Film Festival in March.


Talking Hitchcock/Truffaut Kent Jones on connecting with David Fincher, Martin Scorsese, Bob Balaban and more.

Mysterious voyage Atom Egoyan and Robert Lantos on taking a journey in Remember.

Music of the ancestors Atli Örvarsson on his family connection to Rams, a move to Europe and drawing on tradition.

Rose petal dreams Celia Rowlson-Hall on Ma and 10 Crosby Fragrance & Film.

In a different light Spotlight's Neal Huff on Wes Anderson, Hitchcock/Truffaut, Kimberly Levin and more.

Hippfest 2016 to open with Soviet classic Earth Full silent film festival programme revealed.

More news and features

We're bringing you all the latest from the Glasgow Youth Film Festival.

We're looking forward to the Glasgow Film Festival and the Glasgow Short Film Festival.

We still have reviews coming in from Sundance and the French Film Festival UK.

Read our full for recent coverage.

Visit our festivals section.


Happy New Year to all our readers. We're kicking off 2016 with some great competitions. Win a copy of The Captive Heart, The Angry Silence and some Sinister 2 goodies.