FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

There's A Little Chaos at the court of Versailles this week, a conspiracy is uncovered in Child 44, a family faces an avalanche in Force Majeure and danger returns to The Town That Dreaded Sundown. An avenger is targeted by a gang in western The Salvation while another man searches the Pampas for his daughter in Jauja and Keanu Reeves tracks down his enemies as John Wick. The Detroit underworld is explored in Lost River, a youngster turns to crime in Bypass, a cabbie tries to save his mother from drink in Glassland, and we return to the Schabbach in Home From Home - Chronicle Of A Vision . All this, plus there's a re-release for noir Cry Of The City and we're bringing you news and reviews direct from Tribeca.

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TransFatty Lives takes a challenging look at motor neuron disease (ALS) from within Link #TFF2015

Kon-Tiki sails onto DVD this week, we take a second look at the film Link and the DVD Link

An openly gay documentary maker makes the Hajj in A Sinner In Mecca Link #HotDocs15

A former military policeman uncovers a conspiracy in Child 44 Link

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of Kon-Tiki on DVD Kon-Tiki DVD Review
Re-telling of anthropologist Thor Heyerdahl’s transformational 1947 journey by raft from Peru to Polynesia.
Packshot of Mankind's Last Stand on DVD Mankind's Last Stand DVD Review
A group of soldiers holds out against alien invaders.

FESTIVALS

Aferim! is screening as part of the Tribeca Film Festival in New York - read our festival preview.

News

D'A Festival preview We take a look at the line-up of Barcelona's auteur film festival

The contender, part 2 Stevan Riley on the demons that shaped Marlon Brando.

Hungry like the wolf Till Kleinert spills the secrets of The Samurai.

French Institute Alliance Française meets the Tribeca Film Festival Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez speak on fashion and film.

Woody, Moretti, Van Sant and Haynes return to Cannes Festival unveils its diverse 2015 vintage

'Slight improvement' in Hollywood diversity in 2014, says GLAAD. Annual survey looked at LGBT representation in top films.

More news and features

We're bringing you all the latest direct from Tribeca.

We're looking forward to Cannes.

We still have reviews coming in from Glitch, the New Directors/New Films festival, BFI Flare and the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.



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