FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
It's all action this week with Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes and Transformers: Age Of Extinction battling it out at the box office. A disgraced music executive meeting a young singer tries to Begin Again - see what Keira Knightley and other cast members told us about it - while relationships break down in Jealousy, there's late romance for Michael Caine in Mr Morgan's Last Love and Richard Linklater looks back at Boyhood - we talked to the stars at its première. There's also romance served up French-style in Grand Central and action as a serial murderer takes a journalist under his wing in Killers, while a teenager gets drawn into gang violence in Northwest. Kids are catered to by Pudsey The Dog: The Movie and How To Train Your Dragon 2. There's a re-release for much-loved classic Some Like It Hot, and in the documentary corner, I Am Divine remembers cinema's biggest star - see our interview with Mink Stole - plus Finding Vivian Maier remembers the celebrated photographer, Supermensch: The Legend Of Shep Gordon profiles the legendary producer, and Bastards looks at single parent families in Morroco.
The first titles for this year's San Sebastian Film Festival have been announced, here's the story so far Link
Staying alive is murder in The Purge: Anarchy Link
Lost For Life looks at US prisoners sentenced to life without parole for crimes they committed as children Link
An intelligence agent tries to snare a high-level terrorism funder in A Most Wanted Man Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Lost and found Nick Prueher on the VHS phenomena behind the Found Footage Festival.
Best friends forever Naomi Foner and Maggie Gyllenhaal on the growing pains of Very Good Girls.
A touch of magic, part 2 At the Magic In The Moonlight after party with Jacki Weaver, Danny Strong, Alex Karpovsky, Dana Delany and Mia Moretti.
Ferrell and Chastain head for Deauville Appetiser for France’s American Film Festival.
Denzel Washington's The Equalizer to open San Sebastian US actor will receive Donostia Lifetime Achievement award.
GLAAD annual LGBT film survey released Film needs to catch up with TV, say campaigners.
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We're looking forward to Frightfest
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