FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
It's a bad week for San Andreas as the big one hits, a young Maori man seeks revenge in The Bad Lands and a Dark Ages wanderer takes up the Sword Of Vengeance. A herdsman is threatened by fundamentalists in Timbuktu, Al Pacino plays an ageing rock star in Danny Collins, and family life turns nasty for The Goob. Meanwhile, a woman who has stolen someone else's blind date needs to Man Up, imagination is the key to Tomorrowland: A World Beyond, and a couple of personal trainers struggle to get their emotions in shape in Results. Love takes unexpected forms in Spring, skateboarding Iranian vampire western A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night offers dark romance, and Poltergeist 3D packs in the scares. Rapping Yakuza gangs go to war in Tokyo Tribe and there's a treat for kids of all ages with Moomins On The Riviera. All this, plus we still have reviews coming in from Cannes, and we're looking forward to Sheffield Doc/Fest.
The Lion's Mouth Opens follows Marianna Palka as she confronts her risk of Huntington's Disease Link #HDAwarenessMonth
Personal trainers struggle to get their emotions in shape in Results Link
A panel of film industry experts is being established to guide the Scottish Government Link
As we look forward to #Edfilmfest, here's something from the archive - Ewan McGregor on Last Days In Desert Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Cannes Film Festival has announced its winners with the Palme d'Or going to Jacques Audiard for Dheepan. You can also read the verdicts of the Un Certain Regard jury and the critics. Recent Cannes reviews include Carol, Sicario, Macbeth and Sea Of Trees. Plus read What Woody Allen had to say about moral crises and Cate Blanchett's naked truth. Plus Love director Gaspar Noé reveals all in 3D and Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard and Justin Kurzel talk Macbeth.
Back in the UK, the Edinburgh Film Festival programme has been announced, read our early coverage.
Jumping for joy Marah Strauch on Carl Boenish, BASE jumping and shooting Sunshine Superman.
Scotland to have film expert panel New group will advise government on support for industry.
London Film Festival announces short film award 12 films will be selected for inaugural competition.
East End Film Festival announces line-up London showcase to open with One Crazy Thing.
Wim Wenders reveals his new project Les Beaux Jours d’Aranjuez has commenced shooting in France.