FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
This week Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel opens its doors on the big screen, Liam Neeson plays a troubled air marshal in Non-Stop and it's Greeks vs Persians again in 300: Rise Of An Empire. Lars Von Trier tells the tale of a Nymphomaniac, a teenager hides a dark secret in We Are What We Are and a girl's love of literature pits her against the Nazis in The Book Thief. There are re-releases for outback horror classic Wake In Fright, Rossellini masterpiece Rome, Open City and Audrey Hepburn charmer Funny Face. All this, plus we're bringing you coverage of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, the Italian Film Festival and Viva Film Festival, plus we still have reviews coming in from the Glasgow Film Festival.
Katell Quillévéré talks about making Suzanne Link
Memories of Alain Resnais were shared at the opening of the Rendez-Vous with French Cinema last night in New York Link
Guiseppe Tornatore is location scouting in Edinburgh as his work screens at the Italian Film Festival Link
Transglobal capitalism and the shipping trade are examined in The Forgotten Space, showing at the AV Festival Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Leaning that way forever Katell Quillévéré in conversation on Suzanne
Rendez-Vous with French Cinema opens in New York Filmmakers remember Alain Resnais.
Caught in Annette Annette Bening, Arie Posin, Ed Harris and Annette Insdorf discuss The Face Of Love.
A taste of Honey Valeria Golino on her award-winning film, breaking boundaries, the meaning of rabbits and more.
Tornatore to shoot in Scotland Director's work to feature in upcoming Italian Film Festival.
Tribeca Film Festival announces titles Narrative and Documentary Competitions plus Viewpoints films outlined.
We're looking forward to Flare.
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