FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
The spooky Halloween season kicks off this week with The Babadook and takes child-friendly animated form in The Book Of Life. There's tragic romance in Serena and childhood sweethearts keep missing each other in Love, Rosie, family secrets are revealed in This Is Where I Leave You and a blind teenager struggles for independence in The Way He Looks. Music fans will love Hendrix biopic Jimi: All Is By My Side, while a tank commander takes his crew on a deadly mission in Fury, teenage girls face growing pains in Palo Alto and a young lawyer defends his father in The Judge. There's still time to catch those heroes in a half shell the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, there's a documentary look at hip hop artist Nas in Time Is Illmatic, plus there are re-releases for Michelangelo Antonioni classic Zabriskie Point and early war film The Battles of Coronel And Falkland Islands, and we're bringing you coverage of Glasgay!
The early years of Jimi Hendrix's career are dramatised in Jimi: All Is By My Side Link
Family secrets are revealed in This Is Where I Leave You Link
Vanessa Lapa and Felix Breisach talk about their new film on Heinrich Himmler, The Decent One Link #ukjff
Criminals on the run encounter a mysterious island in Roger Corman's She Gods Of Shark Reef Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
London Film Festival opened with the The Imitation Game, read abou this year's award winners. Recent festival coverage also includes New York Film Festival and San Sebastian Film Festival, which saw Magical Girl take home the Golden Shell. Closer to home, we have been taking a look at films showing at the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.
At home with Himmler Vanessa Lapa and Felix Breisach on The Decent One.
On the ball Rhys Chapman discusses Wonderkid and tackling homophobia in football.
Luis Moreno Ocampo on pursuing justice First Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court talks about Watchers Of The Sky
Kent Jones honours Misty Upham Co-screenwriter of Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian shares his memories.
Arnaud Desplechin remembers Misty Upham A tribute to the actress he directed in Jimmy P: Psychotherapy Of A Plains Indian.
BAFTA Scotland announces nominees Sunshine On Leith leads charge.