FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
LGBT activists help out striking miners as Pride reaches the big screen this week, a snow plough operator investigates murders In Order Of Disappearance, and Philip Seymour Hoffman makes his final appearance in spy thriller A Most Wanted Man - we spoke to director Anton Corbijn. An orphan goes all out to save The Boxtrolls, a young man struggles to recall past trauma in Attila Marcel - read what director Sylvain Chomet told us about the film - and Nicole Kidman plays a troubled amnesiac in Before I Go To Sleep. A family curry house challenges a high-end restaurant in The Hundred-Foot Journey - see our interview with star Helen Mirren - while a stranger inveigles himself into a family home in The Guest. Meanwhile Donald Trump is the target of documentary A Dangerous Game and there are re-releases for Fritz Lang's unforgettable M, Jim Jarmusch's Down By Law and the one and only The Wizard Of Oz. All this, plus we're bringing you coverage direct from the Deauville Festival of American Cinema.
A bit of something for the archive. Around The Pink House Link showing at the Safar Film Festival @ArabBritishCent #Safar
A preview of what's coming up at the London Spanish Film Festival Link #LSFFest @LSFFest
And here's a second opinion on Finding Fela! Link
Here's a look at Alex Gibney documentary Finding Fela! Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
We're currently bringing you reports from Deauville Festival of American Film, where Jessica Chastain was honoured as The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby screened. Later this month we'll be in San Sebastian, where titles are currently being announced. Closer to home, we take a look at highlights coming up at Berwick and London Film Festival.
London Spanish Film Festival preview A look at the line-up of the 10th edition.
The art of adaptation Volker Schlöndorff looks back on his career.
Drawing on real life Sylvain Chomet talks about his live-action feature Attila Marcel.
Whiplash drums up a storm in Deauville Double prizes whammy plus a standing ovation.
Imitation Game takes top prize at Toronto Beats Of The Anatoy named best documentary.
Danièle Watts speaks out after police detention Was Django Unchained star a victim of racial profiling?
We're bringing you news and reviews direct from the Deauville Festival of American Cinema.
We've got a lot of exciting coverage coming up, including the San Sebastian Film Festival, the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival, GrimmFest, the London Film Festival and the New York Film Festival.
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