This week sees the opening of The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, a con man falls for a novice in Focus and a young woman goes on the run in Catch Me Daddy. There's inventive horror in It Follows, a Coen brothers obsession leads to danger for Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter, and Jennifer Aniston plays a woman fascinated by a suicide in Cake. There's also bdsm romance in The Duke Of Burgundy, a thoughtful journey into the past in Hinterland and best men are for hire in comedy The Wedding Ringer. In the documentary corner, Dreamcatcher looks at one woman's attempt to help girls quit sex work - see what director Kim Longinotto said about it - while Life's A Beach meets a man trying to live outside the system and Maidan remembers the Ukrainian revolution. All this, plus we're bringing you all the latest from the New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, and we still have reviews coming in from the Glasgow Film Festival and the Berlinale.


We look back at influential Seventies thriller Death Car On The Freeway Link

We still have a few more reviews to come in, but you can see our extensive coverage from Glasgow here Link #gff15

We look back at the final two days of this year's Glasgow Film Festival Link #gff15

A teen werewolf on the run stumbles into a town full of Wolves Link - out on DVD now (special features review coming soon)

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A father puts on a clown costume for his son's birthday but then discovers he can't take it off - and worse, it's possessed by a demon.
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An archaeologist takes his kids to explore the remains of a Viking expedition, but what they find is something much more ancient - and still alive.


We're reporting from Glasgow Film Festival, which will screen the Oscar-nominated Wild Tales. We've also recently been in Berlin and Sundance and we're looking forward to New York's Rendez-vous with French Cinema and the Human Rights Watch Film Festival in London.


Grand finale GFF Diary days 11 & 12: Retro revelry and the thrills and chills of Frightfest.

NY Rendez-Vous with French Cinema highlights A look ahead at the best of the fest.

Darkness falls GFF Diary days 9 & 10: documentaries, nocturnal wanderings, and the return of Frightfest.

Celebrating survival Kim Loginotto and Brenda Myers-Powell talk about documentary Dreamcatcher

Radiator wins Glasgow Audience Award Prize awarded as Force Majeure screens at closing gala.

Stolen Oscar dress returned Pearls on Lupita Nyong'o gown were fake.

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We're bringing you all the latest news and reviews from the New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema.

We're looking forward to BFI Flare.

We still have reviews coming in from the Glasgow Film Festival, the Berlinale and Sundance.

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