FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
An Aboriginal cop investigates a murder this week in Mystery Road, there's wild weather in Into The Storm, an ordinary woman gains superpowers in Lucy, a wannabe gangster falls foul of The Guvnors and Marion Cotillard has just Two Days, One Night to save her job. Neo-noir Sin City: A Dame To Kill For dishes out violence and God Help The Girl sees an anorexic teen dreaming of stardom, while Obvious Child features a comedian on the rocks, and a friendship might turn into love in What If. Meanwhile, a teenager asks herself what will happen If I Stay, and there's a re-released for silent classic The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.
Castles In The Sky dramatises the development of radar Link - showing on BBC2 on Thursday.
We take a look at what's coming up at the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival here Link #smhaff2014
This year's Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival launched in Glasgow today Link #smhaff2014
Eco-terrorism comes under the spotlight in Kelly Reichardt's Night Moves, out this week Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Doing time with David Mackenzie An inside look at the making of Starred Up.
Out with Flynn, part 2 Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland reveal more Robin Hood secrets.
Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival 2014 launched This year's theme is power and mental health.
Hayao Miyazaki and Maureen O'Hara receive honorary Oscars Harry Belafonte also set to pick up humanitarian award.
International competition status raised at Tallinn Black Nights FIAPF endorsement sees Estonian festival join Cannes, Venice and Berlin.
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