FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

There's giant-size fun at the cinema this week as The BFG strides onto the screen - see what Steven Spielberg had to say about it - and you can journey to the final frontier in Star Trek Beyond. Six mean aim to find out who is best in Chevalier, while gals take on ghouls in the Ghostbusters remake. Two women fall in love in Seventies France in Summertime - see our interview with composer Grégoire Hetzel - and two brothers uncover a family secret in Men & Chicken. Turkish cops blunder into a nightmare world in Baskin and a horror anthology explores annual Holidays. Meanwhile, documentary The Hard Stop looks at racism and the death of Mark Duggan. All this, plus we still have reviews coming in from the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

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We chat to Logan Lerman and Sarah Gadon at the première of Indignation Link

Dolph Lundgren meets his pointy-toothed match in Shark Lake Link - out on DVD next Monday

James Schamus discusses the ideas behind Indignation Link

A production company has admitted some responsibility for an accident that could have killed Harrison Ford Link

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of Shark Lake on DVD Shark Lake DVD Review
Residents of a small town beside Lake Tahoe find themselves in fin-tastic trouble. Can Dolph Lundgren save them?
Packshot of Reckless on DVD Reckless DVD Review
A high flying lawyer develops a habit of using escort services, putting his marriage and career in danger.

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We're fresh back from Karlovy Vary Film Festival, which opened will Sean Ellis' Anthropoid. We're also still bringing you reviews from the recent Edinburgh International Film Festival, which saw Pikadero win the Michael Powell Award.

News

Roses and escargots Logan Lerman and Sarah Gadon at the première of Indignation.

The danger of normal James Schamus on Indignation and how there's always a Malvolio.

Where the heart is Christian Tafdrup on Parents and dreaming to make movies.

Remembering Héctor Babenco Bruno Barreto and Laurence Kardish pay tribute.

Politics goes pop Director Hany Abu-Assad on comedy, tragedy and a reluctant hero in The Idol.

Court hears case of Star Wars set injury to Harrison Ford Production company pleads guilty to two charges.

More news and features

We're looking forward to this year's Frightfest.



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