FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Teens travel in time this week in Project Almanac while a Coen brothers obsession leads to danger for Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter, Jennifer Aniston plays a woman fascinated by a suicide in Cake and best men are for hire in The Wedding Ringer. The big screen adaptation of Fifty Shades Of Grey is still beating off box office competition while The Duke Of Burgundy sees two women embark on an intense bdsm relationship, and two men marry after 39 years together in Love Is Strange. A dinner party goes strangely awry in Coherence, and there are re-releases for Casablanca and a sing-along version of Grease. In the documentary corner Maidan remembers the Ukrainian revolution, and Arab and Israeli children learn Dancing In Jaffa. All this plus we're bringing you all the latest from the Glasgow Film Festival and the New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, and we still have reviews coming in from the Berlinale and Sundance.
The pearl dress worn by Lupita Nyong'o at the Oscars has been stolen Link
A man tries to win over the woman he adores despite the counsel of an murderously inclined cat in The Voices Link #gff15
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Visions of the future GFF Diary days 7 & 8: road warriors, spherical screens and surprises.
A surfeit of riches GFF Diary days 5 & 6: Paul Merton, the Margaret Tait Award, and live Dungeons & Dragons.
Celebrating survival Kim Loginotto and Brenda Myers-Powell talk about documentary Dreamcatcher
Cartoon capers on the Riviera Xavier Picard talks about the global cult of the Moomins.
Girl power hits the streets of Paris Céline Sciamma on sex, desire and friendship.
Lupita Nyong'o's Oscar gown stolen Calvin Klein dress was made from 6,000 pearls.
We're looking forward to BFI Flare.
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