FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Imagination is the key to Tomorrowland: A World Beyond, in cinemas this week, while Mad Max: Fury Road is still dominating at the box office and Poltergeist 3D is packing in the scares. Love takes unexpected forms in Spring and skateboarding Iranian vampire western A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night offers dark romance. Moomins On The Riviera will charm kids of all ages, an actress faces a challenge in Clouds Of Sils Maria - read what director Olivier Assayas told us about it - and The New Girlfriend takes a playful look at expectations of gender. We talk to Romain Duris about his role. The a capella girls are back in Pitch Perfect 2 and a deaf teenager has gang trouble in The Tribe. There's a re-release for Howard Hawks classic Only Angels Have Wings and filmmaker Sam Fuller is the subject of documentary A Fuller Life. Factual film fans can also learn about the life of Stanislav Petrov in The Man Who Saved The World. All this, plus we're bringing you live coverage from Cannes, we still have reviews coming in from Tribeca and we're looking forward to Sheffield Doc/Fest.
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Cannes Film Festival has announced its winners with the Palme d'Or going to Jacques Audiard for Dheepan. You can also read the verdicts of the Un Certain Regard jury and the critics. Recent Cannes reviews include Carol, Sicario, Macbeth and Sea Of Trees. Plus read What Woody Allen had to say about moral crises and Cate Blanchett's naked truth. Plus Love director Gaspar Noé reveals all in 3D and Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard and Justin Kurzel talk Macbeth.
Back to the roots of Macbeth Cotillard, Fassbender and Kurzel on the Scottish play.
McDormand’s rallying cry for women in film Time to seize the moment - and stop complaining.
Blade Runners in Benidorm Ion de Sosa and Chema García Ibarra talk about experimental sci-fi Androids Dream.
Audiard nabs Cannes Palme d’Or Dheepan opens eyes to troubles of the world.
Rams takes top prize in Un Certain Regard The High Sun and Journey To The Shore also celebrated.
Critics pick their winners in Cannes Hungary, India and Argentina lead the way.