FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Mary Queen Of Scots gets the biopic treatment again this week while Timothée Chalamet plays a Beautiful Boy hooked on drugs - see what screenwriter Luke Davies had to say about it. Interwoven stories explore the police killing of an African American in Monsters And Men and there's a poetic snapshot of life for black kids in the US South in Hale County This Morning, This Evening - we spoke to director RaMell Ross. Kiera Knightley plays a legendary French writer in Colette - read our three part interview with director Wash Westmoreland - while more recent biopic The Front Runner tackles the story of Senator Gary Hart and comedy mingles with sadness for Stan & Ollie. Meanwhile, the plight of asylum seekers is explored in Island Of The Hungry Ghosts - read our interview with director Gabrielle Brady.
"If you see a little boy...as a perpetrator, what does it mean?" - Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck on Never Look A… Link
A mysterious antique bequeaths a curse in The Final Wish Link
A youngster who will stop at nothing to meet his hero, ends up on an adventure with him in Yao Link
Eliza McNitt discusses Jessica Chastain, Darren Aronofsky and her VR experience Spheres Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Interconnecting the layers Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck on Patricia Rommel and Never Look Away
Inspired by science Eliza McNitt on Jessica Chastain, Darren Aronofsky and her VR experience Spheres
Wish you were here Lin Shaye on The Final Wish, character creation, horror, comedy and The Grudge
The myth and the dream RaMell Ross on Hale County This Morning, This Evening and the influence of Apichatpong Weerasethakul
A cinematic blessing Simon Lereng Wilmont on The Distant Barking Of Dogs
French honour for Sundance Kid Robert Redford to receive Special César award
Sundance announces juries Akhavan, Chazelle and Campion will head to Utah
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