FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
A cop hunts down killers this week in Dobermann and a boxer becomes a priest in Father Stu, while an elderly couple face dark days in Vortex - we interviewed Gaspar Noé - and friends make a suicide pact in On The Count Of Three. Mismatched officers take on bank robbers in high octane spoof Cop Secret, which we discussed with director Hannes Þór Halldórsson and his co-star Auðunn Blöndal, while a writer deals with grief in Faye and a woman goes all out to protect her family in The Drover’s Wife: The Legend Of Molly Johnson - see what director/star Leah Purcell told us about it. Alternate realities spell trouble for Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, a young couple try to survive a plague which causes aggression in The Sadness and a mid-life crisis prompts a man to try to live like a Viking in Wild Men. Six kidnapped strangers strive to Escape The Field, an author struggles with bereavement in Faye, and a young gay man fights for an Olympic opportunity in The Swimmer - we spoke with director Adam Kalderon. A father seeks help to die in Everything Went Fine and cinema takes a look at itself in The Found Footage Phenomenon - see what co-director Phillip Escott had to say. There's a documentary call to arms in Wake Up Punk - director Nigel Askew shared his thoughts - and a young woman discovers the shocking truth behind her 94 siblings in documentary Our Father.
Cannes Film Festival is under way - kicking off with zombie film Final Cut - read what the director and cast said about the film. We've also been getting in the mood with our Streaming Spotlight on Cannes Camera d'Or winners.
If you can't get to the cinema, we have plenty of suggestions for films to watch on television and streaming services in our Stay-at-Home Seven.
Cruise control swoops over Cannes Crowds swarm for a glimpse of real star power in action
Summer's child Colm Bairéad on bringing The Quiet Girl to the screen
Bejo’s caring skills lead to zombie role Actress turned up the pressure on director during Covid
Zelensky and Whitaker steal the show Dose of Ukrainian reality hits the red carpet glamour in Cannes
Radical empathy Stefan Forbes on policing, psychology, masculinity and making Hold Your Fire
Frémaux cruises into gear in Cannes Festival director on Top Gun star, Ukraine and looking to the future
Take That Cannes! Hit band hit the festival to promote The Greatest Days
We're looking forward to the Cannes Film Festival, the Sci-Fi London Film Festival, the Cheltenham International Film Festival, Canadian 2SLGBTQ festival Inside Out, the Tribeca Film Festival and the Fantasia International Film Festival.
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