A team of mutants take on a time traveller this week in Deadpool 2, while a troubled woman becomes obsessed with a teenager in Allure and a couple have a crisis on their wedding night in On Chesil Beach. Three young punks have an unexpected adventure in How To Talk To Girls At Parties, there's hijack drama in Entebbe and a mother goes all out to save her kids in Breaking In. Former zombies try to reintegrate into society in The Cured - see our interview with director David Freyne - while a detective pursues a hacker in Anon, a series of garden-based disappearances is investigated by Sherlock Gnomes and three people struggle against eviction in A Cambodian Spring. The last year of a film star's life is explored through gossip and rumour in Mansfield 66/67 - we spoke to directors P David Ebersole and Todd Hughes - and there's a short history of LGBT rights in 50 Years Legal. Documentary The Poetess celebrates Iran's Hissa Hilal, Redoubtable explores an episode in the life of Jean-Luc Godard, and you can see John Hurt's final performance as a terminally ill screenwriter in That Good Night.There are big screen rereleases for The Sound Of Music and 2001: A Space Odyssey, and we're bringing you all the latest direct from the Cannes Film Festival.


The celebrated painter tells his own story in I, Claude Monet Link

Wim Wenders talks further about Pope Francis: A Man Of His Word Link #Cannes

Documentary Who Is Arthur Chu? looks at the man behind the Jeopardy victories Link - see it tomorrow on PBS World

Scottish-set documentary Scheme Birds among the latest to receive #Sundance grant funding Link

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Packshot of The Commuter on DVD The Commuter DVD Review
A man finds himself racing against time on a commuter train.
Packshot of The Post on DVD The Post DVD Review
The story of how the Washington Post rose to prominence by taking on the Nixon administration.


Cannes, which opened with Everybody Knows, is over for another year, read about the winners here.

We've recently been at the Tribeca Film Festival and still have reviews and interviews coming in from there. Plus the posters for the 66th edition of San Sebastian Film Festival have just been released. Plus, news of the Edinburgh Film Festival programme has begun to be released.


After the carnival Wim Wenders on symbols of Catholicism and Pope Francis: A Man Of His Word

Birds of a feather Michael Mayer on Nico Muhly, remembering the past, and a Hamlet scene not shot for The Seagull

These are the words Wim Wenders on his first meeting for Pope Francis: A Man Of His Word

Sundance grants £436k of doc funding 23 projects receive support - more than half by women

Besson accused of rape Fifth Element director denies allegation

Shoplifters nabs Palme d’Or in Cannes Spike Lee, Pawlikowski, and Panahi among winners

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We're bringing you all the latest news, reviews and interviews direct from the Cannes Film Festival.

We've recently been at Tribeca Film Festival in New York, New Directors/New Films, the Istanbul Film Festival, London's BFI Flare and the New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema.

Read our full for recent coverage.

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