Multi-award winning film The Square opens in cinemas this week, there's a new take on the life of Mary Magdalene, and youth is remembered in My Golden Days - read what director Arnaud Desplechin told us about it. Joaquin Phoenix plays a troubled assassin in You Were Never Really Here, and Woody Allen seranades Coney Island in Wonder Wheel. The story of a legendary star is documented in Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story - we spoke to director Alexandra Dean - and aged wrestlers try to save their local pub in Walk Like A Panther. Meanwhile, The Divine Order dramatises Swiss women's push for the vote in 1971 - read our interview with director Petra Volpe. Plus we're bringing you all the latest from the New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema and we still have reviews coming in from the Glasgow Short Film Festival.


An unusual friendship is documented in Tony And The Bull Link #GSFF18

Four young South Africans mysteriously swap bodies in High Fantasy Link #gff18

Salt & Sauce depicts life in a chip shop Link #GSFF18

We enter the world of Edinburgh's Graham Croan Bee in #GSFF18 award winner The King And I Link

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A travelling scholar is assigned the task of translating a Buddhist scripture for a ceremony honouring dead soldiers. On his journey through the haunting mountain landscapes, he encounters temptress ghosts and Taoist priests, ancient abandoned fortresses and inns.
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When a fatal flu virus devastates Europe, city boy Jack takes refuge in the Alps but he’s ill-equipped to survive the harsh winter. Things only get worse when renegade Kara breaks into his house and commandeers his dwindling food supplies.


We're bringing you reviews and features from the New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, where Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano's C'est La Vie! is screening. We'll also have coverage coming in from BFI Flare and New Directors/New Films and Tribeca in New York.

We still have reviews coming in from the Glasgow Short Film Festival, the Glasgow Film Festival and the Berlinale.


A right royal victory Inside the Glasgow Short Film Festival awards ceremony

The optimism of tragedy Rebecca Miller on family, wisdom and Arthur Miller: Writer

Meeting the Maid of Orléans Bruno Dumont on Jeannette, The Childhood Of Joan Of Arc

La difference Tonie Marshall on Numéro Une and the barriers facing women in France and the film industry

BFI launches Commonwealth Tales Free online film collection includes oldest surviving cricket film from 1897

East End Film Festival announces line-up Event back in spring for first time since 2011

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We're bringing you all the latest from New York's Rendez-Vous with French Cinema.

We're looking forward to BFI Flare in London and Tribeca in New York.

We've recently been at the Glasgow Short Film Festival, the Glasgow Film Festival and the Berlinale.

Read our full for recent coverage.

Visit our festivals section.


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