FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
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 BFI Flare, and we still have reviews coming in from the Glasgow Short Film Festival.
A massive fire has broken out on Glasgow's Sauchiehall Street, near Cineworld and the GFT Link
Edinburgh Film Festival announce three strand retrospective focusing on US cinema of 1970s and 80s… Link
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back - as a hitman and a target - in Killing Gunther Link - on VoD from 2 April
César best actress winner Jeanne Balibar on becoming a musical legend in Barbara Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
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, and BFI Flare. We'll also have coverage coming in from New Directors/New Films and Tribeca in New York.
Jeanne’s love affair with Barbara César best actress Balibar on becoming a musical legend in Barbara
Discovering and forgetting Jean-Paul Civeyrac on Novalis, Flaubert, Pasolini, Rose Pourquoi and A Paris Education
A right royal victory Inside the Glasgow Short Film Festival awards ceremony
Massive fire erupts near the GFT and Cineworld Glasgow Fire services have evacuated part of the street
Edinburgh announces retrospective Time of the Signs: Chasing the American Zeitgeist puts Seventies and Eighties US cinema in spotlight
We're looking forward to Tribeca in New York.
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