This week we catch up with Royseven and Donal Skehan, hear from The Big Wedding's Katherine Heigl and round up our favourite looks from Cannes.
Something In The Air masterfully evokes early Seventies France, as a group of young students become involved in violent political protest.
Ginger Baker is essentially from another time, a time when a musician could be talented and self-indulgent too. Jay Bulger's film about the legendary drummer is a fascinating and brave portrait.
Right from the start you somehow sense the seedy, visual drama A Hijacking will be. The Danish film a is masterpiece of taut drama, utterly convincing in its explorations of human behaviour under stress.
An initially sceptical John Byrne enjoys Baz Luhrmann's hypnotic homage to F Scott Fitzgerald's literary masterpiece.
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