A remarkably assured debut feature from TV veteran, Yann Demange, combining a hand-held documentary aesthetic with survival thriller conventions to thrust us into the heart of the Northern Ireland Troubles.
Laissez- faire economics has seldom looked more ugly than in the Dardenne Bros' quietly powerful and vital new feature where an ordinary worker is set to lose her job unless her colleagues forgo their bonuses.
Universal will release the Coen Bros' Hollywood comedy, 'Hail, Caesar!', in North American theatres on February 5, 2016, being the first time since 'The Ladykillers' a decade ago that one of their films have not targeted the awards season.
Seance horror, 'Ouija', became the latest commercial success for micro-budget production specialist, Blumhouse, with a $20m smash and grab raid when it arrived in 2,858 North American theatres over the weekend.
It's now eight years since Pedro Costa's austere epic, 'Colossal Youth' ('Juventude Em Marcha'), provoked a partial walkout during the film's world premiere at Cannes, with his pared down minimalism and extreme long takes proving too much for an audience used to a less challenging 'spoon fed' diet.