The Hundred-Foot Journey (PG)
Support body is offering free film workshops
Kelly Reichardt makes films about people who are in lost in their environment.
The Werner Herzog Collection (15)
AFTER an encounter with Donald Trump which saw him harassed, arrested and jailed briefly, you'd expect documentary-maker Anthony Baxter to think twice before doing battle again with the powerful property tycoon.
Normally, its elegant shape and massive scale dominated the landscape, and could be seen from miles away.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt married on Saturday in France, a spokesman for the couple said.
ONE thing about Jon Hamm, he scrubs up nicely.
Obvious Child (15)
NORWEGIAN director Hans Petter Moland knows how to lure the stars into his galaxy.
No pop aficionado could fail to recognise the fingerprints on this Scottish-based musical as those of Belle & Sebastian front man Stuart Murdoch.
Akira Kurosawa Samurai Collection (12)
When I ring the doorbell to the Edinburgh home of Iain Grant, there's no cheerful chimes or tinkling bell.
What If (15)
Could it be their position on the edge of the world, that formidable expanse of outback, or something in the water?
The signs are promising:
Inside a large wooden cocoon, in the heart of Roath Lock Studios in Cardiff, is the Tardis set.
Hannah Murray is having the time of her life.
Welcome To New York is one of those films that needs to come with a warning beyond its 18 certificate.
God's Pocket (15)
Denis Lawson has compiled a diverse back catalogue over the past 45 years in some of the finest films in history and Bafta-winning television series.
Robert Pattinson has revealed he is "ridiculously proud" of his sister's X Factor auditions.
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has revealed how tired he gets of the sound of his own voice.
For Sylvester Stallone, a film is only as good as the injuries or risks that accompany the making of it.
The Inbetweeners 2 (15)