Films released this Friday, 6 February 2015

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A list of the new films in UK cinemas, as of Friday 6 February 2015.

For details about where to see these films, use Find Any Film.

Amour Fou

Cheery sounding German drama about a young man facing a crisis and wanting to commit suicide with his beloved cousin. She is understandably skeptical about this and refuses, but this leads him to meet the wife of a business acquaintance who has a terminal illness. The official Arrow Films webpage is here, it will be showing at key cities only.

The InterviewThe Interview Poster

James Franco is the host of a tabloid TV show. When he and his producer Seth Rogan land an interview with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un who happens to be a fan, they jump at the chance to increase their journalistic kudos. Trouble is, the CIA want to recruit them as assassins to kill him. It will be showing across the UK but not in all cinemas, so check Find Any Film for those nearest to you. Check Facebook for more info.

Jupiter AscendingJupiter Ascending poster

Trouble at t’mill for this Mila Kunis/Channing Tatum starring sci-fi blockbuster, with audiences at Sundance walking out in droves during recent screenings. This might be due to audience surprise at the generally highbrow indie festival showing a big-budget 3D studio product. It could also be because it is load of cr*p. The official Warner Brothers UK website explains more about the product, which will be showing all over the UK.

Selma

Director Ava DuVernay’s chronicle of Martin Luther King’s fight against racial segregation in the Deep South is up for the Best Picture Oscar and features a sterling lead performance from David Oyelewo. It will have a wide UK cinema release, so check Find Any Film for your nearest cinema. The official website has more details.

Shaun the Sheep Movie

Based on the TV series, this big-screen outing follows Shaun, Bitzer and the flock into the big city to rescue the Farmer, who gets lost after Shaun’s mischief. The film will only be showing at some cinemas across the UK, check out the official website for more detail.

Still Life

Eddie Marsan stars as a local council worker who is abruptly made redundant from his job helping to locate the relatives of people who have died alone. His last assignment leads him to discover a man’s long lost daughter (Joanne Froggatt) and the two are drawn together. The official website has the trailer and other details, this will be showing at key cities only.

The TurningThe Turning poster

This film of the book of short stories by Australian writer Tim Wenton includes segments directed by actors Mia Wasikowski and David Wenham. The official Soda Pictures webpage is here, use Find Any Film to find out where you can catch it.

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