The atrocities of far-right terrorist Anders Breivik, who murdered 77 people in Norway in 2011, are the subject of the latest film by Paul Greengrass. He is a character of our times, the director tells Stephen Applebaum
There appears little to connect the grim dereliction of an abandoned training centre for priests in an overgrown Scottish wood and the fantasy worlds of Barbie Dreamhouses and Disney princesses. But they have provided much of the inspiration for multi-media artist Rachel Maclean’s most ambitious project to date.
Lady Gaga proves to be an inspired choice for Bradley Cooper’s remake of A Star is Born, and between them they make what could seem over-familiar feel fresh, vital and heartbreaking, writes Alistair Harkness
Controversial plans to create Scotland’s first purpose-built film studio on the outskirts of Edinburgh have been thrown into turmoil after a farmer won a legal battle to remain on land his family has occupied for more than 100 years.
With its ludicrous plot, relentless pace and eye-watering violence, Pete Berg’s Mile 22 is trash – but it’s well-made trash, and gives us Marky Mark as a Rain Man Jason Bourne, writes Alistair Harkness