Another classic adaption for literary lovers to add to their lists of films to watch this year is Madame Bovary. Mia Wasikowska plays the titular role as a young woman who, bored in her marriage, starts a string of affairs to advance her social status. I guess hosting dinners and charitable events weren't a viable option? There is an interesting array of supporting talent; Bovary's many suitors include Rhys Ifans, Ezra Miller and Logan Marshall-Green, there's also Paul Giamatti and Laura Carmichael thrown in for good measure. Definitely a film already in the running for next year's 'Best Costume Design' awards, and with its French setting, it's clear the cinematographer had a whale of time. Between this and Jane Eyre, is there a classical literature role that Mia isn't going to be asked to play?

An epic cinematic pairing of Tom Hardy and Gary Oldman in Child 44 should be the only information you need to watch this trailer. Based on books by Rob Tom Smith, the film explores a series of child murders during Stalin-era Soviet Union. Sounds pretty gruesome, and I'm not gonna lie, the trailer doesn't make for joyous viewing.

Plucked out from Sundance Festival's packed line-up over the past few weeks is Eden. A semi-biographical film about the French electronic music of the 90s. Neon and strobe lighting ahead...