FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

There's no love lost this week in Borg vs McEnroe, while three Palestinian women find themselves caught In Between tradition and modern life in Tel Aviv - see our interview with director Maysaloun Hamoud - and a South Korean woman trains as an assassin in The Villainess. A troubled woman struggles to hold on to her relationship in Mother! and a couple are overwhelmed by romance in Seven Days. A disabled teenager dreams of becoming a hitman in Kills On Wheels, a mother and daughters defend their home from bandits in My Pure Land, and a queen develops an intense friendship in Victoria And Abdul. Meanwhile, a journalist investigates The Case For Christ, we go on a Journey Through French Cinema with Bertrand Tavernier, and would-be film students try to prove themselves in The Graduation. There are rereleases for David Lean classic Lawrence Of Arabia and Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters Of The Third Kind. All this, plus we're bringing you coverage of the San Sebastian Film Festival.

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Killing a stranger doesn't create the expected bond in Capture Kill Release Link - on DVD Monday Link

"When you put all the topics up front, people have to talk" - Maysaloun Hamoud discusses In Between & facing a fatwa Link

"As a voyeur, you should be curious" - Gay Talese on Josh Koury and Myles Kane's documentary Link #nyff

A Buckingham Palace exhibition and the story behind it are explored in Canaletto And The Art Of Venice Link

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of Capture Kill Release on DVD Capture Kill Release DVD Review
A couple hope to strengthen their bond by murdering a stranger, but instead discover that they have some serious differences.
Packshot of Journey To The Centre Of The Earth on Blu-Ray Journey To The Centre Of The Earth Blu-Ray Review
Rival expeditions set out to try and reach the centre of the Earth via an extinct Icelandic volcano.

FESTIVALS

This week, we're bringing you news and reviews from the San Sebastian Film Festival, where Village Rockstars is among the films screening, and from the Glasgow Youth Film Festival.

We're looking forward to the New York Film Festival, the Scottish Queer International Film Festival, the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival and the London East Asia Film Festival. Recent coverage includes Miskolc Cinefest, the Deauville Film Festival, the Venice Film festival and A-list genre festivals Frightfest and Fantasia.

News

Forbidden filmmaking Maysaloun Hamoud on In Between, the duty of artists, and facing a fatwa

Visualising Voyeur Gay Talese on how Josh Koury and Myles Kane's film came together

Six Harry Dean Stanton films you can't afford to miss The legacy of a remarkable actor

What makes a Martyr? Mazen Khaled on male identity, death and freedom in his Biennale College film.

Linda Hamilton to return as Sarah Connor She'll be back

Document festival announces line-up Gulȋstan, Land Of Roses is opening gala

More news and features

We're bringing you news, reviews and interviews with the stars from the San Sebastian Film Festival and the Glasgow Youth Film Festival.



We're looking forward to the New York Film Festival, the Scottish Queer International Film Festival, the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival and the London East Asia Film Festival.



We've recently been covering Miskolc Cinefest, the Hebridean International Film Festival, the Deauville Film Festival and the Venice Film Festival.



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