FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
The award-winning Faces Places hit cinemas this week - read what the legendary Agnès Varda told us about it. A German soldier steals a coat and promotes himself to The Captain in the dying days of World War Two - we spoke to director Robert Schwentke - while an artist finds herself in danger in Never Here - director Camille Thoman shared her thoughts. There's a big screen rerelease for The Godfather and the story of controversial musician Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. is told in documentary form. A cowboy tries to carve out a new identity in award-winner The Rider - see what Chloé Zhao and Brady Jandreau told us about it - while you can see Harry Dean Stanton's last ever performance in Lucky and the Hatton Garden jewel robbery is dramatised in King Of Thieves. A teenager gets a taste of prison life in Michael Inside, a father and son drive around their city together in Wajib - director Annemarie Jacir shared her thoughts with us - while tribal life is explored in Down To Earth and documentary Island meets people with terminal illnesses. All this, plus we're bringing you news and reviews from the San Sebastian Film Festival.
Nicholas Wright and Michael Mayer discuss Nico Muhly's Marnie, Hitchcock and opera Link
Kenya is briefly lifting its ban on Friend (Rafiki) to give it a shot at #Oscars glory Link
A grandmother's deathbed confession plunges a teenager into trouble in Summer '03 Link
A love triangle comes with a side order of kid in Louis Garrel's A Faithful Man Link #66SSIFF
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Various guises Nicholas Wright and Michael Mayer on Hitchcock, Marnie and The Metropolitan Opera
Fragmented vision Camille Thoman on art, control, chaos, Mireille Enos, Sam Shepard and Never Here
Inside the London Korean Film Festival An in-depth look at this year's line-up
Circularity of the moments Luke Davies on co-scripting Felix van Groeningen's Beautiful Boy
Prison of life Sarah Marx talks about drama L'Enkas
An emotional journey Annemarie Jacir on fathers and sons in Wajib
Kenya briefly lifts Friend ban Film will now qualify for Oscars
Light, bright start for San Sebastian Festival embraces humour on opening night
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