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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

Light, bright start for San Sebastian Festival embraces humour on opening night

Awaken to open Tallinn Tom Lowe's debut has Black Nights premiere

More news and features

The San Sebastian Film Festival opens this week, and we'll be bringing you all the latest news and reviews from there.



We're looking forward to the London Film Festival and the New York Film Festival.



We've recently been covering the Glasgow Youth Film Festival, the Venice Film Festival, London's Frightfest, and the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal.



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