Mill Valley Film Festival 36 runs 3 – 13 October 2013 with screenings at the Smith Rafael Film Center in San Rafael and Cinearts Sequoia in Mill Valley.
Features include: Al Helm: Martin Luther King In Palestine directed by Connie Field (US) 2013; Belleville Baby directed by Mia Engberg (Sweden 2012); The Best Offer directed by Giuseppe Tornatore (Italy) 2013; Blue Is The Warmest Color directed by Abdellatif Kechiche (France) 2013; Capital directed by Costa-Gavras (France) 2012; Cheba directed by Francoise Charpiat; The Dandelions directed by Carine Tardieu (France) 2012; Lumumba directed by Raoul Peck (France) 2000; One Man’s Show directed by Newton I. Aduaka (Nigeria/France) 2012; The Past directed by Asghar Farhadi (France/Italy) 2012: The Year And The Vineyard directed by Jonathan Cenzuel (Spain) 2013; Yema (Algeria) 2012; and Zaytoun directed by Eran Rikiis (UK/Israel) 2012.
Also the California Film Institute will honor Greek-born director Costa-Gavras in a tribute program that includes a conversation, moderated by Peter Coyote, and a showing of his latest film, Capital. More information about the entire festival program available at the Mill Valley Film Festival.
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