The Look of Silence: Act of Killing director’s second film is as horrifically gripping as first – Venice film festival review

Peter Bradshaw at the Venice film festival: Joshua Oppenheimer is back with another backstage take on the Indonesian death squads of the 1960s. This follow-up – focusing on an eye doctor who talks to killers who drank the blood of their victims – is more personal, more combative. But it’s just as much a must-see as its predecessor: innovative, inspired and important

Sandy Wilson obituary

Composer and lyricist best known for The Boy Friend, a fresh and revolutionary musical that took the West End by storm