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REPORT: Tribeca 2018

Cineuropa is covering the 17th Tribeca Film Festival with reviews, interviews and news...

REPORT: Tribeca 2018
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Review: The Saint Bernard Syndicate

Review: The Saint Bernard Syndicate

Mads Brügger's first fiction feature retains his penchant for social provocation, plus his mix of humour and embarrassment, in a culture-clash comedy  

27/04 | Tribeca 2018

Smuggling Hendrix wins Best International Narrative Feature at Tribeca

Smuggling Hendrix wins Best International Narrative Feature at Tribeca

Marios Piperides’ debut left New York with the top prize, while Mads Brügger’s comedy The Saint Bernard Syndicate snagged Best Screenplay and Best Actor  

27/04 | Tribeca 2018 | Awards

Review: Obey

Review: Obey

Jamie Jones’ debut feature, screening in the International Narrative Competition at Tribeca, has the 2011 London riots as a backdrop  

25/04 | Tribeca 2018

Marios Piperides  • Director

Interview: Marios Piperides • Director

"Borders can be broken down once we recognise familiarity in the face of the unknown"

We spoke to Cypriot writer-director Marios Piperides about his feature debut, Smuggling Hendrix, which is taking part in the International Narrative Competition at Tribeca  

24/04 | Tribeca 2018

Review: Island of the Hungry Ghosts

Review: Island of the Hungry Ghosts

Christmas Island is the focus of this tale of human destruction, which has just premiered simultaneously at Tribeca and Visions du Réel  

24/04 | Tribeca 2018

Review: Smuggling Hendrix

Review: Smuggling Hendrix

Cypriot debutant writer-director Marios Piperides explores the ongoing dispute in his homeland in a comic and absurd way that aims to break down borders  

23/04 | Tribeca 2018

Review: Virgins

Review: Virgins

Keren Ben Rafael puts her name to an endearing first full-length film: a coming-of-age tale about the importance of nurturing our inner child  

20/04 | Tribeca 2018 | Competition

European productions to cross the pond for the 17th Tribeca Film Festival

European productions to cross the pond for the 17th Tribeca Film Festival

Continental co-productions dominate the International Narrative Competition selection of the New York festival running from 18-29 April, and are eyeing some of the five main awards  

17/04 | Tribeca 2018

Ramón Salazar  • Director

Interview: Ramón Salazar • Director

“We tried not to make it give way to tear-jerking melodrama”

BERLIN 2018: Ramón Salazar is back at the Berlinale with his fourth film, Sunday’s Illness, an intimate drama starring the incredible Susi Sánchez and Bárbara Lennie  

21/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama - Tribeca 2018

Review: Sunday’s Illness

Review: Sunday’s Illness

BERLIN 2018: Ramón Salazar injects beauty, pain, sorrow and tension into his fourth feature, his most mature and sophisticated yet  

21/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama - Tribeca 2018

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