Film Reviews

2935 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 16/07/2018. 584 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Dad by Vlado Škafar

16/11/2010

The first ever Venice Critics Week title from Slovenia. An intimate father-son relation story set in Prekmurje province  

Oča

Oča

Daguerrotype by Kiyoshi Kurosawa

08/03/2017

Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s new film, made with an entirely French team, is another ghost story, another variation on his preferred themes  

Le Secret de la chambre noire

Le Secret de la chambre noire

Dalecarlians by Maria Blom

02/06/2005

A strong and convincing feature debut, a Bergmanesque piece of family reunion with light brushes of humour, set in the picture perfect heart of Sweden, the province of Dalecarlia  

Masjavlar

Masjavlar

Dalida by Lisa Azuelos

10/01/2017

Lisa Azuelos brings us an effective biopic on the impassioned, flamboyant and tragic fate of the singer. A film being distributed and sold by Pathé  

Dalida

Dalida

Damned Summer by Pedro Cabeleira

07/08/2017

LOCARNO 2017: The first feature-length film by young Portuguese director Pedro Cabeleira is a strong and mysterious homage to youth  

Verão danado

Verão danado

The Dance of Reality by Alejandro Jodorowsky

18/05/2013

Chilean Alejandro Jodorowsky returns after 23 years with work in which he has reconstructed his childhood in a tale-like manner  

La danza de la realidad

La danza de la realidad

The Dancer by Stéphanie Di Giusto

14/05/2016

CANNES 2016: In her debut feature film, Stéphanie Di Giusto brings us an eye-opening experience with striking skill  

La Danseuse

La Danseuse

The Danish Girl by Tom Hooper

07/09/2015

VENICE 2015: Eddie Redmayne dominates the screen in the new work by Oscar winner Tom Hooper, who rehashes the formula that earned him awards all around the world with The King’s Speech  

The Danish Girl

The Danish Girl

Daphne by Peter Mackie Burns

03/10/2017

Peter Mackie Burns's first feature film leads us into the messy and tormented everyday life of a young woman, who is both free and radiant, despite the odds being against her  

Daphne

Daphne

Daratt – Dry Season by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun

01/09/2006

Daratt

Daratt