Film Reviews

916 film reviews available in total starting from 01/03/2005. Last updated on 23/05/2018. 159 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Babai by Visar Morina

21/10/2015

The film by Visar Morina, Best Director Award at Karlovy Vary and Kosovo’s candidate for the 2016 Oscars, was also in competition at CinEast  

Babai

Babai

Baby Bump by Kuba Czekaj

03/09/2015

VENICE 2015: Growing up seems to literally mean growing out of your body for emerging Polish director Kuba Czekaj, who is presenting his feature at the Lido  

Baby Bump

Baby Bump

Back Home by Andrei Cohn

21/08/2015

Andrei Cohn discusses family and status in his smart, sensitive first feature  

Acasă la tata

Acasă la tata

Back to Stay by Milagros Mumenthaler

24/10/2011

Three sisters are struggling to find their way into a future of their own. Winner of the Golden Leopard for Best Film in Locarno.  

Abrir puertas y ventanas

Abrir puertas y ventanas

Bang Gang (A Modern Love Story) by Eva Husson

14/12/2015

Eva Husson’s debut feature film about the intense sexual excesses of a group of high school students is original, lively and very free  

Bang Gang (une histoire d'amour moderne)

Bang Gang (une histoire d'amour moderne)

The Bar by Álex de la Iglesia

17/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Álex de la Iglesia corrals three women and five men in the titular drinking establishment, only to force them — and us — to endure a waking nightmare of anguish, violence and excess  

El bar

El bar

Barbara by Christian Petzold

07/03/2012

A subtle dive into a paranoid East Germany at the beginning of the 1980s. A doctor suspected of wanting to cross over the border. Silver Bear for the Best Director at the Berlinale 2012.  

Barbara

Barbara

Barbarians by Ivan Ikic

06/07/2014

First-time director Ivan Ikic paints a convincing picture of the lifestyle of Serbian teenagers in the country's current social situation  

Varvari

Varvari

Les Barons by Nabil Ben Yadir

22/10/2009

A debut Belgian feature which happily explodes our preconceptions about the North African community, integration, Brussels and its working-class areas  

Les Barons

Les Barons

Barrage by Laura Schroeder

11/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Laura Schroeder depicts a trianglular mother-daughter relationship with consummate intelligence, conveying the fluidity of our deepest emotions  

Barrage

Barrage