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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M by Sara Forestier

06/09/2017

VENICE 2017: Actress Sara Forestier presents her directorial debut, competing in the Giornate degli Autori section. A tale of visceral love that must overcome some communicative challenges  

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Macondo by Sudabeh Mortezai

15/02/2014

Sudabeh Mortezai explores a poor but colourful neighbourhood in Vienna, inhabited by seekers of political asylum  

Macondo

Macondo

Made in Ash by Iveta Grófová

30/11/2012

A young woman caught up in a socio-economic downward spiral in an industrial city on the Czech-German border. Slovak candidate for the 2013 Oscar for Best Film in a Foreign Language.  

Až do mesta Aš

Až do mesta Aš

Mademoiselle Paradis by Barbara Albert

11/09/2017

TORONTO 2017: Using a period-drama story set in the 18th century, Austrian filmmaker Barbara Albert explores the role of women in contemporary society and their need for freedom of choice  

Licht

Licht

The Mafia Only Kills in Summer by Pierfrancesco Diliberto

26/11/2013

Pierfrancesco Diliberto’s cinema debut, known on television as Pif, combines grotesque comedy with socially engaged cinema.  

La mafia uccide solo d'estate

La mafia uccide solo d'estate

Magical Girl by Carlos Vermut

22/09/2014

In competition at San Sebastián following its premiere in Toronto, Carlos Vermut’s film is an invigorating tragicomedy involving overlapping stories that end in misfortune  

Magical Girl

Magical Girl

Makala by Emmanuel Gras

24/05/2017

CANNES 2017: Emmanuel Gras has made a captivating documentary that whisks us away to DR Congo on the heels of a heroic charcoal seller  

Makala

Makala

Mammuth by Gustave Kervern, Benoît Delépine

20/04/2010

A breath of fresh air and offbeat humour in French duo Benoit Delépine and Gustave de Kervern’s new film, unveiled in competition at Berlin and starring Gérard Depardieu on top form  

Mammuth

Mammuth

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote by Terry Gilliam

18/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Terry Gilliam’s eagerly awaited take on the universe of the most famous of Miguel de Cervantes’ novels is shot through with his outrageous hallmarks  

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

The Man Who Will Come by Giorgio Diritti

14/01/2010

A moving tribute to a dramatic chapter in Italian history and a double award-winner (by audiences and the jury) at last year's Rome Film Festival  

L'uomo che verrà

L'uomo che verrà