Film Reviews

2939 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/07/2018. 587 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Domestique by Adam Sedlák

05/07/2018

KARLOVY VARY 2018: Adam Sedlák's first film is a marital drama with elements of horror, which is neither sufficiently scary nor dramatic enough to really work on either level  

Domestik

Domestik

Pause by Tonia Mishiali

05/07/2018

KARLOVY VARY 2018: Cypriot writer-director Tonia Mishiali focuses on the position of women in a conservative and patriarchal society with an emotional and realistic debut  

Páfsi

Páfsi

Bridges of Time by Kristīne Briede, Audrius Stonys

04/07/2018

KARLOVY VARY 2018: The astoundingly beautiful doc by Kristīne Briede and Audrius Stonys about the forgotten masters of the Baltic New Wave recently premiered in the Documentary Competition  

Laika tilti

Laika tilti

Sueño Florianópolis by Ana Katz

04/07/2018

KARLOVY VARY 2018: Argentinian writer-director Ana Katz creates a tropical dream for a family going through a collective and personal crisis by the Brazilian seaside  

Sueño Florianópolis

Sueño Florianópolis

Keep an Eye Out by Quentin Dupieux

04/07/2018

The original and playful director Quentin Dupieux returns with a comedy on the borders of order, disorder, the realism of dreams, banality and weirdness  

Au poste !

Au poste !

Dream Away by Marouan Omara, Johanna Domke

04/07/2018

KARLOVY VARY 2018: Egyptian filmmaker Marouan Omara and German video artist Johanna Domke showcase their second co-directed project, a surreal examination of the lost paradise of Sharm El Sheikh  

Dream Away

Dream Away

53 Wars by Ewa Bukowska

04/07/2018

KARLOVY VARY 2018: Poland's Ewa Bukowska has crafted a film that lifts the lid on the victims of PTSD that are often forgotten  

53 wojny

53 wojny

Via Carpatia by Klara Kochańska

03/07/2018

KARLOVY VARY 2018: The debut feature by Polish directorial duo Klara Kochańska and Kasper Bajon channels the spirit of Abbas Kiarostami in its examination of the migrant crisis in Europe  

Via Carpatia

Via Carpatia

Blossom Valley by László Csuja

03/07/2018

KARLOVY VARY 2018: First-time director László Csuja makes impressive use of a non-professional cast to tell the story of two youngsters with an ambiguous relationship  

Virágvölgy

Virágvölgy

Wackersdorf by Oliver Haffner

03/07/2018

With his third feature, world-premiered at Munich, Oliver Haffner pierces through to the core of the political games that serve higher industrial interests  

Wackersdorf

Wackersdorf