Film Reviews

3083 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/09/2018. 597 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Capri-Revolution by Mario Martone

06/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Art and creativity’s revolutionary value is at the heart of Mario Martone’s latest film, set on an island in Campania at the turn of the century  

Capri-Revolution

Capri-Revolution

The River by Emir Baigazin

06/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Presented in this year’s Orizzonti competition programme, Emir Baigazin’s new movie is easily one of the most visually extravagant titles in the section  

Ozen

Ozen

A Tramway in Jerusalem by Amos Gitai

06/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Shown out of competition, Israeli director Amos Gitai’s flawed new film might be his warmest one yet  

A Tramway in Jerusalem

A Tramway in Jerusalem

Domingo by Fellipe Barbosa, Clara Linhart

06/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Fellipe Barbosa and Clara Linhart co-direct a choral and ironic portrait of a Brazilian family on the day of President Lula's election, in competition at the Giornate  

Domingo

Domingo

22 July by Paul Greengrass

06/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Paul Greengrass returns with a hard-hitting, truthful account of the Norwegian summer of 2011, loaded with emotion  

22 July

22 July

Our Time by Carlos Reygadas

06/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Mexican filmmaker Carlos Reygadas comes to Italy with an arthouse soap opera that, despite its punishing running time, actually manages to entertain  

Nuestro tiempo

Nuestro tiempo

Ricordi? by Valerio Mieli

05/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Valerio Mieli’s latest film is an exciting and refined love story about the mechanisms of memory, remembered in different ways by its two main characters  

Ricordi?

Ricordi?

The Armadillo's Prophecy by Emanuele Scaringi

05/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Fandango releases an adaptation of cartoonist Zerocalcare’s bestselling graphic novel, directed by Emanuele Scaringi  

La profezia dell'armadillo

La profezia dell'armadillo

Sunset by László Nemes

05/09/2018

VENICE 2018: In his competition entry, Hungarian director László Nemes creates a rich and vibrant world that unfortunately fails to engage  

Sunset

Sunset

Never Look Away by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck

04/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck returns with a film inspired by the life of the German artist Gerhard Richter, aimed at an audience born after the fall of the Berlin Wall  

Werk ohne Autor

Werk ohne Autor