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.

The Story of a Summer Lover by Paul Negoescu

05/06/2018

Romania’s Paul Negoescu is back at the Transilvania IFF with a new, audience-orientated feature, an obvious homage to Woody Allen’s neurotic love stories  

Povestea unui pierde-vară

Povestea unui pierde-vară

Manu by Emmanuelle Bonmariage

05/06/2018

Emmanuelle Bonmariage delivers a multi-layered documentary about a filmmaker and extraordinary man’s road to remembrance  

Manu

Manu

Concerto for Two by Tomasz Drozdowicz

04/06/2018

The opening-night film of the 58th Krakow Film Festival is an affecting documentary looking at one of Poland’s greatest living conductors  

Koncert na dwoje

Koncert na dwoje

Return to Bollene by Saïd Hamich

01/06/2018

Producer Saïd Hamich directs an intimate, dry and exciting debut feature about identity, family and social roots  

Retour à Bollène

Retour à Bollène

Scythe Hitting Stone by Anja Kreis

01/06/2018

Anja Kreis’ graduation film may be the finest discovery in the Transilvania IFF competition  

Nashla kosa na kamen

Nashla kosa na kamen

The Witch Hunters by Rasko Miljkovic

31/05/2018

Raško Miljković's attractive and accomplished children's film is screening at the Zlín and Transilvania Film Festivals  

Zlogonje

Zlogonje

White Mama by Zosya Rodkevich, Evgeniya Ostanina

31/05/2018

The director of My Friend Boris Nemtsov, Zosya Rodkevich, is back with a powerful documentary about a strong woman and her odd but unusually harmonious family in distress  

Belaya mama

Belaya mama

Black Tide by Erick Zonca

30/05/2018

Érick Zonca’s crime-thriller is being screened in the Supernova sidebar at the Transilvania IFF  

Fleuve noir

Fleuve noir

My Brother Simple by Markus Goller

30/05/2018

Markus Goller’s touching children’s film is being screened in the EducaTIFF sidebar at the Transilvania IFF  

Simpel

Simpel

The Stars of Stern by Gad Abittan

30/05/2018

French-Israeli journalist and film critic Gad Abittan makes his film debut with this very personal documentary about an issue of broad social significance  

Hakochavim shel Stern

Hakochavim shel Stern