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Film Focus

Full presentations of films (interviews, videos, trailers, photo gallery, etc.). On this page you will find the more recent focuses. You can search for a specific film by using the Cineuropa "search" function. The films are sorted by title.

 

I Can Quit Whenever I Want by Sydney Sibilia

11/07/2014

Directed by 30-year-old newcomer Sydney Sibilia, an unexpected comedy with a lively cast managing the difficult task of entertaining.  

Smetto quando voglio

Smetto quando voglio

Party Girl by Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger, Samuel Theis

02/07/2014

A moving and honest debut film has opened Un Certain Regard, hinting at a promising career ahead for the young trio of French directors.  

Party Girl

Party Girl

Love at First Fight by Thomas Cailley

02/07/2014

Adèle Haenel and Kevin Azaïs shine in the promising first feature film by Thomas Cailley, unveiled at the Directors’ Fortnight.  

Les combattants

Les combattants

Turist by Ruben Ostlund

02/07/2014

Ruben Ostlund dissects a family's behaviour following an act of paternal cowardice in an intelligent film with a human side, awarded in Cannes, in Un Certain Regard.  

Turist (Force majeure)

Turist (Force majeure)

Winter Sleep by Nuri Bilge Ceylan

02/07/2014

Nuri Bilge Ceylan dissects the facets of the human comedy in an isolated hotel in Central Anatolia. Some great cinema for the Cannes competition  

Kis uykusu

Kis uykusu

Beloved Sisters by Dominik Graf

02/07/2014

In this film based on an epistolary double declaration of love written by Friedrich Schiller, Dominik Graf presents an imagining of the incredible love triangle that was formed between the author and the two sisters to whom the letter was addressed.  

Die geliebten Schwestern

Die geliebten Schwestern

Of Horses and Men by Benedikt Erlingsson

02/07/2014

The original first feature-length film is entertaining and subtly cruel with various images that remain imprinted in the mind.  

Hross í oss

Hross í oss

Open Windows by Nacho Vigalondo

16/06/2014

Nacho Vigalondo reflects and criticises in this split-screen thriller about information overload, spying in the home and the great deceptions of the internet age.  

Open Windows

Open Windows

A Street in Palermo by Emma Dante

16/06/2014

An encounter and confrontation in a narrow Palermo alleyway of Rosa and elderly Samira, in the debut film of Sicilian playwright Emma Dante.  

Via Castellana Bandiera

Via Castellana Bandiera

Xenia by Panos H. Koutras

16/06/2014

In the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival, Panos H. Koutras presented a realistic and extremely charming fable about two brothers of Albanian heritage in today’s Greece  

Xenia

Xenia
Stockholm University of the Arts

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