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The Ragged Life of Juice Leskinen - by Teppo Airaksinen - Poised to premiere imminently in its native Finland, Teppo Airaksinen’s wonderful biopic swaps clichés for killer one-liners
The Ragged Life of Juice Leskinen
by Teppo Airaksinen
Poised to premiere imminently in its native Finland, Teppo Airaksinen’s wonderful biopic swaps clichés for killer one-liners
Yuli - by Icíar Bollaín - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Icíar Bollaín directs a biopic on Carlos Acosta, achieving little more than a conventional portrait of an unconventional life, short on risk and narrative arabesques
Yuli
by Icíar Bollaín
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Icíar Bollaín directs a biopic on Carlos Acosta, achieving little more than a conventional portrait of an unconventional life, short on risk and narrative arabesques
Santiago, Italia - by Nanni Moretti - After closing the 36th Torino Film Festival, Nanni Moretti’s documentary about Chile arrives in Italian cinemas, using a sober evocation of the 1973 coup to talk about modern Italy
Santiago, Italia
by Nanni Moretti
After closing the 36th Torino Film Festival, Nanni Moretti’s documentary about Chile arrives in Italian cinemas, using a sober evocation of the 1973 coup to talk about modern Italy
Fatwa - by Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud - Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud uses the death of a radicalised teenager to highlight religious tension in Tunisia
Fatwa
by Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud
Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud uses the death of a radicalised teenager to highlight religious tension in Tunisia
Il testimone invisibile - by Stefano Mordini - Stefano Mordini's noir, starring Riccardo Scamarcio and Miriam Leone, is presented as a sequence of conversations and flashbacks that ultimately fail to build the suspense the genre requires
Il testimone invisibile
by Stefano Mordini
Stefano Mordini's noir, starring Riccardo Scamarcio and Miriam Leone, is presented as a sequence of conversations and flashbacks that ultimately fail to build the suspense the genre requires
The Man Who Stole Banksy - by Marco Proserpio - The theft of a mural in Bethlehem leads first-time director Marco Proserpio to investigate the ethics of the market for street art
The Man Who Stole Banksy
by Marco Proserpio
The theft of a mural in Bethlehem leads first-time director Marco Proserpio to investigate the ethics of the market for street art
Woman at War - by Benedikt Erlingsson - CANNES 2018: Icelandic director Benedikt Erlingsson proves his potential yet again with a joyful, inventive, energetic, environmental and feminist second feature film
Woman at War
by Benedikt Erlingsson
CANNES 2018: Icelandic director Benedikt Erlingsson proves his potential yet again with a joyful, inventive, energetic, environmental and feminist second feature film
Maya - by Mia Hansen-Løve - TORONTO 2018: Mia Hansen-Løve travels to India, delving into the heart of love and war and injecting new themes into the refined sweetness that characterises her films
Maya
by Mia Hansen-Løve
TORONTO 2018: Mia Hansen-Løve travels to India, delving into the heart of love and war and injecting new themes into the refined sweetness that characterises her films

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