Film Reviews

It Snows in Benidorm - by Isabel Coixet - Isabel Coixet steeps her latest film in so much melancholy that it is unable to sit comfortably either as a suspense flick or as a middle-aged love story
It Snows in Benidorm
by Isabel Coixet
Isabel Coixet steeps her latest film in so much melancholy that it is unable to sit comfortably either as a suspense flick or as a middle-aged love story
A New Shift - by Jindřich Andrš - Jindřich Andrš's Ji.hlava opening film is a light-footed and warm documentary that follows a coal miner from Silesia who retrains to be a computer programmer after his mine shuts down
A New Shift
by Jindřich Andrš
Jindřich Andrš's Ji.hlava opening film is a light-footed and warm documentary that follows a coal miner from Silesia who retrains to be a computer programmer after his mine shuts down
Everything's Gonna Be Alright - by Francesco Bruni - In the fourth film helmed by Francesco Bruni, also the closing title of the 15th Rome Film Fest, the director depicts his illness with humour and confidence, buoyed by an excellent Kim Rossi Stuart
Everything's Gonna Be Alright
by Francesco Bruni
In the fourth film helmed by Francesco Bruni, also the closing title of the 15th Rome Film Fest, the director depicts his illness with humour and confidence, buoyed by an excellent Kim Rossi Stuart
After Love - by Aleem Khan - Aleem Khan's excellent debut offers a new perspective on the British Muslim culture clash story
After Love
by Aleem Khan
Aleem Khan's excellent debut offers a new perspective on the British Muslim culture clash story
The Mystery of the Pink Flamingo - by Javier Polo - Despite the fact that John Waters and Divine make an appearance, Javier Polo has not made the filthiest film in the world; rather, this outlandish pop flick shimmers with joy and (rose-tinted) colour
The Mystery of the Pink Flamingo
by Javier Polo
Despite the fact that John Waters and Divine make an appearance, Javier Polo has not made the filthiest film in the world; rather, this outlandish pop flick shimmers with joy and (rose-tinted) colour
February - by Kamen Kalev - Bulgaria's Kamen Kalev plunges into timelessness and explores the union between man and the earth through a fascinating and austere environmental film, recipient of the Cannes 2020 label
February
by Kamen Kalev
Bulgaria's Kamen Kalev plunges into timelessness and explores the union between man and the earth through a fascinating and austere environmental film, recipient of the Cannes 2020 label
My Little Sister - by Stéphanie Chuat, Véronique Reymond - BERLINALE 2020: For Nina Hoss’s frustrated playwright in Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond’s film, something is rotten in the state of Switzerland
My Little Sister
by Stéphanie Chuat, Véronique Reymond
BERLINALE 2020: For Nina Hoss’s frustrated playwright in Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond’s film, something is rotten in the state of Switzerland
And Tomorrow the Entire World - by Julia von Heinz - VENICE 2020: Julia von Heinz mines her own past as an anti-fascist activist in this fictional drama asking whether the best way to fight violence is through retaliatory violence
And Tomorrow the Entire World
by Julia von Heinz
VENICE 2020: Julia von Heinz mines her own past as an anti-fascist activist in this fictional drama asking whether the best way to fight violence is through retaliatory violence
SVOD funding of film and audiovisual creations begins to take shape in France

SVOD funding of film and audiovisual creations begins to take shape in France

Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and other platforms will be obliged to spend 20 – 25% of their turnover in France on national and European production  

29/10 | Industry | Market | France

Creative Europe Desk Poland looks into the diversity of the European VoD market

Creative Europe Desk Poland looks into the diversity of the European VoD market

A one-day online conference focused on the current trends and challenges faced by the European industry  

29/10 | Industry | Market | Poland

Review: It Snows in Benidorm

Review: It Snows in Benidorm

Isabel Coixet steeps her latest film in so much melancholy that it is unable to sit comfortably either as a suspense flick or as a middle-aged love story  

29/10 | Seminci 2020

Projects from Germany, Spain, Taiwan, Georgia and Denmark win DOK Leipzig industry awards

Projects from Germany, Spain, Taiwan, Georgia and Denmark win DOK Leipzig industry awards

The Cineuropa Marketing Prize went to Twice Colonised by Denmark's Lin Alluna, which was presented as part of the CIRCLE Doc Women Accelerator  

29/10 | DOK Leipzig 2020 | DOK Industry/Awards

After the successful short Timecode, Juanjo Giménez is shooting Tres

After the successful short Timecode, Juanjo Giménez is shooting Tres

The recipient of the Short Film Palme d’Or at Cannes in 2016 (and an Oscar nod) is currently directing his second feature, a drama with hints of black comedy starring Marta Nieto  

29/10 | Production | Funding | Spain/France/Lithuania

Stefan Bradea • Distributor, Bad Unicorn

Interview: Stefan Bradea • Distributor, Bad Unicorn

“A cinema ticket is cheaper than a therapy session”

Stefan Bradea, co-founder and international acquisitions manager at Romania’s Bad Unicorn, discusses the country’s past and present distribution market  

29/10 | /Romania

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