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The Platform - by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia - Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia’s feature film debut is an organic, nightmarish fairy tale which is fairly well-executed, which has claimed multiple awards and which carries a strong socio-political message
The Platform
by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia
Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia’s feature film debut is an organic, nightmarish fairy tale which is fairly well-executed, which has claimed multiple awards and which carries a strong socio-political message
Proxima - by Alice Winocour - France’s Alice Winocour puts her name to an original and very well-executed film on space exploration, painting a portrait of a female astronaut and her daughter
Proxima
by Alice Winocour
France’s Alice Winocour puts her name to an original and very well-executed film on space exploration, painting a portrait of a female astronaut and her daughter
Chronicle of the Stolen Land - by Marie Dault - Having triumphed in the French competition of the Cinéma du réel Festival, Marie Dault’s film plunges us into a Caracas "barrio" whose inhabitants battle for survival and official existence
Chronicle of the Stolen Land
by Marie Dault
Having triumphed in the French competition of the Cinéma du réel Festival, Marie Dault’s film plunges us into a Caracas "barrio" whose inhabitants battle for survival and official existence
We Hold the Line - by Marc Wiese - German director Marc Wiese's thriller-like documentary follows an independent journalist who is under attack by Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte's dictatorship
We Hold the Line
by Marc Wiese
German director Marc Wiese's thriller-like documentary follows an independent journalist who is under attack by Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte's dictatorship
Relativity - by Mariko Minoguchi - The first feature by Germany’s Mariko Minoguchi is an ambitious concept film whose highly restrained script and editing are its greatest strengths
Relativity
by Mariko Minoguchi
The first feature by Germany’s Mariko Minoguchi is an ambitious concept film whose highly restrained script and editing are its greatest strengths
Songs of Repression - by Estephan Wagner, Marianne Hougen-Moraga - The winner of the DOX:Award, helmed by Estephan Wagner and Marianne Hougen-Moraga, is a rare example of a sober, considerate and nuanced treatment of a potentially incendiary subject
Songs of Repression
by Estephan Wagner, Marianne Hougen-Moraga
The winner of the DOX:Award, helmed by Estephan Wagner and Marianne Hougen-Moraga, is a rare example of a sober, considerate and nuanced treatment of a potentially incendiary subject
Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight - by Bartosz M. Kowalski - Dubbed the “first Polish slasher”, Bartosz M Kowalski’s film is an entertaining horror flick wallowing in nostalgia for the movies of the 1980s
Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight
by Bartosz M. Kowalski
Dubbed the “first Polish slasher”, Bartosz M Kowalski’s film is an entertaining horror flick wallowing in nostalgia for the movies of the 1980s
Makongo - by Elvis Sabin Ngaibino - Elvis Sabin Ngaïbino puts his name to an immersive and moving documentary on an unshakeable desire for education against all odds amidst an outsider community
Makongo
by Elvis Sabin Ngaibino
Elvis Sabin Ngaïbino puts his name to an immersive and moving documentary on an unshakeable desire for education against all odds amidst an outsider community
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