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329 articles available in total starting from 11/07/2018. Last article published on 19/02/2024.

Oppenheimer sweeps the BAFTAs, with Poor Things and The Zone of Interest close behind

Oppenheimer sweeps the BAFTAs, with Poor Things and The Zone of Interest close behind

Christopher Nolan’s epic biographical drama has taken home seven awards, finding favour in both above-the-line and technical categories  

19/02 | BAFTA 2024

Review: Intercepted

Review: Intercepted

BERLINALE 2024: Phone calls of Russian soldiers on the Ukrainian frontlines to their loved ones back home unveil shocking depravity, and much more, in Oksana Karpovych’s documentary  

17/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Forum

Review: Last Swim

Review: Last Swim

BERLINALE 2024: A gaggle of London school leavers contend with the first day of the rest of their lives, in Sasha Nathwani’s solid debut  

17/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Ten films we’re looking forward to at the 2024 Berlinale

Ten films we’re looking forward to at the 2024 Berlinale

This anticipated edition of the festival sees new work from established auteurs like Olivier Assayas and Mati Diop, whilst Adam Sandler, Kristen Stewart and Renate Reinsve will light up the red carpet  

13/02 | Berlinale 2024

Barbara Rupik • Director of Cherub

Interview: Barbara Rupik • Director of Cherub

“I’m interested in eyewitness stories: the spirituality of the storytellers and their genuine belief in all the supernatural elements”

The up-and-coming Polish animator delves into her Eurimages-awarded first feature, which focuses on an angelic being who roams our world  

12/02 | IFFR 2024 | IFFR Pro

Lilian Hess • Director of Duchampiana

Interview: Lilian Hess • Director of Duchampiana

“Immersive media offer a really interesting opportunity to involve the body in the story”

The German artist and filmmaker explains her immersive project inspired by a Marcel Duchamp masterpiece, now awarded by Eurimages  

05/02 | IFFR 2024 | IFFR Pro

Review: Grey Bees

Review: Grey Bees

Dmytro Moiseiev directs an intense and lightly surreal adaptation of Andrey Kurkov’s novel, about a beekeeper caught between the frontlines of the Donbas war  

02/02 | IFFR 2024 | Tiger Competition

Review: Under a Blue Sun

Review: Under a Blue Sun

In Daniel Mann’s essay documentary, the shooting of Rambo III in Israel’s Negev desert is shown as a camouflage for land dispossession  

01/02 | IFFR 2024 | Tiger Competition

Review: After the Long Rains

Review: After the Long Rains

Damien Hauser, just 21 years young, presents his third feature to date, a vibrant coming-of-age tale on leaving and returning home  

31/01 | IFFR 2024 | Harbour

Review: Swimming Home

Review: Swimming Home

Modern dance, unexpected nudity and the trials of the privileged are all on display in Justin Anderson’s adaptation of Deborah Levy’s novel  

30/01 | IFFR 2024 | Tiger Competition

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