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Gonzalo Suárez


69 articles available in total starting from 24/09/2010. Last article published on 01/12/2017.

The Seagull: The vast expanse of Turkey

The Seagull: The vast expanse of Turkey

Turkish director Erkan Tunç makes his feature debut with a worthy play on genre, set on a traditional rural farm  

01/12/2017 | Black Nights 2017 | First Features Competition

Different Kinds of Rain: A (locked) room of one’s own

Different Kinds of Rain: A (locked) room of one’s own

In her feature-length fiction debut, which has world-premiered at Tallinn Black Nights, Isa Prahl confronts a well-off family with its own impotence  

29/11/2017 | Black Nights 2017 | First Features Competition

Something Useful: Appearances can be deceptive

Something Useful: Appearances can be deceptive

The destinies of two women cross unexpectedly on a night train in the third feature film by Pelin Esmer, presented in competition at Black Nights in Tallinn  

28/11/2017 | Black Nights 2017 | Competition

Vacuum: HIV in the home

Vacuum: HIV in the home

Christine Repond is back with an intimate drama starring the fantastic Barbara Auer, who one day finds out she is HIV-positive  

27/11/2017 | Black Nights 2017 | Competition

Driver: Tales that certainly won't put you to sleep

Driver: Tales that certainly won't put you to sleep

The Tallinn Black Nights Festival Debut Film Competition opens with the world premiere of Israeli director Yehonatan Indursky's debut feature film  

24/11/2017 | Black Nights 2017 | First Features Competition

Four Days in France, a tour de France in four days

Four Days in France, a tour de France in four days

VENICE 2016: The debut fictional feature by Jérôme Reybaud, which was presented in Critics’ Week, is a road movie full of casual encounters following the trail left by Grindr  

13/09/2016 | Venice 2016 | International Critics’ Week

The artist’s muse takes centre stage in Never Ever

The artist’s muse takes centre stage in Never Ever

VENICE 2016: French director Benoît Jacquot returns to Venice with his latest full-length feature, adapted for the big screen from a novella by Don DeLillo by its own star, Julia Roy  

10/09/2016 | Venecia 2016 | Out of Competition

Paradise turns our thoughts once again to the Holocaust

Paradise turns our thoughts once again to the Holocaust

VENICE 2016: Andrei Konchalovski returns to Venice in another bid for the Golden Lion, with this impressive film that ravels an entirely fictional story into the form of a documentary  

09/09/2016 | Venice 2016 | Competition

Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey, a prayer to Mother Nature

Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey, a prayer to Mother Nature

VENICE 2016: Terrence Malick risks repeating himself as he elaborates on the musings for which The Tree of Life laid the foundations, in a beautiful, but overly controlled, documentary  

07/09/2016 | Venice 2016 | Competition

Amat Escalante lets rip with The Untamed

Amat Escalante lets rip with The Untamed

VENICE 2016: The Mexican director astonishes and delights audiences in competition at Venice as he blends his usual realism and starkness with fantasy and horror elements  

06/09/2016 | Venice 2016 | Competition

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