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157 articles available in total starting from 15/03/2018. Last article published on 13/10/2021.

Stockholm gets physical for 2021 with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Jane Campion and a spotlight on motherhood

Stockholm gets physical for 2021 with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Jane Campion and a spotlight on motherhood

As Sweden lifts its COVID-19 restrictions, the 32nd edition of the Stockholm Film Festival promises a euphoric celebration of cinema this November  

13/10 | Stockholm 2021

Yvan Attal  • Director of The Accusation

Interview: Yvan Attal • Director of The Accusation

“Today, when you make a movie like this, you have to say clearly… certain things”

VENICE 2021: The French director faced several challenges while adapting Karine Tuil’s rape-case novel Les choses humaines, including a delicate scriptwriting process  

14/09 | Venice 2021 | Out of Competition

Review: Ennio

Review: Ennio

VENICE 2021: Giuseppe Tornatore’s tribute to Morricone is a gargantuan, occasionally exhausting, homage, taking in an exceptional musical journey  

13/09 | Venice 2021 | Out of Competition

Review: The Accusation

Review: The Accusation

VENICE 2021: Yvan Attal’s empathic take on an ambiguous rape case leaves few aspects untouched, with no monsters to be found  

11/09 | Venice 2021 | Out of Competition

Stéphane Brizé  • Director of Another World

Interview: Stéphane Brizé • Director of Another World

“Wow, we thought Brizé would do a left-wing caricature – but he shows some truthful things here!”

VENICE 2021: The French director explains how he writes screenplays with his trusted collaborator Olivier Gorce, plus his organic way of working with Vincent Lindon  

11/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Paolo Sorrentino  • Director of The Hand of God

Interview: Paolo Sorrentino • Director of The Hand of God

“It’s not my fault; this is how Naples looks”

VENICE 2021: The Italian director shares some thoughts on his youthful memoir of Naples and the number of times it’s been compared to Fellini’s Amarcord  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Review: Another World

Review: Another World

VENICE 2021: Vincent Lindon sees huge chunks of foul play in the executive suite as Stéphane Brizé brings his acclaimed “work trilogy” to a first-rate conclusion  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Laurynas Bareisa  • Director of Pilgrims

Interview: Laurynas Bareisa • Director of Pilgrims

“I pick out the crimes from the news stories, then I imagine what happens outside of the violent parts”

VENICE 2021: The Lithuanian helmer discusses the relationship between his debut feature and his previous shorts, as well as visiting some strangely sacred places  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti

Review: Pilgrims

Review: Pilgrims

VENICE 2021: In Laurynas Bareisa's feature debut, layer after layer is unravelled as an odd couple with a shared trauma looks into an unsettling past  

09/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti

Laura Bispuri  • Director of The Peacock's Paradise

Interview: Laura Bispuri • Director of The Peacock's Paradise

“You are all invited to sit down at the table with my family of protagonists”

VENICE 2021: The Italian director breaks down her “difficult third work”, her relationship with actress Alba Rohrwacher and more  

07/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti

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