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Kaleem Aftab


430 articles available in total starting from 01/09/2017. Last article published on 27/10/2020.

Aleem Khan • Director of After Love

Interview: Aleem Khan • Director of After Love

"I grew up in a mixed-race family and didn't really know where I fitted into society"

Cineuropa met up with Aleem Khan to talk about his debut feature, After Love, awarded the Cannes label earlier this year  

27/10 | Rome 2020

Review: After Love

Review: After Love

Aleem Khan's excellent debut offers a new perspective on the British Muslim culture clash story  

26/10 | Rome 2020

Cathy Brady • Director of Wildfire

Interview: Cathy Brady • Director of Wildfire

"My intention was not to make a political film"

We sat down with two-time IFTA winner Cathy Brady to find out more about her feature debut, Wildfire  

20/10 | London 2020

Review: Wildfire

Review: Wildfire

Cathy Brady’s drama looks at the transgenerational psychological impact of The Troubles through the tale of two Irish sisters living under a cloud of grief  

19/10 | London 2020

Review: Mangrove

Review: Mangrove

Steve McQueen’s new effort is a stunning depiction of police brutality in Britain, highlighting the problem of institutionalised racism  

08/10 | London 2020

Dea Kulumbegashvili  • Director of Beginning

Interview: Dea Kulumbegashvili • Director of Beginning

“In Georgia, as a woman, you're trained to accept that you don't really matter”

We spoke to Dea Kulumbegashvili about her debut film, Beginning, which swept the board at San Sebastián, winning the Golden Shell, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actress  

28/09 | San Sebastián 2020 | Competition

Ben Sharrock  • Director of Limbo

Interview: Ben Sharrock • Director of Limbo

“I started to question the dehumanising representations of refugees”

Director Ben Sharrock reveals how his second feature, Limbo, became a refugee story told in a deadpan comedic style  

28/09 | San Sebastián 2020 | New Directors

Review: In the Dusk

Review: In the Dusk

Sharunas Bartas competes for San Sebastián's Golden Shell with this tale of a Lithuanian partisan movement set in the winter of 1948  

25/09 | San Sebastián 2020 | Competition

Review: Beginning

Review: Beginning

In her mesmerising Georgia-set debut film, Dea Kulumbegashvili questions the norms of society that have been informed by Abrahamic religions  

25/09 | San Sebastián 2020 | Competition

Series review: We Are Who We Are

Series review: We Are Who We Are

Luca Guadagnino’s eight-part HBO and Sky Italia show, screened at San Sebastián, is a gourmet’s delight, but some dishes disappoint  

25/09 | San Sebastián 2020 | Out of Competition

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