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Marina Richter


31 articles available in total starting from 02/02/2018. Last article published on 05/03/2019.

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Review: Take 5

Review: Take 5

Magnús Jónsson’s directorial debut is a dark comedy about having a passion for film and acting  

05/03/2019 | Films | Reviews

Rita Azevedo Gomes  • Director of The Portuguese Woman

Interview: Rita Azevedo Gomes • Director of The Portuguese Woman

“You can find an equal amount of truth in Dostoyevsky and in some quality contemporary writing”

BERLIN 2019: We caught up with Portugal’s Rita Azevedo Gomes to talk about her interesting casting choices in her fifth fiction feature, The Portuguese Woman  

12/02/2019 | Berlinale 2019 | Forum

The Vienna Film Fund announces its last round of grants for 2018

The Vienna Film Fund announces its last round of grants for 2018

The Austrian support fund has revealed the identity of the recipients of its final production and development grants for this year  

10/12/2018 | Funding | Austria

Henning Gronkowski  • Director of Yung

Interview: Henning Gronkowski • Director of Yung

“Girls have always inspired me more than guys, for many reasons”

We talked to German director Henning Gronkowski about the intricacies of his feature debut, Yung, centring on four female leads revelling in the Berlin party scene  

03/12/2018 | Black Nights 2018 | First Feature Competition

Review: Still River

Review: Still River

Angelos Frantzis’ mystery-drama explores the relationship of a married couple caught in a downward spiral in a small industrial town in Siberia  

03/12/2018 | Black Nights 2018 | Competition

Review: Lorik

Review: Lorik

A mysterious moment of divine intervention transforms an egotistical middle-aged actor into a man with a heart of gold in Alexey Zlobin’s drama  

29/11/2018 | Black Nights 2018 | First Feature Competition

Review: Yung

Review: Yung

First-time director Henning Gronkowski ventures through the Berlin youth scene in a film that neither liberates its characters nor judges their choices  

28/11/2018 | Black Nights 2018 | First Feature Competition

Review: The Portuguese Woman

Review: The Portuguese Woman

Portuguese director Rita Azevedo Gomes has taken on another literary challenge, and the result is a rich, varied and sophisticated feature  

16/11/2018 | Films | Portugal

Eva Sangiorgi  • Director, Viennale

Interview: Eva Sangiorgi • Director, Viennale

“The Viennale has room for different kinds of production values”

As the latest edition of the Viennale gets under way, we chat to its new director, Eva Sangiorgi, to get the low-down on her approach and her background  

25/10/2018 | Viennale 2018

Review: In the Middle of the River

Review: In the Middle of the River

Berlin-based US director Damian John Harper bites deep into the flesh of American society with his second feature, which screened at Munich  

16/07/2018 | Filmfest München 2018

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