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688 articles available in total starting from 07/04/2017. Last article published on 13/10/2021.

IDFA Forum announces 62 projects selected for in-person 2021 edition

IDFA Forum announces 62 projects selected for in-person 2021 edition

The co-production and co-financing market will celebrate its 29th edition this year  

13/10 | IDFA 2021 | IDFA for Professionals

Tallinn announces its First Feature Competition line-up, including a heist musical and a psychedelic ego trip

Tallinn announces its First Feature Competition line-up, including a heist musical and a psychedelic ego trip

The selection features ten world premieres and, as stated by the festival, a “surprising number of funerals”  

13/10 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Ernestas Jankauskas, Gabija Siurbytė  • Director of and actress in I Am Fine, Thanks

Interview: Ernestas Jankauskas, Gabija Siurbytė • Director of and actress in I Am Fine, Thanks

“Perfectionism is today’s religion”

We talked to some of the team behind the Lithuanian film, which is based on something that the lead actress has experienced herself  

11/10 | Warsaw 2021

Julia Furer  • Director of Love Will Come Later

Interview: Julia Furer • Director of Love Will Come Later

“When you dig deeper, that’s when it gets interesting”

This documentary takes its director all the way to Morocco as she follows Samir on his quest for love  

06/10 | Zurich 2021

Dennis Stormer, Marisa Meier  • Director and producer of Youth Topia

Interview: Dennis Stormer, Marisa Meier • Director and producer of Youth Topia

“Initially, we said: ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to have an algorithm tell us what to do with our life?’”

We talked to the director and producer behind this year’s Zurich Audience Award winner, in which kids just refuse to grow up  

04/10 | Zurich 2021

Review: The Lost Daughter

Review: The Lost Daughter

Maggie Gyllenhaal tackles one of society’s biggest taboos in her stunning, disturbing directorial debut: mothers who may, or may not, regret having children  

01/10 | Zurich 2021

Jonas Poher Rasmussen  • Director of Flee

Interview: Jonas Poher Rasmussen • Director of Flee

“I didn’t intend to do a refugee story; I wanted to do a story about my friend”

We talked to the Danish director whose latest movie has become one of the year’s most celebrated titles and came out on top at Millennium Docs Against Gravity  

17/09 | Millennium Docs Against Gravity 2021

Zaida Bergroth’s biopic Tove wins big at the Jussi Awards

Zaida Bergroth’s biopic Tove wins big at the Jussi Awards

The Best Documentary Award went to Elina Talvensaari’s Lady Time, with Games People Play and Aalto also noticed  

17/09 | Festivals | Awards | Finland

Teemu Nikki, Jani Pösö and Petri Poikolainen  • Director of, producer of and actor in The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic

Interview: Teemu Nikki, Jani Pösö and Petri Poikolainen • Director of, producer of and actor in The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic

“We didn’t make a film about a handicapped person; we made a film about a person who also happens to be disabled”

VENICE 2021: The Orizzonti Extra entry focuses on a man who would do anything for love – even leave his own apartment  

13/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti Extra

Review: Anatomia

Review: Anatomia

VENICE 2021: Polish helmer Ola Jankowska embraces slow cinema and makes a case for having a selective memory, especially when it comes to past mistakes  

11/09 | Venice 2021 | Giornate degli Autori

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