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849 articles available in total starting from 07/04/2017. Last article published on 04/10/2022.

Laura Kaehr • Director of Becoming Giulia

Interview: Laura Kaehr • Director of Becoming Giulia

"Dance was the language I grew up with"

The director of the documentary on Giulia Tonelli, prima ballerina at the Zurich Opera, doesn’t need words to talk to her audience  

04/10 | Zurich 2022

Christian Lollike • Director of The Cake Dynasty

Interview: Christian Lollike • Director of The Cake Dynasty

“It’s good to get a chance to laugh and cry at the same time”

While discussing his new film about a cake factory facing ruin, the Danish director talks laughter, tears and everything in between  

03/10 | Zurich 2022

Ahmed Yassin Al Daradji • Director of Hanging Gardens

Interview: Ahmed Yassin Al Daradji • Director of Hanging Gardens

“I think the new generation will accept this film; the radicals will be upset”

VENICE 2022: Inspired by De Sica’s Bicycle Thieves, the Iraqi director takes a look at his “unbalanced” home country  

14/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti Extra

Review: The Matchmaker

Review: The Matchmaker

VENICE 2022: There is a lot of talking going on in this documentary, but Benedetta Argentieri still doesn’t say much  

12/09 | Venice 2022 | Out of Competition

Andrea Pallaoro • Director of Monica

Interview: Andrea Pallaoro • Director of Monica

“This is a story about a woman who returns home”

VENICE 2022: With the help of thesps Trace Lysette and Patricia Clarkson, the Italian director delves deep into the theme of forgiveness  

10/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Alice Diop • Director of Saint-Omer

Interview: Alice Diop • Director of Saint-Omer

“This is a film based on words. But with so many words, you need silences, too”

VENICE 2022: The French filmmaker delivers a stunner of a movie and a real punch to the heart with her latest effort  

10/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Isabella Carbonell • Director of Dogborn

Interview: Isabella Carbonell • Director of Dogborn

“I never wanted this film to be just a traumatic experience for a select few”

VENICE 2022: The Stockholm-based director balances light and darkness in her engaging story of despair, hatred and submission  

07/09 | Venice 2022 | International Film Critics’ Week

Review: The Eternal Daughter

Review: The Eternal Daughter

VENICE 2022: Joanna Hogg returns with a double helping of Tilda Swinton and a ghost story that’s on the dull side  

07/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Review: The Banshees of Inisherin

Review: The Banshees of Inisherin

VENICE 2022: A life-long friendship goes horribly wrong in Martin McDonagh’s touching film, once again starring the beautiful pairing of Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson  

05/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Review: Blanquita

Review: Blanquita

VENICE 2022: It’s a dark, dark world in Fernando Guzzoni’s well-executed title. And it feels worryingly familiar  

05/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

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