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364 articles available in total starting from 06/09/2011. Last article published on 05/10/2022.

Baltic Sea Docs explores documentary filmmaking and mental health

Baltic Sea Docs explores documentary filmmaking and mental health

At the recent edition of the Latvian gathering, a panel examined the complex nature of the mental-health needs of documentarians through the prism of the war in Ukraine  

05/10 | Baltic Sea Docs 2022

The short-film industry welcomes the return of Encounters

The short-film industry welcomes the return of Encounters

The UK-based festival, which has just announced its award winners, saw audiences flock back to cinemas  

03/10 | Shorts | UK

Review: Alam

Review: Alam

Firas Khoury’s debut feature is a fiery and engaging exploration of youth, politicisation and forced forgetting  

19/09 | Toronto 2022 | Contemporary World Cinema

The 26th edition of Baltic Sea Docs comes to a close

The 26th edition of Baltic Sea Docs comes to a close

Ukrainian and Finnish projects have received awards after the event returned to a mostly on-site format  

12/09 | Baltic Sea Docs 2022 | Awards

Venice begins unspooling its healthy batch of short films

Venice begins unspooling its healthy batch of short films

VENICE 2022: As the festival gets ready to screen its shorts for audiences within the Orizzonti competition, we preview some of the European titles on offer this year  

07/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

Baltic Sea Docs gets under way

Baltic Sea Docs gets under way

Documentary makers and professionals from the Baltic Sea region are currently converging on the Latvian capital of Riga  

06/09 | Baltic Sea Docs 2022

Review: A Cat Called Dom

Review: A Cat Called Dom

Will Anderson and Ainslie Henderson’s Edinburgh winner is a moving and complex documentary that explores fear and grief through a prism of creative inertia  

30/08 | Films | Reviews | UK

Review: Neon Spring

Review: Neon Spring

A new coming-of-age story from Latvia, directed by Matiss Kaza, breathes some new life into a well-worn genre  

22/08 | Films | Reviews | Latvia

Old faces, new films and fresh talent at Locarno's Pardi di domani

Old faces, new films and fresh talent at Locarno's Pardi di domani

A number of familiar faces return for the fulsome short film selection of this year's edition of the Swiss festival  

10/08 | Locarno 2022

Maciej Jankowski • Director of Fruits and Vegetables

Interview: Maciej Jankowski • Director of Fruits and Vegetables

“Obesity gave us an excuse to explore the destructive power of shame”

The Polish director talks to us about his tender story of a mother and son, screening as part of EFP’s Future Frames  

08/07 | Future Frames 2022

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