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Roberto Oggiano

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33 articles available in total starting from 23/11/2015. Last article published on 31/01/2020.

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Review: Birds (Or How To Be One)

Review: Birds (Or How To Be One)

The new film by Greece’s Babis Makridis is an essay on our desire for freedom based on Aristofane’s comedy The Birds  

31/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Voices

Review: Farewell Paradise

Review: Farewell Paradise

Sonja Wyss’ first feature film is an autobiographical documentary exploring the ambiguity and emotions of a Swiss family  

29/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Voices Limelight

Review: Love Me Not

Review: Love Me Not

The new film by Spanish director Lluís Miñarro – an adaptation of the biblical tale of Salome, set in US-occupied Iraq – was presented in the Signatures section at IFFR  

04/02/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Signatures

Review: God Only Knows

Review: God Only Knows

Dutch director Mijke de Jong’s new feature paints a portrait of a family in crisis, in which the private becomes public and the public becomes private  

01/02/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Signatures

Clara van Gool  • Director of The Beast in the Jungle

Interview: Clara van Gool • Director of The Beast in the Jungle

“You can evoke more passion with a dance move than you can with a dialogue”

We chatted to Dutch director Clara van Gool to get the low-down on her IFFR-screened The Beast in the Jungle, adapted from a Henry James novella  

31/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Limelight

Review: The Beast in the Jungle

Review: The Beast in the Jungle

Clara Van Gool’s new film by is a modern adaptation of a Henry James story, a timeless tale that spans several eras  

29/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Limelight

Iphigenia in Aulis: Migration and tragedy

Iphigenia in Aulis: Migration and tragedy

Tonino De Bernardi returns to International Film Festival Rotterdam with his new film, a reflection on the fate of migrants and the sacrifices they make  

05/02/2018 | IFFR 2018 | Signatures

Nina: A story of love and liberation

Nina: A story of love and liberation

The new film by Olga Chajdas, screened at Rotterdam, is a film that focuses on the emancipation of women in modern Polish society  

02/02/2018 | IFFR 2018 | Voices

Jimmie’s tragic odyssey

Jimmie’s tragic odyssey

In Jesper Ganslandt’s film, which opened the 47th edition of International Film Festival Rotterdam in the Voices section, Northern Europeans are forced to flee  

01/02/2018 | IFFR 2018 | Voices

Insect: Jan Švankmajer’s surreal insects

Insect: Jan Švankmajer’s surreal insects

The new film by Czech master Jan Švankmajer is both inventive and imaginative  

29/01/2018 | IFFR 2018 | Deep Focus Signatures

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