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Jan Lumholdt

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172 articles available in total starting from 15/03/2018. Last article published on 15/04/2022.

Review: Citizen Rosi

Review: Citizen Rosi

VENICE 2019: Didi Gnocchi and Carolina Rosi have teamed up to make a personal, passionate, at times dense, but multifaceted documentary on an exceptional Italian filmmaker  

10/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Out of Competition

Review: The Burnt Orange Heresy

Review: The Burnt Orange Heresy

VENICE 2019: A nicely twisted little mystery does not quite 98 minutes make  

10/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Out of Competition

Review: Waiting for the Barbarians

Review: Waiting for the Barbarians

VENICE 2019: Ciro Guerra’s adaptation of JM Coetzee’s colonial tale benefits from a handsome look and a fine main performance  

09/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Carolina Rosi and Didi Gnocchi  • Directors of Citizen Rosi

Interview: Carolina Rosi and Didi Gnocchi • Directors of Citizen Rosi

“My father was convinced that a film was something that could improve society”

VENICE 2019: Didi Gnocchi and Carolina Rosi took a moment to discuss their personal documentary on director Francesco Rosi, Citizen Rosi  

06/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Out of Competition

Václav Marhoul • Director of The Painted Bird

Interview: Václav Marhoul • Director of The Painted Bird

“During these 11 years, I’ve had the best producer in the world: Václav Marhoul”

VENICE 2019: We chatted to Czech director Václav Marhoul about his gutsy and divisive competition entry, The Painted Bird  

06/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Roy Andersson  • Director of About Endlessness

Interview: Roy Andersson • Director of About Endlessness

“My agenda is having the audience wishing the film would never end – I feel I’ve almost succeeded”

VENICE 2019: We sat down with Sweden’s Roy Andersson to discuss his latest musing on existence, About Endlessness, screening in competition  

05/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Review: Psychosia

Review: Psychosia

VENICE 2019: Danish feature debutant Marie Grahtø’s asylum tale is a veritable Lego box full of twisted cinematic paraphernalia  

04/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | International Film Critics’ Week

Review: The Painted Bird

Review: The Painted Bird

VENICE 2019: Václav Marhoul's audaciously arty account of a suffering World War II boy walks a constant fine line between the sublime and the ridiculous  

04/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Review: Beware of Children

Review: Beware of Children

VENICE 2019: Could Dag Johan Haugerud’s second feature be the best 157-minute Norwegian humanist film ever made?  

04/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Giornate degli Autori

Guro Bruusgaard  • Director of HIM

Interview: Guro Bruusgaard • Director of HIM

“We tell our stories and we greenlight ourselves, whether the film institute is on board or not”

We spoke to director Guro Bruusgaard about HIM, the winner of the Eurimages Lab Project Award in Haugesund last week  

27/08/2019 | Haugesund 2019 | New Nordic Films

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