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Vladan Petkovic

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1661 articles available in total starting from 06/03/2008. Last article published on 29/03/2024.

Review: Afterwar

Review: Afterwar

BERLINALE 2024: Birgitte Stærmose’s immersive and uncategorisable film, shot over a period of 15 years, was made in close collaboration with its four Kosovar protagonists  

21/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama

Review: Some Rain Must Fall

Review: Some Rain Must Fall

BERLINALE 2024: Qiu Yang's first feature is a cryptic character story that allows for as many interpretations as there are viewers, but the high-quality craft will keep them in their seats  

20/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Encounters

The Georgian Film Institute addresses GNFC controversy at the EFM

The Georgian Film Institute addresses GNFC controversy at the EFM

BERLINALE 2024: Both the government's official Georgian National Film Center and the newly formed, independent Georgian Film Institute are present with separate stands at the market  

19/02 | Berlinale 2024 | EFM

Review: Elbow

Review: Elbow

BERLINALE 2024: Aslı Özarslan's coming-of-age film set in the Berlin immigrant community and Istanbul stands out for its storytelling economy, unusually dark atmosphere, and thematic variety and depth  

19/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Review: Love Lies Bleeding

Review: Love Lies Bleeding

BERLINALE 2024: Rose Glass goes all out in her first US-produced film, a campy combination of crime-thriller and lesbian romance starring Kristen Stewart, Ed Harris and Katy O'Brian  

19/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Berlinale Special

Review: The Wrong Movie

Review: The Wrong Movie

BERLINALE 2024: Keren Cytter's formally experimental and oddly engaging film could be described as a piece of kitchen-sink surrealism or a Beckett drama for the digital age  

18/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Forum

Review: Faruk

Review: Faruk

BERLINALE 2024: Aslı Özge returns to docu-fiction and her native city of Istanbul, creating an engaging, personal story with a strong political and social aspect  

18/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama

Review: Suspended Time

Review: Suspended Time

BERLINALE 2024: A minor entry in Olivier Assayas' filmography is definitely his most autobiographical outing, but is probably among the least engaging  

18/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Competition

Review: Demba

Review: Demba

BERLINALE 2024: Senegalese director Mamadou Dia deals with mental health and the perception of it, with a distinct stylistic approach that works both in the film’s favour and to its detriment  

17/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Encounters

Review: Shahid

Review: Shahid

BERLINALE 2024: Narges Kalhor’s film is imaginative and rebellious, combining myriad art forms and discarding cinematic traditions, but struggles under the weight of its own ambition  

16/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Forum

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