Film Reviews

3136 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 15/10/2018. 594 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Thou Shalt Not Kill by Cătălin Rotaru, Gabi Virginia Șarga

15/10/2018

Cătălin Rotaru and Gabi Virginia Şarga’s first feature explores one of Romania’s most pressing social issues – the healthcare system  

Să nu ucizi

Să nu ucizi

Curtiz by Tamas Yvan Topolanszky

11/10/2018

Winner of the Grand Prix des Amériques at Montréal, the firstfiction feature film by Tamas Yvan Topolánszky dissects the dilemmas encountered by Michael Curtiz while filming Casablanca  

Curtiz

Curtiz

Cronofobia by Francesco Rizzi

10/10/2018

The first feature film by the Ticino-born director Francesco Rizzi transports viewers into a Swiss Lynchian universe  

Cronofobia

Cronofobia

D is for Division by Davis Simanis

10/10/2018

Davis Simanis’ documentary, which had its Nordic premiere at Reykjavik, explores the relationship between Latvia and Russia, placing the border between the two countries centre stage  

Neklidná hranice

Neklidná hranice

Don't Shoot by Stijn Coninx

10/10/2018

Stijn Coninx revisits a traumatic and unresolved event in contemporary Belgian history: the Brabant Killings  

Niet Schieten

Niet Schieten

Phoenix by Camilla Strøm Henriksen

09/10/2018

Camilla Strøm Henriksen’s debut film, which has just played at Reykjavik, turns the teen coming-of-age drama on its head  

Føniks

Føniks

Walden by Daniel Zimmermann

09/10/2018

The meditative latest film by the Swiss director Daniel Zimmermann hypnotises us in the truest sense of the word, leading us by the hand into the heart of a mysterious forest  

Walden

Walden

Sew the Winter to My Skin by Jahmil X.T. Qubeka

08/10/2018

South African director Jahmil XT Qubeka dissects the language of representation in this largely dialogue-free thriller, co-produced by South Africa and Germany  

Sew the Winter to My Skin

Sew the Winter to My Skin

Kursk by Thomas Vinterberg

05/10/2018

Denmark’s Thomas Vinterberg directs an English-language drama about the sinking of the K-141 submarine, starring a European cast toplined by Matthias Schoenaerts, Léa Seydoux and Colin Firth  

Kursk

Kursk

Nothing to Hide by Fred Cavayé

04/10/2018

Fred Cavayé directs an effective and relevant group comedy, a small dinner between friends turns into a settling of scores when everyone's intimacy is exposed to the light of day  

Le Jeu

Le Jeu