Film Reviews

7000 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 21/05/2024. 756 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Zagros by Sahim Omar Kalifa

17/10/2017

Sahim Omar Kalifa highlights the conditions experienced by women in Kurdistan in his portrayal of a lost man who migrates for love  

Zagros

Zagros

Zaho Zay by Maéva Ranaïvojaona, Georg Tiller

03/11/2020

French filmmaker Maéva Ranaïvojaona revisits her Madagascan roots and conceives a compact hybrid of documentary elements and stylish, nightmarish fiction  

Zaho Zay

Zaho Zay

Zahorí by Marí Alessandrini

10/08/2021

Marí Alessandrini’s debut feature takes us on a magical journey to the ends of the earth where the noise of the city gives way to introspection in a setting where anything still seems possible  

Zahorí

Zahorí

Zama by Lucrecia Martel

01/09/2017

VENICE 2017: Lucrecia Martel’s new directorial effort is her most baffling and ambitious work to date, tackling Spanish colonial rule in South America in the 18th century  

Zama

Zama

Zamora by Neri Marcorè

03/04/2024

The directorial debut from actor Neri Marcorè is an edifying comedy about a youth from the province who learns to make himself respected (and to play football) in 1960s Milan  

Zamora

Zamora

ZANA by Antoneta Kastrati

09/09/2019

Antoneta Kastrati’s feature debut is an homage to the unseen victims of a war that started 20 years ago but which continues to torment an entire silent generation  

ZANA

ZANA

Zaniki by Gabriel Velázquez

20/11/2018

Gabriel Velázquez’s film is an exploration of oral cultural transmission, portraying the close, respectful, conspiratorial and affectionate relationship between a young boy and his grandfather  

Zaniki

Zaniki

Zanka Contact by Ismaël El Iraki

08/09/2020

VENICE 2020: Ismaël El Iraki’s debut film is a raucous, Casablanca-set tajine western about two lost souls overcoming trauma through love, communication, and rock and roll  

Zanka Contact

Zanka Contact

Zátopek by David Ondříček

23/08/2021

David Ondříček’s picture opens the Karlovy Vary Film Festival but struggles to keep up the pace all the way to the finish line  

Zátopek

Zátopek

Zen for Nothing by Werner Penzel

25/01/2016

Werner Penzel’s film, which will compete for the Audience Award at the Solothurn Film Festival, transports us out of space and time and into the complexities of the present  

Zen for Nothing

Zen for Nothing

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