Film Reviews

3258 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 14/12/2018. 631 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

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

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

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

Zen in the Ice Rift by Margherita Ferri

01/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Margherita Ferri’s film about sexual identity, which was developed as part of the Biennale College Cinema programme, fails to explore new territory  

Zen sul ghiaccio sottile

Zen sul ghiaccio sottile

The Zero Theorem by Terry Gilliam

04/09/2013

Christoph Waltz has to demonstrate the meaning of life in Terry Gilliam’s last folly, in competition in Venice...  

The Zero Theorem

The Zero Theorem

Zeta - Il film by Cosimo Alemà

28/04/2016

This is how Cosimo Alemà defines his new film, a vibrant portrayal of the lively Italian hip-hop scene, a mix between a coming-of-age story and a love story. In Italian cinemas today with Koch Media  

Zeta - Il film

Zeta - Il film

Zhaleika by Eliza Petkova

19/02/2016

BERLIN 2016: Eliza Petkova’s debut feature portrays a world stuck in time, where you have to follow the ancient rules or suffer the consequences  

Zhaleika

Zhaleika

Zoe by Ander Duque

27/04/2016

Ander Duque moves from documentary to fiction with a film on the border between the two genres, which was filmed with a minimalist cast but has great dramatic, intimate and social power  

Zoe

Zoe

El zoo by Gemma Blasco

25/11/2018

Newcomer Gemma Blasco delivers a curve ball with this millennial theatrical drama, where moments of truth nestle among an anarchic interplay of reality and fiction  

El zoo

El zoo