Film Reviews

3440 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/03/2019. 692 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Heart of Stone by Claire Billet, Olivier Jobard

18/03/2019

The winner of One World Prague's International Competition is a story about a young Afghani refugee in Paris who goes back to his hometown after eight years  

Heart of Stone

Heart of Stone

A Picture with Yuki by Lachezar Avramov

18/03/2019

Lachezar Avramov's first feature, screening in competition at the Sofia International Film Festival, discusses racism, responsibility and guilt  

Snimka S Yuki

Snimka S Yuki

Campo by Tiago Hespanha

18/03/2019

Tiago Hespanha directs a documentary which is fascinating, subtle and quirky, interweaving life on a military base with mythology, nature and science  

Campo

Campo

Pierino by Luca Ferri

15/03/2019

Luca Ferri visited a retired Bergamo film-lover at his home every week for a year and filmed it on VHS while he talked about how he spent his days  

Pierino

Pierino

Zero Impunity by Nicolas Blies, Stéphane Hueber-Blies, Denis Lambert

15/03/2019

Nicolas Blies, Stéphane Hueber-Blies and Denis Lambert’s shocking documentary, screened at Luxembourg City Film Festival, denounces the impunity of perpetrators of sexual abuse in armed conflicts  

Zero Impunity

Zero Impunity

Momenti di trascurabile felicità by Daniele Luchetti

14/03/2019

Daniele Luchetti loosely adapts a couple of short stories by Francesco Piccolo, turning them into a metaphysical comedy, somewhere between heaven and earth, that doesn't quite work  

Momenti di trascurabile felicità

Momenti di trascurabile felicità

Borders, Raindrops by Nikola Mijovic, Vlastimir Sudar

14/03/2019

Nikola Mijović and Vlastimir Sudar’s debut – both of whom were born in former Yugoslavia and now teach film in London – is a call for universal peace and a far cry from traditional Balkan cinema  

Granice kise

Granice kise

California Dreaming by Fabrizio Maltese

14/03/2019

Fabrizio Maltese’s new documentary, screened at Luxembourg City Film Festival, confirms his fascination with desert expanses  

California Dreaming

California Dreaming

Meltem by Basile Doganis

13/03/2019

The Franco-Greek director Basile Doganis explores identity, dual belonging, migrants and mourning in his tragicomic first feature set in Lesbos  

Meltem

Meltem

The Pig by Dragomir Sholev

13/03/2019

Dragomir Sholev's second feature, screening in competition at Sofia, is a relentless exploration of bullying and its consequences  

Praseto

Praseto