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.

Letters to Paul Morrissey by Armand Rovira, Saida Benzal

04/12/2018

Armand Rovira’s odd and playful homage to the titular American filmmaker proves an unexpected delight  

Letters to Paul Morrissey

Letters to Paul Morrissey

A March To Remember by Víctor Cabaco

04/12/2018

First-time director Victor Cabaco recreates a tragic historical episode that took place in Spain in 1976, with support from the audio-visual archives  

Vitoria, 3 de marzo

Vitoria, 3 de marzo

Portugal by Lauri Lagle

04/12/2018

Although sumptuously shot, Lauri Lagle’s feature debut can’t really decide what it wants to be when it grows up  

Portugal

Portugal

Still River by Angelos Frantzis

03/12/2018

Angelos Frantzis’ mystery-drama explores the relationship of a married couple caught in a downward spiral in a small industrial town in Siberia  

Akínito potámi

Akínito potámi

Ahto. Chasing a Dream by Jaanis Valk

03/12/2018

The winner of the Estonian Film Competition at Tallinn is the first feature-length documentary by Jaanis Valk, about a forgotten seafarer who was a star in his day  

Ahto. Unistuste jaht

Ahto. Unistuste jaht

The Wild Fields by Yaroslav Lodygin

30/11/2018

Young Ukrainian filmmaker Yaroslav Lodygin's ambitious first feature is an uneven but impressive adaptation of a famous novel by co-screenwriter Serhiy Zhadan  

Dike pole

Dike pole

Fire Lily by Maria Avdjushko

30/11/2018

This Estonian take on Rosemary’s Baby drifts into silliness, but finds a spirited lead in Ingrid Isotamm  

Tuliliilia

Tuliliilia

Until We Fall by Samanou Acheche Sahlstrøm

30/11/2018

Samanou Acheche Sahlstrøm's second feature is a nuanced, delicate and difficult film that deals with one of the most painful subjects: the loss of a child  

Til vi falder

Til vi falder

Quinqui Stars by Juan Vicente Córdoba

30/11/2018

Juan Vicente Córdoba revisits the Spanish cinematic imagination of the 1970s and 1980s through a set of characters living on the margins of society, with indifferent results  

Quinqui Stars

Quinqui Stars

Slam by Partho Sen-Gupta

29/11/2018

World-premiering in Tallinn’s Official Selection, Partho Sen-Gupta’s movie occasionally wobbles, but the final scene alone is a powerful punch right to the solar plexus  

Slam

Slam