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5297 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 07/12/2021. 674 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

The Shadow Hour by Benjamin Martins

30/11/2021

Germany’s Benjamin Martins leaves realism behind and opts for a more instinctive and expressionistic visual style in his new film  

Schattenstunde

Schattenstunde

Nr. 10 by Alex Van Warmerdam

30/11/2021

Dutch director Alex van Warmerdam returns with a characteristically disturbing and unclassifiable film  

Nr. 10

Nr. 10

A Place Called Dignity by Matías Rojas Valencia

30/11/2021

Matías Rojas Valencia goes straight to hell in his Tallinn official competition entry based on a terrifying true story that one would hope was completely made up  

Un lugar llamado Dignidad

Un lugar llamado Dignidad

Other Cannibals by Francesco Sossai

30/11/2021

This year’s First Feature Competition victor is an unnerving tale of an oddly well-adjusted cannibal, by debuting director Francesco Sossai  

Other Cannibals

Other Cannibals

Blind Love by Damien Hauser

30/11/2021

This thrifty, inventive, no-budget debut by young Swiss-Kenyan filmmaker Damien Hauser tackles the subject of disability with both empathy and irreverence  

Pime armastus

Pime armastus

Sandra Gets a Job by Kaupo Kruusiauk

29/11/2021

Part workplace satire, part stiff oddity, Kaupo Kruusiauk’s film won’t be getting a promotion any time soon  

Sandra saab tööd

Sandra saab tööd

The Radio Amateur by Iker Elorrieta

29/11/2021

A young autistic man obsessed with radio engineering tries to find some independence, but crueller forces attempt to impede him, in Spaniard Iker Elorrieta’s sensitive debut  

El radioaficionado

El radioaficionado

Mr. Landsbergis by Sergei Loznitsa

29/11/2021

In his latest, Sergei Loznitsa answers FAQs about Lithuania's break from the Soviet Union, over the course of four bloody hours  

Mr. Landsbergis

Mr. Landsbergis

Jason by Maasja Ooms

29/11/2021

Maasja Ooms's winner of the IDFA Award for Best Dutch Film digs deep into the trauma and then digs its way out  

Jason

Jason

u.Q. by Ivar Murd

29/11/2021

In his newest documentary, Ivar Murd tells the globe-trotting life story of Estonian musician Uku Kuut and his relationship with his mother and creative partner Marju  

u.Q.

u.Q.

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