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.

Werewolf by Adrian Panek

28/11/2018

Adrian Panek’s new movie, a Polish contender in Black Nights’ Official Selection, is a horrifying but immensely interesting and elegant film  

Wilkolak

Wilkolak

Dissonance by Bernard Declercq

28/11/2018

Bernard Declercq’s second feature-length fiction film is a dark and disconcerting tale about a woman in a fragile state of mind and her domineering husband  

Méprises

Méprises

Moromete Family: On the Edge of Time by Stere Gulea

27/11/2018

Stere Gulea’s sequel to his original 1987 movie has enjoyed the best domestic opening weekend in decades  

Moromeții 2

Moromeții 2

The Border Fence by Nikolaus Geyrhalter

27/11/2018

Exploring the never-erected border fence intended to stop refugees at Brenner Pass, Nikolaus Geyrhalter encounters Tyroleans whose opinions give us hope  

Die bauliche Maßnahme

Die bauliche Maßnahme

Wandering Girl by Rubén Mendoza

27/11/2018

Shown in the Official Selection at Tallinn, Rubén Mendoza’s road movie genuinely feels like a long drive in a sweltering car, which somehow proves to be a rather welcome sensation  

Niña errante

Niña errante

'Now something is slowly changing' by mint film office

27/11/2018

The winner of Best Dutch Documentary at the 31st edition of the IDFA confronts us with Western society’s collective search for meaning  

'Now something is slowly changing'

'Now something is slowly changing'

Rights-of-Man by Juan Rodrigáñez

26/11/2018

Juan Rodrigáñez returns to the cast and format of his debut film with a second cinematographic adventure staked on liberty, improvisation and zany humour  

Derechos del hombre

Derechos del hombre

Giacinto Scelsi. The First Motion of the Immovable by Sebastiano d'Ayala Valva

26/11/2018

The mystical title of Sebastiano d’Ayala Valva’s film is the right fit for its subject, a classical music composer who claimed his music came from Hindu deities  

Giacinto Scelsi. Il primo moto dell'immobile

Giacinto Scelsi. Il primo moto dell'immobile

Los Reyes by Bettina Perut, Iván Osnovikoff

26/11/2018

This unusual documentary by Bettina Perut and Iván Osnovikoff focuses on two dogs in Santiago's oldest skate park  

Los Reyes

Los Reyes

Bad Poems by Gábor Reisz

26/11/2018

The Hungarian filmmaker Gábor Reisz confirms his talent with a playful and engaging interconnecting film that weaves together the past and present  

Rossz versek

Rossz versek