Film Reviews

3492 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 22/04/2019. 713 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

7 Reasons to Run Away (from Society) by Gerard Quinto, Esteve Soler, David Torras

18/03/2019

Seven short, wild stories, infused with a humour which is by turns black, terrifying and absurd, are gathered together in this film directed by the trio Esteve Soler, Gerard Quinto and David Torras  

7 razones para huir

7 razones para huir

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 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 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