Film Reviews

3408 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 20/02/2019. 699 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

System K by Renaud Barret

08/02/2019

BERLIN 2019: After Benda Bilili!, Renaud Barret signs a fascinating new documentary set in the heart of Kinsasha that follows the lives of outstanding artists and street performers  

Système K

Système K

Flatland by Jenna Cato Bass

08/02/2019

BERLIN 2019: Jenna Bass’s third film, opening the Panorama section, combines western and soap opera to satisfying effect  

Flatland

Flatland

Sea of Shadows by Richard Ladkani

08/02/2019

Vienna-based director Richard Ladkani’s environmental documentary plays like a high-tension drug-cartel thriller  

Sea of Shadows

Sea of Shadows

The Kindness of Strangers by Lone Scherfig

08/02/2019

BERLIN 2019: Those who have longed for Lone Scherfig the auteur should look no further – but should also be a little careful what they wish for  

The Kindness of Strangers

The Kindness of Strangers

Sin fin by César Esteban Alenda, José Esteban Alenda

07/02/2019

Spain's Alenda brothers make the leap from short to feature film with this story of love and time travelling, soon to reach screens outside the country for the first time  

Sin fin

Sin fin

The Last Tree by Shola Amoo

06/02/2019

Shola Amoo’s semi-autobiographical tale essays the growing pains of a young black man in modern Britain  

The Last Tree

The Last Tree

End of Season by Elmar Imanov

06/02/2019

IFFR's Bright Future FIPRESCI Prize-winning film portrays the limits of modernity in contemporary Azerbaijan society through a disturbing family drama  

Ende der Saison

Ende der Saison

Karelia: International with Monument by Andrés Duque

06/02/2019

Andrés Duque takes the viewer to a remote, radiant border region, where the mythological, pure, spontaneous and natural coexist with past and present cruelty  

Carelia: Internacional con monumento

Carelia: Internacional con monumento

Privacy of Wounds by Dalia Al Kury

06/02/2019

Dalia Kury puts three Syrian men in a cell for three days, in the hope that they will reveal truths about their time as political prisoners under the Assad regime  

Privacy of Wounds

Privacy of Wounds

Mating by Lina Maria Mannheimer

05/02/2019

In her new documentary, Lina Maria Mannheimer is keeping up with the millennials  

Parning

Parning