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14 articles available in total starting from 20/12/2023. Last article published on 15/04/2024.

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Review: Cuckoo

Review: Cuckoo

In Tilman Singer’s eccentric second feature, Hunter Schafer is a mopey teen in a hotel resort of horrors  

15/04 | Films | Reviews | Germany/USA

Agnes Lisa Wegner, Cece Mlay  • Directors of The Empty Grave

Interview: Agnes Lisa Wegner, Cece Mlay • Directors of The Empty Grave

"Our film is balancing between historical trauma and historical responsibility"

BERLINALE 2024: The directors detail their documentary, which portrays the struggle of the Tanzanian families whose ancestors were executed by the German colonial army  

07/03 | Berlinale 2024 | Berlinale Special

Series review: Supersex

Series review: Supersex

Just how much truth is in this series “inspired by” the life of Rocco Siffredi is unclear, but Alessandro Borghi is spectacular as the Italian Stallion  

05/03 | Berlinale 2024 | Berlinale Special

Review: The Empty Grave

Review: The Empty Grave

BERLINALE 2024: Agnes Lisa Wegner and Cece Mlay’s documentary follows Tanzanian families looking to retrieve from western archives the remains of their elders, killed by German colonisers  

01/03 | Berlinale 2024 | Berlinale Special

Review: Made in England: The Films of Powell and Pressburger

Review: Made in England: The Films of Powell and Pressburger

Director David Hinton and narrator Martin Scorsese are in the mood for love, reminiscing about a directorial duo that live rent-free inside of the latter’s head  

01/03 | Dublin 2024

Series review: Dostoyevsky

Series review: Dostoyevsky

BERLINALE 2024: The atmospheric series from the D’Innocenzo Brothers, following a disturbed cop on the trail of a serial killer, pushes the tropes of the detective drama to their darkest limits  

29/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Berlinale Special

Review: Treasure

Review: Treasure

BERLINALE 2024: Julia von Heinz’s post-Holocaust story, set in early-1990s Poland, is a noble yet botched attempt at a family tragicomedy  

27/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Berlinale Special

Fabio and Damiano D'Innocenzo  • Directors of Dostoyevsky

Interview: Fabio and Damiano D'Innocenzo • Directors of Dostoyevsky

“We wanted to talk about a man who has given up on himself, who is in the process of abandonment”

BERLINALE 2024: The Italian siblings discuss their first foray into the series format, a crime story following a rather unusual detective  

27/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Berlinale Special

Review: Shikun

Review: Shikun

BERLINALE 2024: Amos Gitai navigates the intricacies of modern Israeli society through a theatrically staged introspection reimagining Eugene Ionesco’s anti-totalitarian fable Rhinoceros  

27/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Berlinale Special

Review: Love Lies Bleeding

Review: Love Lies Bleeding

BERLINALE 2024: Rose Glass goes all out in her first US-produced film, a campy combination of crime-thriller and lesbian romance starring Kristen Stewart, Ed Harris and Katy O'Brian  

19/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Berlinale Special

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