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Black Nights 2020 / Competition


11 articles available in total starting from 24/09/2020. Last article published on 24/11/2020.

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Review: Sanremo

Review: Sanremo

Miroslav Mandić examines the possibility of romance blossoming in a nursing home, flying in the face of dementia  

24/11 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Review: The Sign Painter

Review: The Sign Painter

Viesturs Kairiss shows that you can paint over history all you want, but it will always be there  

23/11 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Review: Erna at War

Review: Erna at War

Henrik Ruben Genz's movie is a tale of courage and maternal love starring Trine Dyrholm in the lead role  

23/11 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Review: Beasts

Review: Beasts

Recipient of a 2020 Cannes label and carried by excellent performances, Naël Marandin’s accomplished second feature is a story of domination among the economic challenges of animal farming  

20/11 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Review: Caged Birds

Review: Caged Birds

Joel Basman and Marie Leuenberger prove an exciting pair who inject most welcome energy into Oliver Rihs’ latest film  

18/11 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Miroslav Mandić • Director of Sanremo

Interview: Miroslav Mandić • Director of Sanremo

“I have lost the desire for certainty”

We talked to Miroslav Mandić, the director of Sanremo, which is celebrating its world premiere at Tallinn's Black Nights Film Festival  

17/11 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

The Official Selection of the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival is now complete

The Official Selection of the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival is now complete

Mika Kaurismäki, Dalibor Matanić and veteran director Peeter Simm will compete for Tallinn's main awards during the festival's hybrid 24th edition  

23/10 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Review: Baby

Review: Baby

Juanma Bajo Ulloa continues to prove that he is clearly not an accommodating filmmaker with this daring, macabre tale completely devoid of dialogue, which you will either love to bits or detest  

15/10 | Sitges 2020

Review: Fear

Review: Fear

In his fourth feature, following the successful Losers, Ivaylo Hristov looks at the refugee issue in Europe with fresh eyes  

30/09 | Golden Rose 2020

Review: In the Dusk

Review: In the Dusk

Sharunas Bartas competes for San Sebastián's Golden Shell with this tale of a Lithuanian partisan movement set in the winter of 1948  

25/09 | San Sebastián 2020 | Competition

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