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Black Nights 2021 / Competition

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22 articles available in total starting from 16/09/2021. Last article published on 30/11/2021.

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Review: The Wait

Review: The Wait

The new film by Finnish director Aku Louhimies is a feminist tale of desire that feels like a foregone conclusion  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Santi Amodeo • Director of The Gentiles

Interview: Santi Amodeo • Director of The Gentiles

"People no longer say “I’m sad;” they save a song on TikTok"

The Spanish filmmaker talks about his latest work, a film revolving around the teenage years and the use of social media  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Review: No. 10

Review: No. 10

Dutch director Alex van Warmerdam returns with a characteristically disturbing and unclassifiable film  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Review: A Place Called Dignity

Review: A Place Called Dignity

Matías Rojas Valencia goes straight to hell in his Tallinn official competition entry based on a terrifying true story that one would hope was completely made up  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Review: A Vanishing Fog

Review: A Vanishing Fog

Augusto Sandino’s film mixes magical realism with psychological-drama elements, with an impending ecological disaster taking place in the background  

29/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Andreas Kleinert • Director of Dear Thomas

Interview: Andreas Kleinert • Director of Dear Thomas

"In East Germany we also had sexy youth in cool clothes, having parties, dancing and living colourful lives"

The German filmmaker talks to us about his declaration of love to writer, poet and rebel Thomas Brasch, which has won the Grand Prix in the Competition of the Black Nights Film Festival  

29/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Kirill Sokolov • Director of No Looking Back

Interview: Kirill Sokolov • Director of No Looking Back

"My goal is to make people feel something by offering them an emotional rollercoaster"

The Russian filmmaker discusses his film, a wildly funny (black) comedy about a women released from prison that boasts a strong social essence  

26/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Wojciech Smarzowski • Director of The Wedding Day

Interview: Wojciech Smarzowski • Director of The Wedding Day

“Sweeping the truth about past crimes under the rug can easily lead to new crimes”

We chatted to the Polish director about his new film and his tendency to tackle difficult events from his country’s history  

26/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Kristijonas Vildziunas • Director of Songs for a Fox

Interview: Kristijonas Vildziunas • Director of Songs for a Fox

"As a civilisation, we’re not dreaming anymore, literally and metaphorically"

The Lithuanian filmmaker talks about his new film, which merges magical fantasy, heart-rending drama and rocky musical with post-soviet realities  

25/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Review: Songs for a Fox

Review: Songs for a Fox

Kristijonas Vildžiūnas’ fifth feature is a melancholic journey into the world of lucid dreaming  

25/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

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