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Black Nights 2022 / Critics’ Picks

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12 articles available in total starting from 07/09/2022. Last article published on 01/12/2022.

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Carol Morley • Director of Typist Artist Pirate King

Interview: Carol Morley • Director of Typist Artist Pirate King

“It was impossible to make an ordinary film about such an extraordinary woman”

British artist Audrey Amiss was recognised only after her death, thanks to filmmaker Carol Morley, who made a movie about her and disclosed some interesting details to Cineuropa  

01/12 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics’ Picks

Nikolaj Nikitin • Head programmer, Critics’ Picks, Tallinn Black Nights

Interview: Nikolaj Nikitin • Head programmer, Critics’ Picks, Tallinn Black Nights

“I believe in focused and high-quality curating with diverse representation”

We caught up with the head programmer of PÖFF’s brand-new strand dedicated to powerful and artistically outstanding works that might otherwise be overlooked  

01/12 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics’ Picks

Marko Šantić • Director of Wake Me

Interview: Marko Šantić • Director of Wake Me

"My lead character’s fate is a sort of metaphor for the revisionism of history in the Balkans, but also in Europe"

The Slovenian director talks about his fourth feature, a film about redemption and the relations between Slovenians and immigrants from other parts of former Yugoslavia.  

30/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics' Picks

Mariana Čengel Solčanská and Hana Lasicová • Director and screenwriter of The Chambermaid

Interview: Mariana Čengel Solčanská and Hana Lasicová • Director and screenwriter of The Chambermaid

"Historical facts are all written by men, women are nonexistent in those history books"

We met the filmmakers after the premiere of their first joint work to learn about their inspiration for the story  

30/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics' Picks

Dito Tsindsadze • Director of Roxy

Interview: Dito Tsindsadze • Director of Roxy

“Correctness and loyalty could be damn immoral”

We spoke to the Georgian filmmaker living in Germany about his amusing comedy which questions in a smart way the rectitude of civil orderliness and today’s values in general  

29/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics' Picks

Review: Suna

Review: Suna

Çiğdem Sezgin’s sensitive drama featuring Turkish singer Nurcan Eren slips into the lonely inner world of a spiritually independent woman who clashes with unshakeable patriarchy  

29/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics’ Picks

Review: The Rise & Fall of Comrade Zylo

Review: The Rise & Fall of Comrade Zylo

Fatmir Koçi’s adaptation of Dritëro Agolli’s novel remains very faithful to the source material, for better or for worse  

29/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics' Picks

Review: Roxy

Review: Roxy

Berlin-based Georgian helmer Dito Tsintsadze comes up with a hilarious crime-comedy that turns the dyed-in-the-wool cultural and political labels concerning East and West on their heads  

25/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics’ Picks

Review: Wake Me

Review: Wake Me

In his efficient fourth feature film, Marko Šantić examines a nationalist thug’s chances at redemption after he suffers memory loss  

23/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics’ Picks

Tallinn Black Nights announces the programme of its first-ever Critics’ Picks

Tallinn Black Nights announces the programme of its first-ever Critics’ Picks

With screenings taking place from 17-25 November, the brand-new strand will showcase 16 films, including ten world and three international premieres  

27/10 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics’ Picks

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