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Black Nights 2018

Review: A Shelter Among the Clouds

Review: A Shelter Among the Clouds

Albanian filmmaker Robert Budina's second feature has a beautiful message, but it's hindered by an overly direct delivery and excessive exposition  

07/12 | Black Nights 2018 | Competition

Adrian Panek  • Director of Werewolf

Interview: Adrian Panek • Director of Werewolf

“Horror has always been part of our culture, but now it’s on a different scale”

We chatted to Polish director Adrian Panek about the making of his movie Werewolf, which won two awards at Tallinn Black Nights  

05/12 | Black Nights 2018 | Competition

Robert Budina • Director of A Shelter Among The Clouds

Interview: Robert Budina • Director of A Shelter Among The Clouds

"It's not religion that divides people, but our different interests that use it"

Albanian director Robert Budina discusses his second feature, A Shelter Among The Clouds, world-premiered in the Official Selection at Black Nights  

05/12 | Black Nights 2018 | Competition

Awards Ceremony, Black Nights Film Festival 2018

Awards Ceremony, Black Nights Film Festival 2018

Event

The winners of the awards of the 22nd Black Nights Film Festival talk to us during the ceremony held on 1 December in Tallinn  

05/12 | Black Nights 2018

Review: Letters to Paul Morrissey

Review: Letters to Paul Morrissey

Armand Rovira’s odd and playful homage to the titular American filmmaker proves an unexpected delight  

04/12 | Black Nights 2018 | Rebels With a Cause

Review: A March to Remember

Review: A March to Remember

First-time director Victor Cabaco recreates a tragic historical episode that took place in Spain in 1976, with support from the audio-visual archives  

04/12 | Black Nights 2018 | First Feature Competition

Review: Portugal

Review: Portugal

Although sumptuously shot, Lauri Lagle’s feature debut can’t really decide what it wants to be when it grows up  

04/12 | Black Nights 2018 | Estonian Film Competition

Henning Gronkowski  • Director of Yung

Interview: Henning Gronkowski • Director of Yung

“Girls have always inspired me more than guys, for many reasons”

We talked to German director Henning Gronkowski about the intricacies of his feature debut, Yung, centring on four female leads revelling in the Berlin party scene  

03/12 | Black Nights 2018 | First Feature Competition

Review: Still River

Review: Still River

Angelos Frantzis’ mystery-drama explores the relationship of a married couple caught in a downward spiral in a small industrial town in Siberia  

03/12 | Black Nights 2018 | Competition

Review: Ahto. Chasing a Dream

Review: Ahto. Chasing a Dream

The winner of the Estonian Film Competition at Tallinn is the first feature-length documentary by Jaanis Valk, about a forgotten seafarer who was a star in his day  

03/12 | Black Nights 2018 | Estonian Film Competition