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9 articles available in total starting from 26/01/2022. Last article published on 08/02/2022.

Review: Silver Bird and Rainbow Fish

Review: Silver Bird and Rainbow Fish

Spanning 20 years of Chinese history, Lei Lei’s animated documentary follows the struggles of a family from the county of Ningdu as their lives are torn apart by the system  

08/02 | IFFR 2022 | Tiger Competition

Review: Yamabuki

Review: Yamabuki

Tough lives intersect, and unconvincing plot lines pile up, in Juichiro Yamasaki’s tale of small-town Japanese life  

07/02 | IFFR 2022 | Tiger Competition

Sam de Jong • Director of Met mes

Interview: Sam de Jong • Director of Met mes

“Films lead people to believe they could become a different person, but at the end of the day, we are limited by our genes”

The Dutch director discusses his latest film by emphasising the power and responsibilities of those behind cameras  

04/02 | IFFR 2022 | Tiger Competition

Review: Excess Will Save Us

Review: Excess Will Save Us

Morgane Dziurla-Petit’s semi-documentary feature is an unhappy Valentine’s card to her challenging family and her home town of Villereau in Northern France  

04/02 | IFFR 2022 | Tiger Competition

Félix Dutilloy-Liégeois and Marguerite de Hillerin • Directors of A criança

Interview: Félix Dutilloy-Liégeois and Marguerite de Hillerin • Directors of A criança

“It seems to us that cinema is the most powerful medium to talk about disappearance and loss”

The French directing duo discuss their 16th century-set feature debut, a costume drama with a difference  

03/02 | IFFR 2022 | Tiger Competition

Review: A criança

Review: A criança

Marguerite de Hillerin and Félix Dutilloy-Liégeois deliver a contemporary take on a period drama about the complexity of human emotions  

02/02 | IFFR 2022 | Tiger Competition

Review: Met Mes

Review: Met Mes

Sam de Jong’s new feature is a bizarre cinematic journey about vanity, set in a crazily hallucinatory dimension dominated by oversaturated colours  

01/02 | IFFR 2022 | Tiger Competition

Review: EAMI

Review: EAMI

Paraguayan director Paz Encina creates a haunting parable on the displacement of indigenous groups in the Gran Chaco of South America  

01/02 | IFFR 2022 | Tiger Competition

Morgane Dziurla-Petit • Director of Excess Will Save Us

Interview: Morgane Dziurla-Petit • Director of Excess Will Save Us

“My aim while shooting was to open up to things that would happen around us”

The French director offers an unusual insight into the daily life of a small village in Northern France and, more specifically, that of an extraordinary family  

26/01 | IFFR 2022 | Tiger Competition

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