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32 articles available in total starting from 14/10/2005. Last article published on 30/07/2020.

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Jean-Charles Hue  • Director of Tijuana Bible

Interview: Jean-Charles Hue • Director of Tijuana Bible

"The true necessity is to show these small miracles of love that can erupt from something terrifying"

French director Jean-Charles Hue tells us about the genesis of his new cinematic oddity, the English-language feature Tijuana Bible  

30/07 | /France/Mexico

Review: Tijuana Bible

Review: Tijuana Bible

France's Jean-Charles Hue tackles degeneration and redemption in the slums of the Mexican border town in his shocking, nigh-on documentary-like fiction film, starring a startling Paul Anderson  

29/07 | Films | Reviews | France/Mexico

Berlinale Co-Production Market International Co-Production Case Study: Siberia II

Berlinale Co-Production Market International Co-Production Case Study: Siberia II

Industry Panel

BERLINALE 2020: A closer look at European-Latin American co-production Siberia, directed by Abel Ferrara, centre of a case study at the Berlinale Co-Production Market  

08/03 | Berlinale 2020 | EFM

Berlinale Co-Production Market International Co-Production Case Study: Siberia I

Berlinale Co-Production Market International Co-Production Case Study: Siberia I

Industry Panel

BERLINALE 2020: A closer look at European-Latin American co-production Siberia, directed by Abel Ferrara, centre of a case study at the Berlinale Co-Production Market  

08/03 | Berlinale 2020 | EFM

Review: Siberia

Review: Siberia

BERLINALE 2020: After Tommaso, Abel Ferrara is back with another self-reflective piece, a collection of Freudian nightmares and silliness that is a fun ride as long as you don't take it seriously  

25/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Competition

Willem Dafoe is Abel Ferrara’s protagonist once again in Siberia

Willem Dafoe is Abel Ferrara’s protagonist once again in Siberia

Following his role in Tommaso, the actor is once again playing the US director’s alter-ego as Ferrara returns to compete in the Berlin Film Festival 25 years after The Addiction  

04/02 | Production | Funding | Italy/Germany/Mexico

Review: Vivos

Review: Vivos

European-based Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei finds systemic corruption in the case of missing Mexican students  

04/02 | Sundance 2020 | Documentary Premieres

Review: Lonely Rock

Review: Lonely Rock

The feature debut by Argentina’s Alejandro Telémaco Tarraf is an ethnographic fiction about the physical and supernatural odyssey of an Andean shepherd devoted to Mother Earth  

31/01 | IFFR 2020 | Tiger Competition

Review: Identifying Features

Review: Identifying Features

The first feature film by Mexico’s Fernanda Valadez is a very well-directed road movie, following a mother in search of her missing son who disappeared en route to the US  

24/01 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Juliana Fanjul  • Director of Silence radio

Interview: Juliana Fanjul • Director of Silence radio

“You have to go deep to find this unique gaze which sets you apart as an auteur”

At the Zurich Film Festival, Cineuropa had a chat with Juliana Fanjul, director of Silence radio, about Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui  

04/10/2019 | Zurich 2019

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