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Sundance 2023 / World Cinema Dramatic Competition

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10 articles available in total starting from 20/01/2023. Last article published on 24/01/2023.

Review: Girl

Review: Girl

A mother and daughter, two recent African immigrants to Glasgow, take solace in one another amidst domestic and personal instability, in Adura Onashile’s feature debut  

24/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: The Fishbowl

Review: The Fishbowl

Glorimar Marrero Sánchez crafts a raw and painful debut feature about a woman dealing with her cancer diagnosis  

23/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: When It Melts

Review: When It Melts

In her first feature-length directorial effort, Veerle Baetens offers up a very close adaptation of Lise Spit’s novel, exploring the resurgence of our childhood traumas  

23/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Animalia

Review: Animalia

A mysterious alien invasion sends a pregnant bride on a journey through Morocco and into deep soul-searching in Sofia Alaoui's captivating debut feature  

23/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Slow

Review: Slow

Marija Kavtaradze choreographs and X-rays the feeling of love with extreme sensory delicacy under the bark of the extraordinary of a case of asexuality  

23/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Heroic

Review: Heroic

A young indigenous Mexican conscript navigates a treacherous national military academy, in Michel Franco protégé David Zonana’s second feature  

23/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Mamacruz

Review: Mamacruz

Patricia Ortega’s film is a wonderfully tender and bold examination of female sexuality in one’s advancing years  

23/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Veerle Baetens • Director of When it Melts

Interview: Veerle Baetens • Director of When it Melts

"I wanted to try to understand this silence, and to help people understand it too"

The internationally renowned Flemish actress spoke to us about her first feature film, an uncompromising movie about a young woman haunted by her past  

20/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Sofia Alaoui  • Director of Animalia

Interview: Sofia Alaoui • Director of Animalia

“We have stuck Arab cinema in a pigeon-hole: I want to fight against these stereotypes”

We spoke to the Moroccan-French filmmaker about her fantastical feature debut, set in Morocco and raising important questions about faith  

20/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Marija Kavtaradze  • Director of Slow

Interview: Marija Kavtaradze • Director of Slow

“My goal was to tell a love story”

The Lithuanian filmmaker lets the bodies do the talking in her touching romance involving a contemporary dancer and a sign-language interpreter  

20/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

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