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101 articles available in total starting from 18/02/2023. Last article published on 12/03/2024.

Viggo Mortensen • Director of The Dead Don’t Hurt

Interview: Viggo Mortensen • Director of The Dead Don’t Hurt

“I wanted to make a film that was like the best classic westerns: shot in a way that seems simple, but isn’t, really”

The Danish-American actor-director discusses his western, starring Vicky Krieps as an independent woman in 1860s Nevada  

12/03 | Luxembourg 2024

Review: The Dead Don’t Hurt

Review: The Dead Don’t Hurt

Viggo Mortensen directs and stars in this lovestruck western alongside a stellar Vicky Krieps  

11/03 | Luxembourg 2024

Review: The End We Start From

Review: The End We Start From

Jodie Comer faces up against climate disaster in Mahalia Belo's adaptation, a film more interested in realism than thrills  

18/01 | Films | Reviews | UK

Ninna Pálmadóttir  • Director of Solitude

Interview: Ninna Pálmadóttir • Director of Solitude

"Friendship is at the heart of the story"

The Icelandic filmmaker discusses her debut feature film, written by Rúnar Rúnarsson and centred on the unexpected friendship between an elderly man uprooted to the city and a lonely boy  

14/11/2023 | Arras 2023

Katalin Moldovai • Director of Without Air

Interview: Katalin Moldovai • Director of Without Air

"One of the main topics of the film is freedom of expression and the oppression that some may face"

The young Hungarian filmmaker born in Romania discusses her debut feature, a very subtle film about a teacher progressively ostracised  

13/11/2023 | Arras 2023

Mladen Djordjević  • Director of Working Class Goes to Hell

Interview: Mladen Djordjević • Director of Working Class Goes to Hell

“I wanted to depict the never-ending cycle of violence and harassment”

The Serbian director discusses his aesthetics, the difficulty of filming certain types of scenes, as well as his view of society and how his films reflect it  

06/11/2023 | Black Nights 2023

Review: Together 99

Review: Together 99

Lukas Moodysson’s sequel to his 2000 hit is little more than a nostalgic, somewhat reactionary update on protagonists whom viewers are expected to remember perfectly  

30/10/2023 | Films | Reviews | Sweden/Denmark

Review: A Happy Day

Review: A Happy Day

The third feature by Norwegian director of Kurdish descent Hisham Zaman is full of snow, love and empathy  

27/10/2023 | Films | Reviews | Norway/Denmark

Review: Walls

Review: Walls

Actress Kasia Smutniak's directorial debut is a journey into her memory and a diary of the days spent searching for the wall between Poland and Belarus that prevents migrants from entering  

19/10/2023 | Roma 2023

Review: Les Indésirables

Review: Les Indésirables

With his new restless and chaotic film, Ladj Ly continues to tell the story of the Paris banlieue between political corruption and latent tensions that result in conflict  

19/10/2023 | London 2023

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