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162 articles available in total starting from 21/01/2022. Last article published on 16/09/2022.

Juan Diego Botto • Director of On the Fringe

Interview: Juan Diego Botto • Director of On the Fringe

“Your primary obligation when making cinema is not to be boring”

The actor makes his feature-length directorial debut with a social drama starring Penélope Cruz, which premiered at Venice and is now stopping over in San Sebastián  

16/09 | San Sebastián 2022 | Perlak

Review: Kristos, The Last Child

Review: Kristos, The Last Child

VENICE 2022: Giulia Amati’s insightful documentary follows a messianically named tyke who’s the youngest person living on the 30-inhabitant-strong Greek island of Arki  

16/09 | Venice 2022 | Giornate degli Autori

Review: Bread and Salt

Review: Bread and Salt

VENICE 2022: In his brilliant first feature, Damian Kocur inspects violence and the legendary Polish hospitality, but takes it with a huge pinch of salt  

16/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

Review: Trenque Lauquen

Review: Trenque Lauquen

VENICE 2022: Argentinian director Laura Citarella steps up to the festival big leagues with this four-hour tale, following an academic researcher who decides to become a Sherlock Holmes-like gumshoe  

15/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

Review: The Bride

Review: The Bride

VENICE 2022: Sérgio Tréfaut’s short, sharp film follows a female inductee of Daesh, as she awaits her own trial after her husband’s execution  

15/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

Damian Kocur • Director of Bread and Salt

Interview: Damian Kocur • Director of Bread and Salt

“Cinema for me is not recounting events or telling a story; it happens on an emotional level”

VENICE 2022: Cineuropa chatted with the Polish director, whose stellar debut feature explores what violence is and what it means to participate in it  

14/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

Guy Davidi • Director of Innocence

Interview: Guy Davidi • Director of Innocence

“Being a child growing up in Israel is a journey”

VENICE 2022: The director talks to us about his poetic and powerful documentary, about young Israelis who died during compulsory military service  

14/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

Review: Amanda

Review: Amanda

VENICE 2022: Carolina Cavalli’s debut film about an eccentric 25-year-old woman looking for friendship is inspired by independent, American coming-of-age comedy dramas  

14/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti Extra

At the Venice Production Bridge, French experts discuss XR distribution strategies

At the Venice Production Bridge, French experts discuss XR distribution strategies

VENICE 2022: During the talk, it emerged that marketing strategies are playing a much bigger role than in the past, affecting the whole creative process  

14/09 | Venice 2022 | Venice Production Bridge

Laura Citarella • Director of Trenque Lauquen

Interview: Laura Citarella • Director of Trenque Lauquen

“I think that maybe there is not just one reference I used; there is a whole map of books”

VENICE 2022: We spoke to the rising Argentinian filmmaker about her new four-hour-and-ten-minute work, which follows an amateur sleuth’s investigation into a brace of arcane mysteries  

14/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

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