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Venice 2018 / International Film Critics’ Week

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Review: Still Recording

Review: Still Recording

Saeed Al Batal and Ghiath Ayoub use the Syrian Civil War to show the importance of making films as documentary evidence  

14/09 | Jihlava 2018 | A Testimony on Politics

Ivan Salatić  • Director

Interview: Ivan Salatić • Director

"I got the feeling that people were slowly disappearing"

VENICE 2018: Dubrovnik-born, Montenegro-raised director Ivan Salatić answered some questions about his debut feature, You Have the Night, screening in the International Film Critics' Week  

13/09 | Venice 2018 | International Film Critics’ Week

Review: We’ll Be Young and Beautiful

Review: We’ll Be Young and Beautiful

VENICE 2018: Thirty-year-old Letizia Lamartire, the only female Italian director selected for the festival with a feature film, screened her title at the International Film Critics' Week  

12/09 | Venice 2018 | International Film Critics' Week

Anna Eriksson • Director

Interview: Anna Eriksson • Director

“I dreamt about Marilyn Monroe”

VENICE 2018: We met up with successful Finnish musician Anna Eriksson to discuss her directorial feature debut, M, which premiered in Venice’s International Film Critics’ Week  

10/09 | Venice 2018 | International Film Critics’ Week

Still Recording scoops two awards in Venice's International Film Critics’ Week

Still Recording scoops two awards in Venice's International Film Critics’ Week

VENICE 2018: Blonde Animals by Alexia Walther and Maxime Matray also wins a prize  

08/09 | Venice 2018 | International Film Critics’ Week/Awards

Review: You Have the Night

Review: You Have the Night

In his first feature film, Ivan Salatić gives a feeling of lifelessness and desolation to a space where life is slowly disappearing  

07/09 | Seville 2018 | The New Waves

Review: M

Review: M

VENICE 2018: Shown in Venice's International Film Critics’ Week, Anna Eriksson’s take on Marilyn Monroe swaps movie star glamour for relentless despair  

07/09 | Venice 2018 | International Film Critics’ Week

Andreas Goldstein • Director

Interview: Andreas Goldstein • Director

“While I did see the problems, I am still pro-socialism”

VENICE 2018: German director Andreas Goldstein takes us back to 1989 with Adam & Evelyn, a laconic portrait of the fall of the Berlin Wall  

06/09 | Venice 2018 | International Film Critics’ Week

Maxime Matray, Alexia Walther  • Directors

Interview: Maxime Matray, Alexia Walther • Directors

“It gets a little grotesque”

VENICE 2018: The first feature by Maxime Matray and Alexia Walther, Blonde Animals, presented in Venice's International Film Critics’ Week, shakes up both the audience and Claude Debussy  

05/09 | Venice 2018 | International Film Critics’ Week

Review: Blonde Animals

Review: Blonde Animals

VENICE 2018: Presented in the International Film Critics’ Week, Maxime Matray and Alexia Walther’s movie is an eccentric and surreal adventure with a hidden romantic streak  

04/09 | Venice 2018 | International Film Critics’ Week

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