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158 articles available in total starting from 12/02/2018. Last article published on 02/11/2018.

Petra Szőcs  • Director of Deva

Interview: Petra Szőcs • Director of Deva

“People are too complicated for simple statements”

VENICE 2018: We met up with filmmaker and poet Petra Szőcs to talk about her debut feature, Deva, shown at Venice as part of Biennale College Cinema  

11/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Biennale College Cinema

Review: Emma Peeters

Review: Emma Peeters

VENICE 2018: Writer-director Nicole Palo’s black comedy about a suicidal actress finds life  

11/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Giornate degli Autori

Pierre Schoeller  • Director

Interview: Pierre Schoeller • Director

“The world wasn’t the same after the guillotine”

VENICE 2018: French director Pierre Schoeller talked to Cineuropa about showing the French Revolution from the people’s perspective in One Nation, One King  

11/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Out of Competition

Mikhaël Hers  • Director

Interview: Mikhaël Hers • Director

Amanda is a film about the loss of points of reference”

VENICE 2018: We sat down with writer-director Mikhaël Hers, whose Amanda is the story of a family and relationship that are forever changed by a terrorist attack  

11/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Orizzonti

Review: The Trial

Review: The Trial

VENICE 2018: In his third feature this year, Sergei Loznitsa returns to working with archive material, utilising it as an indirect commentary on political prisoners in Russia  

11/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Out of Competition

Review: The Day I Lost My Shadow

Review: The Day I Lost My Shadow

VENICE 2018: Soudade Kaadan’s magical realist tale set in Syria in 2012 won Best Debut Film at Venice  

11/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Orizzonti

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  

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

Amos Gitai • Director

Interview: Amos Gitai • Director

“The only measure of peace is everyday life”

VENICE 2018: Cineuropa talked to Haifa-born Amos Gitai about his comedy A Tramway in Jerusalem, in which he warmly embraces the city’s diversity  

10/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Out of Competition

Sébastien Marnier • Director

Interview: Sébastien Marnier • Director

"We were convinced that we were making a political film"

VENICE 2018: We interviewed French director Sebastien Marnier about his second feature film, School’s Out, screened in the Sconfini section at Venice Film Festival  

10/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Sconfini

Review: If Life Gives You Lemons

Review: If Life Gives You Lemons

VENICE 2018: Ciro D’Emilio takes an unexpectedly sombre look at the reality of single-parent, working-class families in the poverty-stricken south of Italy  

10/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Orizzonti

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