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841 articles available in total starting from 31/05/2002. Last article published on 27/12/2018.

Review: The Freshmen

Review: The Freshmen

Thomas Lilti directs a fresh and intelligent new comedy about the outrageous medical degree selection process, through the portrait of a friendship  

12/09/2018 | Films | France

Review: En las estrellas

Review: En las estrellas

Zoe Berriatúa maintains his daring approach with his new film, a fascinating and unclassifiable fable that oozes his passionate, blind love for cinema  

31/08/2018 | Films | Spain

Review: A Fortunate Man

Review: A Fortunate Man

Bille August, the director of Pelle the Conqueror, nails another Danish classic  

30/08/2018 | Films | Denmark

Review: The Pact

Review: The Pact

The eagerly awaited feature debut by David Victori is a suspense-drenched psychological thriller that starts off with a promising kick but falls flat towards the end  

17/08/2018 | Films | Spain

Review: Down a Dark Hall

Review: Down a Dark Hall

Rodrigo Cortés delivers a somewhat bothersome adaptation of the Lois Duncan novel of the same name, starring cult American actress Uma Thurman  

02/08/2018 | Films | Spain/USA

Review: The End?

Review: The End?

Set for the most part in an office lift, Daniele Misischia’s first work envisions an apocalyptic Rome where a deadly virus transforms humans into the blood-thirsty undead  

30/07/2018 | Films | Italy

Review: Paul Sanchez Is Back!

Review: Paul Sanchez Is Back!

Patricia Mazuy and the suggestive power of the news. A film with hints of social realism, the detective and western genres and some offbeat comedy  

18/07/2018 | Films | France/Belgium

Review: Lost & Found

Review: Lost & Found

Liam O Mochain's third feature, based on a number of true stories, explores the bizarre world of a lost-and-found office at an Irish train station  

17/07/2018 | Films | Ireland

Review: The Belly of the Whale

Review: The Belly of the Whale

Morgan Bushe’s debut feature, which echoes the best American indie films, is certainly promising and lays the foundations for his directorial career  

16/07/2018 | Films | Ireland/UK/Croatia/Slovenia

Review: Dark Buildings

Review: Dark Buildings

Nicolás Gil Lavedra skilfully lures his audience in with both suspense and surprise in this co-production starring Argentinian and Spanish actors  

13/07/2018 | Films | Argentina/Spain

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