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81 articles available in total starting from 08/02/2019. Last article published on 05/02/2020.

Nini Bull Robsahm • Director of Lake of Death

Interview: Nini Bull Robsahm • Director of Lake of Death

"Lake of Death gave me the opportunity to add a more personal touch"

Norwegian director Nini Bull Robsahm introduces us to Lake of Death, her horror film released in Norway a few days ahead of Halloween. But is this movie a remake?  

31/10/2019

Review: It Takes a Family

Review: It Takes a Family

Susanne Kovács's debut is an immensely accomplished documentary about her family that brings to light the issue of transfer of war trauma through generations  

31/10/2019 | DOK Leipzig 2019

Review: Fanny Lye Deliver'd

Review: Fanny Lye Deliver'd

In the aftermath of the English Civil War, a devout Puritan family shelters a mysterious couple, in British auteur Thomas Clay’s third feature  

14/10/2019 | London 2019

Review: Rare Beasts

Review: Rare Beasts

A twisted relationship provides the ammunition for actress Billie Piper to take patriarchy to task in this audacious debut  

09/10/2019 | London 2019

Nunzia De Stefano • Director of Nevia

Interview: Nunzia De Stefano • Director of Nevia

“It wasn’t easy to talk about myself”

Neapolitan director Nunzia De Stefano tells Cineuropa all about her autobiographically inspired film, Nevia  

02/10/2019

Review: A Thief's Daughter

Review: A Thief's Daughter

Belén Funes ensnares the audience with her raw approach to the daily life of a young mother, forced to grapple with loneliness, her troublesome father and a lack of affection  

27/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | Competition

Belén Funes  • Director of A Thief’s Daughter

Interview: Belén Funes • Director of A Thief’s Daughter

"Making a film is about improvising"

Feature film newcomer Belén Funes battled it out for the Golden Shell in San Sebastián with A Thief’s Daughter, a drama focused on a young mother faced with a serious family conflict  

27/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | Competition

Delphine Lehericey • Director of Beyond the Horizon

Interview: Delphine Lehericey • Director of Beyond the Horizon

“The questions the film poses in 1976 are reminiscent of those still asked by women today”

We met with Delphine Lehericey as she presented her new film, Beyond the Horizon , in a world premiere within the New Directors line-up of the San Sebastián Film Festival  

26/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | New Directors

Review: Beyond the Horizon

Review: Beyond the Horizon

Delphine Lehericey revisits a classic format - the sun-drenched coming-of-age tale - filming heroines wrestling with despair in the dog days of summer  

26/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | New Directors

Daniel Joseph Borgman  • Director of Resin

Interview: Daniel Joseph Borgman • Director of Resin

“Love without the potential for freedom becomes toxic and, ultimately, destructive”

We chatted to New Zealand-born filmmaker Daniel Joseph Borgman about the secluded, broken paradise depicted in his third feature, Resin  

18/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Contemporary World Cinema

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