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

Review: After-Work Beer

Review: After-Work Beer

German director Ben Brummer presents a mixture of buddy comedy and drama, and his first feature to be released in cinemas  

09/04/2018 | Films | Germany

Review: Bob & Marys

Review: Bob & Marys

Francesco Prisco’s second film is a light-hearted and somewhat rock’n’roll black comedy set in Naples, with Rocco Papaleo and Laura Morante at the helm  

04/04/2018 | Films | Italy

Review: Carnivores

Review: Carnivores

Jérémie and Yannick Renier transform Leïla Bekhti and Zita Hanrot into conflicting sisters, in a cruel tale of love and sibling rivalry  

29/03/2018 | Films | Belgium/France

Review: Back Home

Review: Back Home

Antonio Albanese returns to direct a bittersweet – and occasionally surreal – comedy that sees an exasperated sales assistant from Milan take a street vendor back to Senegal  

29/03/2018 | Films | Italy

Review: Bitter Flowers

Review: Bitter Flowers

Olivier Meys tells the story, both with modesty and without pretence, of the destiny of a young woman who is sucked into the Chinese prostitution industry in Paris  

28/03/2018 | Films | Belgium/France/Switzerland/China

Review: Apparition

Review: Apparition

The existentialist drama is Fernando Vendrell’s first feature in 12 years and is now on general release in Portugal  

27/03/2018 | Films | Portugal

Review: Io c’è

Review: Io c’è

Alessandro Aronadio directs a comedy that plays on the religions, beliefs, myths and superstitions of our times, in Italian cinemas from 29 March  

26/03/2018 | Films | Italy

Review: RocKabul

Review: RocKabul

Australian musician Travis Beard's directorial debut follows the first and last Afghani heavy-metal band in their struggle for freedom of expression  

23/03/2018 | Films | Australia/Norway

Review: The Warning

Review: The Warning

Time paradoxes, violence and emotions rub shoulders in the new thriller by Daniel Calparsoro, starring Raúl Arévalo  

22/03/2018 | Films | Spain

Review: Days of Madness

Review: Days of Madness

Croatian filmmaker Damian Nenadić gives a camera to two mentally-ill individuals so that they can film themselves for his first feature-length documentary  

16/03/2018 | Films | Croatia/Slovenia

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