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

Review: Proxima

Review: Proxima

France’s Alice Winocour puts her name to an original and very well-executed film on space exploration, painting a portrait of a female astronaut and her daughter  

08/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Platform

Review: Nevia

Review: Nevia

VENICE 2019: Nunzia De Stefano’s first work, filmed in a container park on the outskirts of Naples, is striking for the quiet tenacity of its young protagonist  

05/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Orizzonti

Dag Johan Haugerud  • Director of Beware of Children

Interview: Dag Johan Haugerud • Director of Beware of Children

"The spectator is an observer and a participant"

VENICE 2019: Norwegian novelist and director Dag Johan Haugerud talks to us about his new film, Beware of Children, selected in competition in the Giornate degli Autori  

05/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Giornate degli Autori

Review: Psychosia

Review: Psychosia

VENICE 2019: Danish feature debutant Marie Grahtø’s asylum tale is a veritable Lego box full of twisted cinematic paraphernalia  

04/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | International Film Critics’ Week

Katrin Gebbe • Director of Pelican Blood

Interview: Katrin Gebbe • Director of Pelican Blood

“I am interested in people on the fringes of society, and I like to dig deeper into why they ended up like this”

VENICE 2019: We chatted to German writer-director Katrin Gebbe about her second feature, Pelican Blood, which opened the Orizzonti competition  

04/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Orizzonti

Review: Beware of Children

Review: Beware of Children

VENICE 2019: Could Dag Johan Haugerud’s second feature be the best 157-minute Norwegian humanist film ever made?  

04/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Giornate degli Autori

Pietro Marcello  • Director of Martin Eden

Interview: Pietro Marcello • Director of Martin Eden

“I tried to create fiction by drawing from all available resources, while maintaining a part of unpredictability”

VENICE 2019: Italian director Pietro Marcello is in competition with Martin Eden, inspired by Jack London’s famous 1908 novel  

03/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Review: Martin Eden

Review: Martin Eden

VENICE 2019: In his adaptation of Jack London’s masterpiece, Italian director Pietro Marcello efficiently combines fiction and archive material  

03/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Marie Grahtø  • Director of Psychosia

Interview: Marie Grahtø • Director of Psychosia

“Say hello to the past”

VENICE 2019: Cineuropa talked to Copenhagen-based director Marie Grahtø, who is currently showing her feature debut, Psychosia, in the International Film Critics’ Week  

02/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | International Film Critics’ Week

Review: Pelican Blood

Review: Pelican Blood

VENICE 2019: The opening-night film of the Orizzonti section, directed by Katrin Gebbe, unfortunately falls before the final hurdle  

31/08/2019 | Venice 2019 | Orizzonti

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