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

Review: When Margaux Meets Margaux

Review: When Margaux Meets Margaux

Sophie Fillières creates layers of realism and fantasy with a playful score in a film starring Sandrine Kiberlain and Agathe Bonitzer  

14/03/2018 | Films | France

Review: Bikini Moon

Review: Bikini Moon

Milcho Manchevski breaks new stylistic and geographical ground with this strangely attractive and accomplished mix of documentary, New York indie and fantasy  

14/03/2018 | Films | Germany/USA/Canada/North Macedonia

Review: Woman’s Name

Review: Woman’s Name

The new film by Marco Tullio Giordana tells the story of a young woman, harassed in the workplace, who chooses to rebel: a theme that is tackled with incredible rigour  

08/03/2018 | Films | Italy

Review: Manuel

Review: Manuel

Documentary filmmaker Dario Albertini creates a very promising fiction debut with a simple yet fair film focusing on social issues  

07/03/2018 | Films | Italy

Review: Offenders

Review: Offenders

Dejan Zečević's eighth film is an arthouse drama-thriller with shades of horror, supported by some marvellous black-and-white cinematography and an electronic score  

06/03/2018 | Films | Serbia

Review: Comic Sans

Review: Comic Sans

Nevio Marasović returns to the island of Vis with his offbeat comedy-drama, which world-premiered at Belgrade FEST  

06/03/2018 | Films | Croatia

Review: Horizons

Review: Horizons

Svetislav Dragomirović’s debut feature is an interesting mixture of melodrama and backwoods noir fuelled by family secrets  

01/03/2018 | Films | Serbia

Review: The Party's Over

Review: The Party's Over

Clémence Boisnard and Zita Hanrot burst on to our screens in Marie Garel Weiss’ debut feature, an energetic and sincere film about friendship and drug addiction  

28/02/2018 | Films | France

Review: Ederlezi Rising

Review: Ederlezi Rising

The English-language sci-fi title by Serbian debutant Lazar Bodroža, starring Stoya, is a high-concept film about a relationship between an astronaut and an android  

26/02/2018 | Films | Serbia

Review: Amor Amor

Review: Amor Amor

Portuguese director Jorge Cramez returns with a loose adaptation of a Corneille play set in modern-day Lisbon  

14/02/2018 | Films | Portugal

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