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Atlas - by Niccolò Castelli - Niccolò Castelli’s new feature film speaks of the difficulties involved in piecing a deeply traumatised character back together
Atlas
by Niccolò Castelli
Niccolò Castelli’s new feature film speaks of the difficulties involved in piecing a deeply traumatised character back together
Ladies of the Wood - by Claus Drexel - Claus Drexel signs his name to a sociological, humanist and intimate documentary which lends a voice to the transsexual sex workers of Paris’s Bois de Boulogne
Ladies of the Wood
by Claus Drexel
Claus Drexel signs his name to a sociological, humanist and intimate documentary which lends a voice to the transsexual sex workers of Paris’s Bois de Boulogne
Of Fish and Men - by Stefanie Klemm - Stefanie Klemm’s first feature film is a sensitive and poetic portrayal of the torments suffered by two characters struggling to come to terms with a crushing tragedy
Of Fish and Men
by Stefanie Klemm
Stefanie Klemm’s first feature film is a sensitive and poetic portrayal of the torments suffered by two characters struggling to come to terms with a crushing tragedy
The Truffle Hunters - by Michael Dweck, Gregory Kershaw - In their glorious documentary, Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw advise us to leave the gun, take the fungus
The Truffle Hunters
by Michael Dweck, Gregory Kershaw
In their glorious documentary, Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw advise us to leave the gun, take the fungus
Downstream to Kinshasa - by Dieudo Hamadi - Dieudo Hamadi follows skilfully and respectfully in the footsteps of a group of survivors devastated by war and demanding reparations, in a documentary awarded the Cannes 2020 Official Selection Label
Downstream to Kinshasa
by Dieudo Hamadi
Dieudo Hamadi follows skilfully and respectfully in the footsteps of a group of survivors devastated by war and demanding reparations, in a documentary awarded the Cannes 2020 Official Selection Label
Radiograph of a Family - by Firouzeh Khosrovani - Firouzeh Khosrovani wins the IDFA Award for the Best Feature-length Documentary with a superb personal essay about our divided world
Radiograph of a Family
by Firouzeh Khosrovani
Firouzeh Khosrovani wins the IDFA Award for the Best Feature-length Documentary with a superb personal essay about our divided world
The Jump - by Giedre Zickyte - Giedrė Žickytė’s documentary centres on the moving story of the Kudirka incident, known for several years as the US Coast Guard’s “Day of Shame”
The Jump
by Giedre Zickyte
Giedrė Žickytė’s documentary centres on the moving story of the Kudirka incident, known for several years as the US Coast Guard’s “Day of Shame”
The State of Texas v. Melissa - by Sabrina Van Tassel - With care and great skill, French-American documentary-maker Sabrina Van Tassel lifts the veil on the miscarriage of justice which led Melissa Lucio to be placed on Texas’ death row
The State of Texas v. Melissa
by Sabrina Van Tassel
With care and great skill, French-American documentary-maker Sabrina Van Tassel lifts the veil on the miscarriage of justice which led Melissa Lucio to be placed on Texas’ death row
Grzegorz Molda’s feature debut, The Hatcher, in the editing bay

Grzegorz Molda’s feature debut, The Hatcher, in the editing bay

The movie comes on the heels of the Polish director’s short Time to Go, which competed for the Cannes Short Film Palme d’Or in 2017  

22/01 | Production | Funding | Poland

Ángeles Hernández and David Matamoros • Directors of Isaac

Interview: Ángeles Hernández and David Matamoros • Directors of Isaac

“Everything that happens in the film we have experienced ourselves”

We chatted to producers Ángeles Hernández and David Matamoros, who made their feature-length directorial debut with Isaac, a character drama that’s now touring the festival circuit  

22/01 | /Spain

Up-and-coming young directors selected for Angers’ Premiers Plans Film Festival move to an online showcase

Up-and-coming young directors selected for Angers’ Premiers Plans Film Festival move to an online showcase

The 33rd edition of the Anjou festival will unspool online from 25 to 31 January, notably offering up a competition of nine feature films, which will be assessed by a jury helmed by Pierre Salvadori  

22/01 | Festivals | Awards | France

Review: Of Fish and Men

Review: Of Fish and Men

Stefanie Klemm’s first feature film is a sensitive and poetic portrayal of the torments suffered by two characters struggling to come to terms with a crushing tragedy  

22/01 | Solothurn 2021

When East Meets West launches its Digital World

When East Meets West launches its Digital World

Part industry event and part variety show, this year’s digital edition of the co-production market promises a playful and immersive experience  

22/01 | Trieste 2021 | WEMW

Victor Bojinov in post-production with his second feature, Chamla

Victor Bojinov in post-production with his second feature, Chamla

The contemporary drama follows a young drug addict facing a tough decision  

22/01 | Production | Funding | Bulgaria

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Film Reviews

Love Affair(s) - by Emmanuel Mouret - CANNES 2020: Emmanuel Mouret trials and skilfully succeeds at a new recipe for decrypting the complexity of the love choices we make, a very subtle exploration awarded the Official Selection Label
Love Affair(s)
by Emmanuel Mouret
CANNES 2020: Emmanuel Mouret trials and skilfully succeeds at a new recipe for decrypting the complexity of the love choices we make, a very subtle exploration awarded the Official Selection Label
Broken Law - by Paddy Slattery - Paddy Slattery's debut feature is an excellent, entertaining flick that organically combines action, comedy, drama and romance
Broken Law
by Paddy Slattery
Paddy Slattery's debut feature is an excellent, entertaining flick that organically combines action, comedy, drama and romance
Alive - by Michael Siebert - This theatre-style drama by German director Michael Siebert follows the final days of two terminally ill lovers
Alive
by Michael Siebert
This theatre-style drama by German director Michael Siebert follows the final days of two terminally ill lovers
My Donkey, My Lover & I - by Caroline Vignal - Laure Calamy and Patrick the donkey steal the show in Caroline Vignal's funny and original comedy, a work awarded the Cannes Official Selection Label and which is soon to hit cinemas in France
My Donkey, My Lover & I
by Caroline Vignal
Laure Calamy and Patrick the donkey steal the show in Caroline Vignal's funny and original comedy, a work awarded the Cannes Official Selection Label and which is soon to hit cinemas in France
Quo Vadis, Aïda? - by Jasmila Zbanic - VENICE 2020: There is no time to catch one’s breath in Jasmila Žbanić’s powerful film, closing in on a teacher-turned-translator for the UN in Srebrenica trying to find her way
Quo Vadis, Aïda?
by Jasmila Zbanic
VENICE 2020: There is no time to catch one’s breath in Jasmila Žbanić’s powerful film, closing in on a teacher-turned-translator for the UN in Srebrenica trying to find her way
Two of Us - by Filippo Meneghetti - Filippo Meneghetti comes onto the scene with a very clever and finely tuned first feature film, excellently acted by Barbara Sukowa and Martine Chevallier
Two of Us
by Filippo Meneghetti
Filippo Meneghetti comes onto the scene with a very clever and finely tuned first feature film, excellently acted by Barbara Sukowa and Martine Chevallier
Another Round - by Thomas Vinterberg - Thomas Vinterberg finds his funny bone again with an excellent concept movie in which getting drunk is a cure-all
Another Round
by Thomas Vinterberg
Thomas Vinterberg finds his funny bone again with an excellent concept movie in which getting drunk is a cure-all
Notturno - by Gianfranco Rosi - VENICE 2020: The most meticulous of cinematic artists, Gianfranco Rosi, takes an intricate, compassionate and poetic look at daily life along the Middle Eastern front line
Notturno
by Gianfranco Rosi
VENICE 2020: The most meticulous of cinematic artists, Gianfranco Rosi, takes an intricate, compassionate and poetic look at daily life along the Middle Eastern front line
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