Film Reviews

2942 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 20/07/2018. 589 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Delta by Oleksandr Techynskyi

19/07/2018

Ukrainian filmmaker Oleksandr Techynskyi's latest movie is naturalistic documentary at its best, with the titular Danube region as the main protagonist  

Delʹta

Delʹta

Home Games by Alisa Kovalenko

19/07/2018

Alisa Kovalenko’s new film, shown in the European Documentary Competition section of Odesa, focuses on a promising female football player who faces her biggest struggles off the field  

Home Games

Home Games

Paul Sanchez Is Back! by Patricia Mazuy

18/07/2018

Patricia Mazuy and the suggestive power of the news. A film with hints of social realism, the detective and western genres and some offbeat comedy  

Paul Sanchez est revenu !

Paul Sanchez est revenu !

Year of the Monkey by Vladimir Blazevski

17/07/2018

Vladimir Blaževski offers a fundamentally humanistic, touching and colourful film about the escapades of a runaway chimpanzee and his friends across Macedonia  

Godina na majmunot

Godina na majmunot

Lost & Found by Liam O Mochain

17/07/2018

Liam O Mochain's third feature, based on a number of true stories, explores the bizarre world of a lost-and-found office at an Irish train station  

Lost & Found

Lost & Found

Aleksi by Barbara Vekaric

17/07/2018

Croatia’s Barbara Vekarić tries to express the voice of the millennials in her debut feature, screening in the national competition at Pula  

Aleksi

Aleksi

The Belly of the Whale by Morgan Bushe

16/07/2018

Morgan Bushe’s debut feature, which echoes the best American indie films, is certainly promising and lays the foundations for his directorial career  

The Belly of the Whale

The Belly of the Whale

In the Middle of the River by Damian John Harper

16/07/2018

Berlin-based US director Damian John Harper bites deep into the flesh of American society with his second feature, which screened at Munich  

In the Middle of the River

In the Middle of the River

Second Time Around by Dora García

13/07/2018

Spanish director Dora Garcia creates an exciting conceptual documentary open to interpretation amidst the backdrop of the Argentinian dictatorship  

Segunda vez

Segunda vez

Dark Buildings (A Crack in the Wall) by Nicolás Gil Lavedra

13/07/2018

Nicolás Gil Lavedra skilfully lures his audience in with both suspense and surprise in this co-production starring Argentinian and Spanish actors  

Las grietas de Jara

Las grietas de Jara