Film Reviews

2983 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 16/08/2018. 589 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

My Home, in Libya by Martina Melilli

06/08/2018

LOCARNO 2018: Martina Melilli is the daughter of Italian citizens who fled Libya following Gaddafi's coup in 1969; her film tackles family memories and current issues  

My Home, in Libya

My Home, in Libya

Ray & Liz by Richard Billingham

06/08/2018

LOCARNO 2018: Award-winning photographer Richard Billingham’s autobiographical first film gives an overpowering sense of how a bad relationship can create misery  

Ray & Liz

Ray & Liz

Menocchio by Alberto Fasulo

06/08/2018

LOCARNO 2018: Friulian director Alberto Fasulo presents his second fiction film in international competition at Locarno  

Menocchio

Menocchio

Islander by Stéphane Goël

06/08/2018

LOCARNO 2018: Stéphane Goël, a founding member of Lausanne collective Climage, unveils his latest feature out of competition at the Locarno Film Festival  

Insulaire

Insulaire

Sibel by Guillaume Giovanetti, Çağla Zencirci

03/08/2018

LOCARNO 2018: Çağla Zencirci and Guillaume Giovanetti are presenting their third feature, a poignant portrait of the titular free-spirited and uncompromising woman, in the International Competition  

Sibel

Sibel

Breath of Life by David Roux

03/08/2018

LOCARNO 2018: For his first film, screened in the majestic Piazza Grande of the Locarno Film Festival, David Roux has called on the talents of superb actors Marthe Keller and Jérémie Renier  

L’Ordre des médecins

L’Ordre des médecins

The Apollo of Gaza by Nicolas Wadimoff

03/08/2018

LOCARNO 2018: The latest poetic documentary by Nicolas Wadimoff has opened the Critics’ Week at the Locarno Film Festival  

L'Apollon de Gaza

L'Apollon de Gaza

Down a Dark Hall by Rodrigo Cortés

02/08/2018

Rodrigo Cortés delivers a somewhat bothersome adaptation of the Lois Duncan novel of the same name, starring cult American actress Uma Thurman  

Down a Dark Hall

Down a Dark Hall

The End? by Daniele Misischia

30/07/2018

Set for the most part in an office lift, Daniele Misischia’s first work envisions an apocalyptic Rome where a deadly virus transforms humans into the blood-thirsty undead  

The End? L'inferno fuori

The End? L'inferno fuori

Mali by Antonio Nuic

24/07/2018

Antonio Nuić is at the top of his game with this socially relevant, slow-burning and well-constructed crime-drama, which came out on top at Pula  

Mali

Mali