MML Collective • Directors of Tracking Satyrs

Interview: MML Collective • Directors of Tracking Satyrs

“An atypical film such as ours, questioning freedom and played by social outcasts, does not really fit the profile of industry cinema”

The winners of the Eurimages Lab Project Award at Thessaloniki, MML Collective - Michał Mądracki, Maciej Mądracki and Gilles Lepore - discuss their winning project Tracking Satyrs  

01/12 | Thessaloniki 2020 | Agora

Renzo Martens • Director of White Cube

Interview: Renzo Martens • Director of White Cube

“My goal was not to paint another portrait of how things can not work, but how, despite everything, they possibly can”

We talked to Dutch artist and director Renzo Martens about his film White Cube, which premiered at IDFA  

01/12 | IDFA 2020

[Films en cours] crowns I Comete its champion in Belfort

[Films en cours] crowns I Comete its champion in Belfort

Produced by 5 à 7 Films in league with Lotta Films and sold by Best Friend Forever, Pascal Tagnati’s title walks away with the Entrevues Film Festival’s post-production grant  

01/12 | Industry | Market | France

Viestur Kairish  • Director of The Sign Painter

Interview: Viestur Kairish • Director of The Sign Painter

"How can you survive as a human and not sell your soul"

We met up with Latvian director Viestur Kairish to discuss his latest film The Sign Painter, which screened in Competition at Tallinn's Black Nights Film Festival  

01/12 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Oliver Rihs  • Director of Caged Birds

Interview: Oliver Rihs • Director of Caged Birds

"We tell the story of these two opposite characters and their dream of freedom"

Swiss filmmaker Oliver Rihs talks to us about his latest feature film, Caged Birds, which was screened in Competition at Tallinn's Black Nights Film Festival  

01/12 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Beatrice Fiorentino is named the new General Delegate of the SIC

Beatrice Fiorentino is named the new General Delegate of the SIC

A selector for the International Film Critics’ Week in Venice since 2016, Beatrice Fiorentino is replacing Giona A Nazzaro, who has been asked to head up the Locarno Film Festival  

01/12 | Venice 2021 | International Film Critics’ Week

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