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David Katz

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179 articles available in total starting from 11/07/2018. Last article published on 28/06/2022.

Review: No Place for You in Our Town

Review: No Place for You in Our Town

Nikolay Stefanov’s doc is a hard-hitting, yet sometimes tender, look at the racist football hooligans of FC Minyor, located in Pernik, Bulgaria  

28/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

Review: Aurora’s Sunrise

Review: Aurora’s Sunrise

Inna Sahakyan’s animated doc is a heartbreaking tale of survival on two continents and a vivid re-examination of the Armenian genocide  

20/06 | Annecy 2022

The 19th edition of Sofia Meetings announces its award-winning projects

The 19th edition of Sofia Meetings announces its award-winning projects

After the event celebrated its first physical edition in three years, a project from Latvia took home the main award, whilst other prizes went to Israeli-Georgian and Polish-Ukrainian co-pros  

14/06 | Sofia 2022 | Sofia Meetings/Awards

Review: Breaking the Ice

Review: Breaking the Ice

Growing up is hard to do on the professional ice rinks of Vienna, in Clara Stern’s first feature  

13/06 | Tribeca 2022

Review: We Might as Well Be Dead

Review: We Might as Well Be Dead

Natalia Sinelnikova’s debut feature uses an eerie co-op living community to satirise Western European mores  

10/06 | Tribeca 2022

Review: The Devil’s Confession: The Lost Eichmann Tapes

Review: The Devil’s Confession: The Lost Eichmann Tapes

Yariv Mozer’s doc reconsiders the 1961 trial of Adolf Eichmann – known as one of the architects of the Holocaust – in light of an interview he gave whilst hiding in Argentina a few years earlier  

07/06 | Docaviv 2022

Review: Men

Review: Men

CANNES 2022: Alex Garland has seen hell in his latest work, and it turns out to be a quaint English village where every man is Rory Kinnear  

02/06 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Ashkal

Review: Ashkal

CANNES 2022: In Youssef Chebbi’s pensive thriller, mysterious self-immolations abound at a Tunisian housing development associated with the pre-revolutionary regime  

01/06 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Will-o’-the-Wisp

Review: Will-o’-the-Wisp

CANNES 2022: Portuguese filmmaker Joāo Pedro Rodrigues’ latest effort is a queer musical-fantasy about a dying king, set suggestively in the year 2069  

31/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: The Natural History of Destruction

Review: The Natural History of Destruction

CANNES 2022: For his latest archive-derived doc, Sergei Loznitsa focuses his attention on the Allied bombing campaigns on German cities during World War II  

31/05 | Cannes 2022 | Special Screenings

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