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108 articles available in total starting from 11/07/2018. Last article published on 23/09/2021.

Review: As in Heaven

Review: As in Heaven

An intrepid young woman observes her mother’s difficult labour in this high-intensity drama from debuting Danish director Tea Lindeburg  

23/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | Competition

Review: Blue Moon

Review: Blue Moon

Rising Romanian talent Alina Grigore delivers a fine dramatic exercise that draws a parallel between the moon and lunacy  

23/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | Competition

Review: The Game

Review: The Game

A fresh, and sometimes optimistic take on the global refugee crisis, from debuting Serbian-American filmmaker Ana Lazarevic  

21/09 | Toronto 2021 | Discovery

Review: Anatolian Leopard

Review: Anatolian Leopard

The pride of an Ankara zoo goes missing, but who will take the rap, asks Turkish filmmaker Emre Kayis in his debut feature  

20/09 | Toronto 2021 | Discovery

Review: Anatomy of Time

Review: Anatomy of Time

VENICE 2021: Time is the proverbial flat circle in this woozy drama from Thai filmmaker Jakrawal Nilthamrong  

14/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti

Review: The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic

Review: The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic

VENICE 2021: You may want to see this dark, sweet and humorous film from Finnish genre director Teemu Nikki, in contrast to the views of its DiCaprio-phobic protagonist  

13/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti Extra

Review: Once Upon a Time in Calcutta

Review: Once Upon a Time in Calcutta

VENICE 2021: A cinematic poem to contemporary Kolkata, from Indian directing prodigy Aditya Vikram Sengupta  

13/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti

Review: The Last Duel

Review: The Last Duel

VENICE 2021: Ridley Scott helms another Middle Ages-set epic, this time examining the grave topic of sexual assault among members of the French aristocracy  

13/09 | Venice 2021 | Out of Competition

Jan P Matuszyński  • Director of Leave No Traces

Interview: Jan P Matuszyński • Director of Leave No Traces

“I came up with this concept that maybe I made this film out of fear”

VENICE 2021: A leading light of new Polish cinema, the director talks us through his complex true-life tale of the aftermath of a death in police custody  

11/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Review: Leave No Traces

Review: Leave No Traces

VENICE 2021: Rising Polish filmmaker Jan P Matuszyński is in competition with a sprawling procedural on the 1983 killing of student Grzegorz Przemyk in Warsaw  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

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