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682 articles available in total starting from 07/04/2017. Last article published on 17/09/2021.

Jonas Poher Rasmussen  • Director of Flee

Interview: Jonas Poher Rasmussen • Director of Flee

“I didn’t intend to do a refugee story; I wanted to do a story about my friend”

We talked to the Danish director whose latest movie has become one of the year’s most celebrated titles and came out on top at Millennium Docs Against Gravity  

17/09 | Millennium Docs Against Gravity 2021

Zaida Bergroth’s biopic Tove wins big at the Jussi Awards

Zaida Bergroth’s biopic Tove wins big at the Jussi Awards

The Best Documentary Award went to Elina Talvensaari’s Lady Time, with Games People Play and Aalto also noticed  

17/09 | Festivals | Awards | Finland

Teemu Nikki, Jani Pösö and Petri Poikolainen  • Director of, producer of and actor in The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic

Interview: Teemu Nikki, Jani Pösö and Petri Poikolainen • Director of, producer of and actor in The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic

“We didn’t make a film about a handicapped person; we made a film about a person who also happens to be disabled”

VENICE 2021: The Orizzonti Extra entry focuses on a man who would do anything for love – even leave his own apartment  

13/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti Extra

Review: Anatomia

Review: Anatomia

VENICE 2021: Polish helmer Ola Jankowska embraces slow cinema and makes a case for having a selective memory, especially when it comes to past mistakes  

11/09 | Venice 2021 | Giornate degli Autori

Luca Rea  • Director of Django & Django

Interview: Luca Rea • Director of Django & Django

“Corbucci wasn’t really considered an artist or an auteur. But that’s what he was and it’s evident in his westerns”

VENICE 2021: The Italian documentary celebrates the man behind the iconic pairing of Franco Nero and a coffin  

09/09 | Venice 2021 | Out of Competition

Review: Reflection

Review: Reflection

VENICE 2021: In his main competition entry, Valentyn Vasyanovych doesn’t just look at the ongoing war; he stares  

08/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Valentyn Vasyanovych  • Director of Reflection

Interview: Valentyn Vasyanovych • Director of Reflection

“Inhuman torture takes place not somewhere far away, but right here in Europe”

VENICE 2021: There is no looking away in this, the latest take on the ongoing war in Ukraine, which comes on the heels of Atlantis  

07/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Review: Sundown

Review: Sundown

VENICE 2021: Michel Franco returns to the Lido with a seventh feature that feels more like an unfinished sketch  

05/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Review: Last Night in Soho

Review: Last Night in Soho

VENICE 2021: Something is rotten in the state of Soho, argues Edgar Wright in his delightful folly  

05/09 | Venice 2021 | Out of Competition

Review: Official Competition

Review: Official Competition

VENICE 2021: Argentina’s Gastón Duprat and Mariano Cohn rip the industry a new one in their satire that’s as on point as it is hilarious  

05/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

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