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Marta Bałaga

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734 articles available in total starting from 07/04/2017. Last article published on 28/01/2022.

Review: Piggy

Review: Piggy

Carlota Martínez Pereda dabbles in Carrie mythos, delivering the kind of film that will put you off Spanish holidays for life  

28/01 | Sundance 2022 | Midnight

Review: The Cow Who Sang a Song into the Future

Review: The Cow Who Sang a Song into the Future

Ecology meets biker ghosts meets dairy farms in Francisca Alegría's film that's pleasantly wacky until it runs out of gas  

28/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: The Mission

Review: The Mission

Young Mormons head to Finland in Tania Anderson’s doc, intent on following Cinderella’s mother’s advice at all costs: “Have courage and be kind”  

27/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: Calendar Girls

Review: Calendar Girls

Maria Loohufvud and Love Martinsen’s good-natured Swedish documentary feels way too familiar, and not just because of that title  

26/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Hanna Bergholm • Director of Hatching

Interview: Hanna Bergholm • Director of Hatching

“I wanted people to start liking this creature”

In her new work, the Finnish director addresses every girl’s biggest fears – and a weird creature hiding in the closet is not the worst of them  

26/01 | Sundance 2022 | Midnight

Review: You Won’t Be Alone

Review: You Won’t Be Alone

In Goran Stolevski’s atmospheric, yet a tad too Terrence Malick-y, feature debut, witches really are everywhere  

26/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Review: Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Emma Thompson bares all in one of the most affecting performances of her entire career, playing an unsatisfied widow in Sophie Hyde’s film  

25/01 | Sundance 2022 | Premieres

Christian Tafdrup • Director of Speak No Evil

Interview: Christian Tafdrup • Director of Speak No Evil

“The ambition was to make the most disturbing film in Danish history”

In the Danish director’s new film, there is such a thing as being too polite for your own good  

25/01 | Sundance 2022 | Midnight

Review: Hatching

Review: Hatching

Leave it to Hanna Bergholm’s Finnish oddity to announce there is another Birdman in town  

24/01 | Sundance 2022 | Midnight

Review: Nothing Compares

Review: Nothing Compares

Kathryn Ferguson’s functional, if hardly revelatory, documentary pretty much repeats what you already know about Sinéad O’Connor  

24/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

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