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Kaleem Aftab


414 articles available in total starting from 01/09/2017. Last article published on 22/09/2020.

Review: And Tomorrow The Entire World

Review: And Tomorrow The Entire World

VENICE 2020: Julia von Heinz mines her own past as an anti-fascist activist in this fictional drama asking whether the best way to fight violence is through retaliatory violence  

10/09 | Venice 2020 | Competition

Ana Rocha de Sousa • Director of Listen

Interview: Ana Rocha de Sousa • Director of Listen

"Money doesn't ever substitute love in this life"

VENICE 2020: We talked to Portuguese actress turned director Ana Rocha de Sousa about her film Listen, centred on a struggling couple fighting to retain custody of their deaf daughter  

09/09 | Venice 2020 | Orizzonti

58 films from around the world to screen at BFI London Film Festival

58 films from around the world to screen at BFI London Film Festival

The gathering will open with the European premiere of Steve McQueen’s Mangrove and close with Francis Lee’s Ammonite in a strong year for UK film  

08/09 | London 2020

Review: Zanka Contact

Review: Zanka Contact

VENICE 2020: Ismaël El Iraki’s debut film is a raucous, Casablanca-set tajine western about two lost souls overcoming trauma through love, communication, and rock and roll  

08/09 | Venice 2020 | Orizzonti

Review: Final Account

Review: Final Account

VENICE 2020: Luke Holland spent the decade before his own death capturing testimonies from Germans and Austrians who lived through the Third Reich  

05/09 | Venice 2020 | Out of Competition

Christos Nikou • Director of Apples

Interview: Christos Nikou • Director of Apples

“I always love movies that change the rules of our society a little bit”

VENICE 2020: Director Christos Nikou tells Cineuropa about Apples, the opening film of Venice’s Orizzonti section  

03/09 | Venice 2020 | Orizzonti

Review: Apples

Review: Apples

VENICE 2020: The Orizzonti section has a high standard to maintain as it opens with Christos Nikou’s delightful, deadpan debut  

02/09 | Venice 2020 | Orizzonti

Sarajevo’s CineLink ponders “Imagining a Radically New Way to Curate and Review”

Sarajevo’s CineLink ponders “Imagining a Radically New Way to Curate and Review”

The session, moderated by Pinball London producer Paula Vaccaro, looked at how film programmers and film reviewers are joining forces to support a shift in power  

21/08 | Sarajevo 2020 | CineLink Industry Days

Toronto announces 50 presentations for hybrid festival, with a consistent European presence

Toronto announces 50 presentations for hybrid festival, with a consistent European presence

Co-head Cameron Bailey says the selection “reflects the tumult” of putting a festival on during coronavirus pandemic. Francis Lee, Thomas Vinterberg and François Ozon lead 20-film European presence  

30/07 | Toronto 2020

Series review: I May Destroy You

Series review: I May Destroy You

Michaela Coel writes, directs and stars in this incredible London-set drama series that takes a stunning look at consent and modern-day relationships in the aftermath of a sexual assault  

30/06 | Series | Reviews | UK/USA

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