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97 articles available in total starting from 22/11/2016. Last article published on 21/09/2021.

Alexa Bakony  • Director of Colors of Tobi

Interview: Alexa Bakony • Director of Colors of Tobi

“I wanted to encourage communication, to find what unites us and not what tears us apart”

The Hungarian director talks about her film centred on a transgender teen and their family  

21/06 | ZagrebDox 2021

Review: Me, We

Review: Me, We

David Clay Diaz’s second feature is a fairly didactic drama about the refugee crisis  

18/06 | Diagonale 2021

Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović’s Murina is set to premiere at Cannes’ Director’s Fortnight

Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović’s Murina is set to premiere at Cannes’ Director’s Fortnight

A Croatian-Slovenian-Brazilian-US co-production, the multi-award-winning filmmaker’s debut feature has been selected for the parallel section of the French festival  

17/06 | Production | Funding | Croatia/Slovenia/Brazil/USA

Review: Betrayed

Review: Betrayed

Eirik Svensson’s Holocaust drama is a competently executed but run-of-the-mill addition to the genre  

19/05 | Belgrade FEST 2021

Review: Deadlock

Review: Deadlock

Vinko Möderndorfer pits two couples against each other, over the course of a rainy night in one apartment, with high stakes at play and an urgent decision needing to be made  

11/05 | Belgrade FEST 2021

Dalibor Matanić • Director of The Dawn

Interview: Dalibor Matanić • Director of The Dawn

“Compassion, love and tolerance remove all the toxins”

We talked to Croatian filmmaker Dalibor Matanić on the occasion of the world premiere of his newest film The Dawn in competition at Tallinn Black Nights  

30/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Review: The Dawn

Review: The Dawn

The approaching apocalypse puts a married couple at risk in Dalibor Matanić’s film, premiering in competition at Tallinn Black Nights  

27/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Review: Sanremo

Review: Sanremo

Miroslav Mandić examines the possibility of romance blossoming in a nursing home, flying in the face of dementia  

24/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Review: As Far as I Know

Review: As Far as I Know

In their debut feature, Nándor Lőrincz and Bálint Nagy examine the influence of a rape and the ensuing trauma on the lives of, and relationship dynamics between, a yuppie couple  

23/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | First Feature Competition

Review: Model Olimpia

Review: Model Olimpia

In his debut feature, Frédéric Hambalek explores a mother’s self-devised form of therapy for her son’s dark sexual fantasies  

18/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | First Feature Competition

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