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Marta Bałaga


379 articles available in total starting from 07/04/2017. Last article published on 29/05/2020.

Eva Husson  • Director

Interview: Eva Husson • Director

“Throughout history, women have always been warriors”

CANNES 2018: Cineuropa met up with Eva Husson, the director of Bang Gang and now also Girls of the Sun, which has screened in Cannes’ Competition  

15/05/2018 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

Review: Happy as Lazzaro

Review: Happy as Lazzaro

CANNES 2018: Alice Rohrwacher is back with an uneven, but wildly interesting, story based on true events that proves she is only just getting warmed up as a storyteller  

14/05/2018 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

Review: Arctic

Review: Arctic

CANNES 2018: In a perfectly decent, if rather pointless, survival drama presented as a Midnight Screening, Mads Mikkelsen plays a man stranded in the Arctic and trying his best to stay alive  

12/05/2018 | Cannes 2018 | Midnight Screenings

Benedikt Erlingsson  • Director

Interview: Benedikt Erlingsson • Director

“I wanted to make a feel-good film about climate change”

CANNES 2018: We talk to Icelandic director Benedikt Erlingsson about Woman at War, presented in the Cannes Critics’ Week  

11/05/2018 | Cannes 2018 | Critics’ Week

Selma Vilhunen finishes editing her new film, Stupid Young Heart

Selma Vilhunen finishes editing her new film, Stupid Young Heart

The acclaimed Finnish director, nominated for an Academy Award for her short Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?, has just wrapped the editing of her much-anticipated second fiction feature  

06/04/2018 | Production | Finland

Biopic about Juice Leskinen, the “Bob Dylan of Finland”, currently filming

Biopic about Juice Leskinen, the “Bob Dylan of Finland”, currently filming

Ragged Life of Juice Leskinen, directed by Teppo Airaksinen, will focus on one of the most prominent Finnish singer-songwriters in history, who passed away in 2006  

04/04/2018 | Production | Finland

Review: The Ancient Woods

Review: The Ancient Woods

In the Vilnius Film Festival’s closing film, Mindaugas Survila trains the spotlight on one of the last remaining ancient forests in Europe  

29/03/2018 | Vilnius 2018

The Vilnius Film Festival celebrates the masters

The Vilnius Film Festival celebrates the masters

During its 23rd edition, the biggest film festival in Lithuania will present an array of critically acclaimed films and welcome such directors as Sean Baker and Amos Gitai  

15/03/2018 | Vilnius 2018

The Finnish Film Foundation awards nearly €6.4 million to new projects

The Finnish Film Foundation awards nearly €6.4 million to new projects

13 feature-length fiction films, 10 documentaries, 8 shorts and a TV series got production support from the Finnish Film Foundation last month  

07/03/2018 | Funding | Finland

Pernille Fischer Christensen  • Director

Interview: Pernille Fischer Christensen • Director

“If it hadn’t been for Pippi, I wouldn’t be a director”

BERLIN 2018: Danish filmmaker Pernille Fischer Christensen talked to Cineuropa about Becoming Astrid, presented in this year’s Berlinale Special  

26/02/2018 | Berlinale 2018 | Berlinale Special

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