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Kaleem Aftab


428 articles available in total starting from 01/09/2017. Last article published on 20/10/2020.

Ziad Doueiri  • Director

Interview: Ziad Doueiri • Director

The Insult is about inner conflict, it's not about the outside conflict”

VENICE 2017: Cineuropa caught up with Lebanese writer-director Ziad Doueiri, whose fourth feature, The Insult, is playing in competition on the Lido  

06/09/2017

Samuel Maoz  • Director

Interview: Samuel Maoz • Director

“The foxtrot is the dance of a man with his fate”

VENICE 2017: Cineuropa spoke to Israeli director Samuel Maoz about the origins and themes of his new effort, Foxtrot  

06/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

Victoria & Abdul: The rage of the British Raj

Victoria & Abdul: The rage of the British Raj

VENICE 2017: British director Stephen Frears’ latest comedy, starring Judi Dench as a grumpy and uncouth Queen Victoria, is playing out of competition at Venice  

04/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Out of competition

Foxtrot: Square dances in round holes

Foxtrot: Square dances in round holes

VENICE 2017: Samuel Maoz’s new movie tells three stories preoccupied with young Israeli conscripts, the Holocaust and the country’s uneasy relationship with its neighbours  

03/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

Lean on Pete: Beating a dead horse

Lean on Pete: Beating a dead horse

VENICE 2017: British director Andrew Haigh's latest is an adaptation of a novel by singer and author Willy Vlautin and something of a departure from his previous work  

02/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

The Insult: “You talkin’ to me?!”

The Insult: “You talkin’ to me?!”

VENICE 2017: Ziad Doueiri's fourth film is particularly strong when recounting the lack of working rights of refugees in Lebanon and showing that historic communal trauma is a universal phenomenon  

01/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

Review: Zama

Review: Zama

VENICE 2017: Lucrecia Martel’s new directorial effort is her most baffling and ambitious work to date, tackling Spanish colonial rule in South America in the 18th century  

01/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Out of competition

Human Flow: Images to shame the world

Human Flow: Images to shame the world

VENICE 2017: Artist Ai Weiwei is in the Venice competition with this documentary shot in 2015 and 2016, uncovering the growing crisis of displaced people across the globe  

01/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

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