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Kaleem Aftab


430 articles available in total starting from 01/09/2017. Last article published on 27/10/2020.

Sheffield Doc/Fest announces its official selection for 2020

Sheffield Doc/Fest announces its official selection for 2020

The gathering has revealed its line-up of films set to launch digitally in June and in cinemas in the autumn; the 115 movies of all lengths come from 50 countries and represent 49 spoken languages  

08/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2020

Review: Dating Amber

Review: Dating Amber

David Freyne's Irish-set twisted romcom is an endearing mid-90s tale of homosexuals pretending to be straight to fit in  

04/06 | Films | Reviews | Ireland/UK

Martin Scorsese reflects on isolation in his new short film

Martin Scorsese reflects on isolation in his new short film

Martin Scorsese reveals his lockdown anxiety and the fact that he has mostly spent isolation in a single room in a short made for BBC's Lockdown Culture with Mary Beard  

29/05 | Shorts | UK/USA

Review: Krabi, 2562

Review: Krabi, 2562

Ben Rivers and Anocha Suwichakornpong have created a playful scion of filmmaking, tourism and capitalism set against a beautiful Thai backdrop  

28/05 | Films | Reviews | UK/Thailand

Ben Rivers  • Director of Krabi, 2562

Interview: Ben Rivers • Director of Krabi, 2562

“We were interested in trying to make a film about somewhere in flux”

Ben Rivers climbed to the top of a hill from his home in Somerset to talk to Cineuropa about Thailand and Krabi, 2562, which he co-directed with Anocha Suwichakornpong  

27/05 | /UK/Thailand

We Are One: A Global Film Festival announces its line-up

We Are One: A Global Film Festival announces its line-up

Tribeca Enterprises and YouTube have announced the programming slate for We Are One (29 May-7 June), featuring over 100 films from 35 countries, co-curated by 21 prolific festivals  

27/05 | Festivals | Awards | Europe/USA

Review: Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema

Review: Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema

Mark Cousins’ masterful look at the art and craft of constructing a film solely using examples from the work of female directors is a must-see for all movie lovers  

21/05 | Films | Reviews | UK

Review: Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Review: Never Rarely Sometimes Always

The Berlin and Sundance award winner by Eliza Hittman is a loving tale of young female friendship that isn't afraid to tackle big themes  

12/05 | USA/UK

Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novels to be adapted for television

Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novels to be adapted for television

Narrativia, the independent production company launched by Terry Pratchett in 2012, has signed a development deal with Motive Pictures and Endeavor Content to adapt the author’s literary saga  

29/04 | Production | Funding | UK/USA

Review: El Father Plays Himself

Review: El Father Plays Himself

Mo Scarpelli’s third outing shows why employing your father to act in your film may not be the best idea in this tale of estrangement, love and moviemaking  

27/04 | Visions du Réel 2020

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