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REPORT: Arras 2019

Cineuropa is covering the 20th Arras Film Festival live with reviews, interviews and news...

REPORT: Arras 2019

40 articles available in total starting from 23/04/2018. Last article published on 19/11/2019.

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Uta Beria  • Director of Negative Numbers

Interview: Uta Beria • Director of Negative Numbers

"These young people are both guilty and oppressed"

Georgian filmmaker Uta Beria talks to us about his first feature film Negative Numbers, screened in competition at the 20th Arras Film Festival  

19/11 | Arras 2019

Monika Jordan-Mlodzianowska  • Director of The Iron Bridge

Interview: Monika Jordan-Mlodzianowska • Director of The Iron Bridge

"It’s a metaphor for personal relationships"

Polish filmmaker Monika Jordan-Mlodzianowska discusses her feature debut, The Iron Bridge, which was screened in competition at the 20th Arras Film Festival  

19/11 | Arras 2019

Love in the Time of Riot wins the Arras Days

Love in the Time of Riot wins the Arras Days

The project by Georgian helmer Uta Beria has snagged the Arras Film Festival’s main development support grant, while Triumph was also singled out  

18/11 | Arras 2019 | Arras Days/Awards

Review: Negative Numbers

Review: Negative Numbers

Prison, young people, organised crime and rugby all jostle together in the first feature by Uta Beria, who turns to fiction to decipher the ambivalent power of the group and the system in question  

18/11 | Arras 2019

The Father emerges triumphant at Arras

The Father emerges triumphant at Arras

Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov win the Golden Atlas. The Silver Atlas goes to Marko Skop for Let There Be Light and the Audience Award goes to Federico Bondi’s Dafne  

18/11 | Arras 2019 | Awards

Liviu Săndulescu • Director of Cărturan

Interview: Liviu Săndulescu • Director of Cărturan

“Setting this story in the countryside allowed for a good balance between life and death”

Romanian director Liviu Săndulescu tells us about his feature debut, Cărturan, screened in competition at the 20th Arras Film Festival  

15/11 | Arras 2019

Review: Free Country

Review: Free Country

Christian Alvart directs an efficient remake of the Spanish film Marshland, plunging two investigators in the troubled waters of a recently reunified Germany  

15/11 | Arras 2019

Review: Cărturan

Review: Cărturan

Liviu Săndulescu’s feature debut is a captivating meditation on mortality  

14/11 | Arras 2019

Review: Simon’s Got A Gift

Review: Simon’s Got A Gift

Léo Karmann has opted for magical realism and a labyrinth of mirrors, further distorting multiple identities, in a simple yet astonishing first feature film  

14/11 | Arras 2019

Review: Fight Girl

Review: Fight Girl

The Netherlands’ Johan Timmers gives us a likeable film - which won the director the EFA Young Audience Award 2019 - about an angry adolescent who channels her frustrations into kick-boxing  

13/11 | Arras 2019

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