Film Reviews

4250 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 05/06/2020. 663 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Come to Daddy by Ant Timpson

11/05/2020

Chosen to open the 15th edition of the Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Festival before it moved online, Ant Timpson’s directorial debut features one weird family reunion and fun facts about semen  

Come to Daddy

Come to Daddy

The Disqualified by Hamza Ouni

06/05/2020

Tunisian director Hamza Ouni's honest and uncompromising second feature-length documentary won a Special Mention in Visions du Réel's Burning Lights competition  

El Medestansi

El Medestansi

War Note by Roman Liubyi

30/04/2020

In his documentary, screening at this year’s Docudays, Roman Liubyi broadcasts directly from the battlefield  

War Note

War Note

Bad Boy by Patryk Vega

30/04/2020

Polish hitmaker Patryk Vega’s new film, in which football meets mafia thriller, is out on Netflix in Poland just six weeks after its theatrical release  

Napastnik

Napastnik

Kombinat by Gabriel Tejedor

30/04/2020

Gabriel Tejedor’s third feature film takes us by the hand and guides us into deepest Russia, a land still trying to make peace with the past, but which nonetheless dreams of a better future  

Kombinat

Kombinat

Nemesis by Thomas Imbach

30/04/2020

In his new work, Thomas Imbach shows off his chameleon-like ability to move between fiction and the most experimental form of documentary with style and apparent ease  

Nemesis

Nemesis

My Wonderful Wanda by Bettina Oberli

29/04/2020

Bettina Oberli’s dramedy, which has world-premiered at Tribeca, revolves around a Polish woman who goes to Switzerland and disrupts the dynamics of an affluent family  

Wanda, mein Wunder

Wanda, mein Wunder

New Jerusalem by Yarema Malashchuk, Roman Himey

29/04/2020

In their first feature-length documentary, Ukrainian directorial duo Yarema Malashchuk and Roman Himey are losing their religion, one drone at a time  

Zarvanytsia

Zarvanytsia

Their Algeria by Lina Soualem

29/04/2020

Lina Soualem makes a successful directorial debut with an intimate, sensitive and poignant documentary about her grandparents and the identity of Algerians who immigrated to France after the war  

Leur Algérie

Leur Algérie

A Class Story by Valerio Jalongo

28/04/2020

Valerio Jalongo’s documentary follows a professor who meets up with his students from the Roberto Rossellini school after 15 years. A reflexion on teaching, writing and the value of things  

L'acqua, l'insegna la sete - Storia di classe

L'acqua, l'insegna la sete - Storia di classe

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