Film Reviews

3149 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 23/10/2018. 589 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

There is a Light by Fabio Mollo

09/03/2017

Fabio Mollo’s second film is an emotional on-the-road movie that ponders the future, fatherhood, and borders in and against nature. Starring Luca Marinelli and Isabella Ragonese  

Il Padre d'Italia

Il Padre d'Italia

Daguerrotype by Kiyoshi Kurosawa

08/03/2017

Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s new film, made with an entirely French team, is another ghost story, another variation on his preferred themes  

Le Secret de la chambre noire

Le Secret de la chambre noire

Mare nostro by Andrea Gadaleta Caldarola

07/03/2017

Italian director Andrea Gadaleta Caldarola returns to his hometown, tracing out the social and economic ecosystem of the place, suspended between tradition and transformations in time  

Mare nostro

Mare nostro

The Nature of Things by Laura Viezzoli

06/03/2017

Italian director Laura Viezzoli films her encounter with Angelo Santagostino, completely immobile, who manages to communicate only through the use of an eye-tracking device and a PC  

La natura delle cose

La natura delle cose

Loop by Isti Madarász

03/03/2017

The debut feature by Hungarian director Isti Madarász, which was unveiled in competition at Fantasporto, plunges us into the suspense of a time loop  

Hurok

Hurok

Omicidio all'Italiana by Maccio Capatonda

02/03/2017

Maccio Capatonda brings us his second film, in which he makes light of an unhealthy interest in crime stories and the spectacularization of pain. In Italian cinemas from 2 March with Medusa  

Omicidio all'Italiana

Omicidio all'Italiana

My First Highway by Kevin Meul

01/03/2017

Belgian filmmaker Kevin Meul takes on a typical social drama scenario where a young man’s world caves in after he commits an irreversible act  

My First Highway

My First Highway

Istanbul Red by Ferzan Ozpetek

01/03/2017

The 11th film by the director of Facing Window and Loose Cannons is a personal journey towards his own roots, with a touch of the thriller genre. In Italian theatres from 2 March with 01  

Istanbul Kirmizisi

Istanbul Kirmizisi

Loving Pia by Daniel Joseph Borgman

28/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Daniel Joseph Borgman's second feature film is a docu-fiction hybrid starring a real woman and inventing a love story for her  

At elske Pia

At elske Pia

When the Day Had No Name by Teona Strugar Mitevska

27/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Teona Strugar Mitevska's fourth feature is her most accomplished and rewarding film to date  

When the Day Had No Name

When the Day Had No Name