Sharunas Bartas • Director of In the Dusk

Interview: Sharunas Bartas • Director of In the Dusk

“This partisan movement is a very important story for the memory of our nation”

Cineuropa met up with Sharunas Bartas at San Sebastián to talk about In the Dusk, Soviet history, family, resistance and why having the correct breed of sheep is necessary for period authenticity  

23/09 | San Sebastián 2020 | Competition

The Antalya Film Forum goes digital and announces its selection

The Antalya Film Forum goes digital and announces its selection

The industry platform of the 57th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival will host 29 projects across five different sections  

23/09 | Antalya 2020 | Antalya Film Forum

French works boast a strong presence at the Namur Film Festival

French works boast a strong presence at the Namur Film Festival

The 25th edition of the International French-Language Film Festival will unspool from 2-9 October, graced by a fine selection of titles bearing the Cannes 2020 label  

23/09 | Namur 2020

Review: Last Days of Spring

Review: Last Days of Spring

Isabel Lamberti’s first full-length film is a dexterous reconstruction of a true story brought to life by the original protagonists: a family living in Madrid’s shanty town, La Cañada Real  

23/09 | San Sebastián 2020 | New Directors

Maria Pirkkalainen • Head, Finnish Film Affair and Nordic Flair

Interview: Maria Pirkkalainen • Head, Finnish Film Affair and Nordic Flair

“Some hybrid form of the Finnish Film Affair will certainly continue in the future, as it does bring opportunities”

We had a chat with Maria Pirkkalainen, head of the Finnish Film Affair and Nordic Flair, to explore what’s new in the local industry and to find out about some of the key topics up for discussion  

23/09 | /Finland

Isabel Lamberti  • Director of Last Days of Spring

Interview: Isabel Lamberti • Director of Last Days of Spring

“That’s my way of finding my roots — through film”

We caught up with Isabel Lamberti to talk about her first full-length feature, Last Days of Spring, which centres on a group of people living in a shanty town in Madrid  

23/09 | San Sebastián 2020 | New Directors

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Appearances - by Marc Fitoussi - Marc Fitoussi strips the social varnish of expatriates’ circles in a film with a hidden bottom that reveals a thriller hidden under a comedy of manners and offers another great role to Karin Viard
Appearances
by Marc Fitoussi
Marc Fitoussi strips the social varnish of expatriates’ circles in a film with a hidden bottom that reveals a thriller hidden under a comedy of manners and offers another great role to Karin Viard
Just Like A Woman - by Amro Hamzawi - Headlining a film for the very first time, Nora Hamzawi seizes the opportunity to impose her own unique style in an offbeat sociological comedy directed by her brother Amro
Just Like A Woman
by Amro Hamzawi
Headlining a film for the very first time, Nora Hamzawi seizes the opportunity to impose her own unique style in an offbeat sociological comedy directed by her brother Amro
Falling - by Viggo Mortensen - Viggo Mortensen's directorial debut is being feted at San Sebastián, where the actor-director is receiving a Donostia Award for Lifetime Achievement
Falling
by Viggo Mortensen
Viggo Mortensen's directorial debut is being feted at San Sebastián, where the actor-director is receiving a Donostia Award for Lifetime Achievement
Summer of 85 - by François Ozon - François Ozon revisits the romantic passions of adolescence with the accuracy and great rawness of emotion that are characteristic of his mature and masterful filmmaking approach
Summer of 85
by François Ozon
François Ozon revisits the romantic passions of adolescence with the accuracy and great rawness of emotion that are characteristic of his mature and masterful filmmaking approach
The Garden - by Ragnar Bragason - Seven years after Metalhead, Ragnar Bragason returns to Toronto with the big-screen version of his own 2012 stage play
The Garden
by Ragnar Bragason
Seven years after Metalhead, Ragnar Bragason returns to Toronto with the big-screen version of his own 2012 stage play
Tove - by Zaida Bergroth - Zaida Bergroth captures the unpredictable love life of The Moomins creator Tove Jansson in this sketchy biopic of the bisexual artist
Tove
by Zaida Bergroth
Zaida Bergroth captures the unpredictable love life of The Moomins creator Tove Jansson in this sketchy biopic of the bisexual artist
Lift Like a Girl - by Mayye Zayed - Mayye Zayed’s debut feature-length documentary centres on young women with dreams of becoming weightlifting champions
Lift Like a Girl
by Mayye Zayed
Mayye Zayed’s debut feature-length documentary centres on young women with dreams of becoming weightlifting champions
My Donkey, My Lover & I - by Caroline Vignal - Laure Calamy and Patrick the donkey steal the show in Caroline Vignal's funny and original comedy, a work awarded the Cannes Official Selection Label and which is soon to hit cinemas in France
My Donkey, My Lover & I
by Caroline Vignal
Laure Calamy and Patrick the donkey steal the show in Caroline Vignal's funny and original comedy, a work awarded the Cannes Official Selection Label and which is soon to hit cinemas in France
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