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Black Nights 2019 / First Feature Competition


20 articles available in total starting from 04/07/2019. Last article published on 03/12/2019.

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Rene Pannevis • Director of Looted

Interview: Rene Pannevis • Director of Looted

"I wanted to portrait a personal experience of growing up in the world of petty crimes as I remember it"

Dutch-born, London-based filmmaker Rene Pannevis world-premiered Looted in the First Feature Competition at Tallinn's Black Nights Film Festival - and he told us about it  

03/12 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

Hossein Pourseifi • Director of Tomorrow We Are Free

Interview: Hossein Pourseifi • Director of Tomorrow We Are Free

"All I had is the memories of the family, telling me the story 30 years later"

We talked to Iranian-born, Germany-based director Hossein Pourseifi, who presented Tomorrow We Are Free in the First Feature Competition of Tallinn's Black Nights Film Festival  

03/12 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

Bartosz Kruhlik • Director of Supernova

Interview: Bartosz Kruhlik • Director of Supernova

“The construction of the story is rigid, which involved a huge risk. If I changed or cut 2 or 3 scenes, everything would fall apart”

Cineuropa sat down with Supernova director Bartosz Kruhlik to discuss his first feature film, screening in the First Feature Competition at Tallinn’s Black Nights  

03/12 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

Review: Mater

Review: Mater

First-time director Jure Pavlović proves that there is always room for one more mother-daughter psychological drama  

29/11 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

Review: Isaac

Review: Isaac

Jurgis Matulevičius emerges as a talent to watch thanks to a film that’s bound to ruffle some nationalistic feathers  

29/11 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

Review: Finky

Review: Finky

Debuting Irish filmmaker Dathai Keane introduces the nastiest fairy tale since Giovanni Francesco Straparola’s Biancabella and the Snake. Well, almost  

28/11 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

Zoltán Nagy • Director of On the Quiet

Interview: Zoltán Nagy • Director of On the Quiet

"The main core of a good director-actor relationship is trust"

Hungarian filmmaker Zoltán Nagy talked to us about his first feature On the Quiet, screening in the First Feature Competition of Tallinn's Black Nights Film Festival  

28/11 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

Review: Looted

Review: Looted

Rene Pannevis takes a look at the life of carjackers in an English coastal town in his debut feature about crime and morality  

27/11 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

Jure Pavlović • Director of Mater

Interview: Jure Pavlović • Director of Mater

"As a director you should never underestimate your audience by revealing everything"

Croatian director Jure Pavlović talks to us about his debut feature, Mater, world-premiering in the First Feature Competition of Tallinn's Black Nights  

27/11 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

Review: Darkness

Review: Darkness

The debut feature by Emanuela Rossi is a post-apocalyptic, feminist take on captivity, abuse within the family and liberation  

26/11 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

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