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21 articles available in total starting from 21/07/2021. Last article published on 22/09/2021.

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Lucile Hadzihalilovic • Director of Earwig

Interview: Lucile Hadzihalilovic • Director of Earwig

“This film is in the head of a man who is lost”

The third feature by the French director is her first in English; its European premiere is taking place in competition at San Sebastián, where Cineuropa spoke to her  

22/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | Competition

Aga Woszczyńska  • Director of Silent Land

Interview: Aga Woszczyńska • Director of Silent Land

“Nobody in this film is either just good or just bad; there are a lot of nuances within the personality of each character”

We talked to the Polish director to get the low-down on her film, which is ostensibly about the collapse of a relationship but actually tackles something far more important  

22/09 | Toronto 2021 | Platform

Review: The Game

Review: The Game

A fresh, and sometimes optimistic take on the global refugee crisis, from debuting Serbian-American filmmaker Ana Lazarevic  

21/09 | Toronto 2021 | Discovery

Review: Silent Land

Review: Silent Land

Aga Woszczyńska’s first feature is a quiet yet powerful drama about an accident that upends the summer holidays of a well-off Polish couple  

21/09 | Toronto 2021 | Platform

Ana Lazarevic  • Director of The Game

Interview: Ana Lazarevic • Director of The Game

“I felt a huge sense of responsibility and wanted to be as prepared as I could be”

The Serbian director talks about what inspired her to create her first feature, an intimate story about a smuggler and a group of boys he is supposed to drive across the border  

20/09 | Toronto 2021 | Discovery

Review: Anatolian Leopard

Review: Anatolian Leopard

The pride of an Ankara zoo goes missing, but who will take the rap, asks Turkish filmmaker Emre Kayis in his debut feature  

20/09 | Toronto 2021 | Discovery

Belfast wins the People’s Choice Award at Toronto

Belfast wins the People’s Choice Award at Toronto

Kenneth Branagh has taken home the coveted prize often seen as an indicator of Oscars glory, while Kamila Andini’s Yuni won the Platform Prize  

20/09 | Toronto 2021 | Awards

Review: Yuni

Review: Yuni

Indonesia’s Kamila Andini delivers a beautiful and sensitive work, telling a harmonious and bittersweet story about a young woman caught between yearnings for freedom and local tradition  

17/09 | Toronto 2021 | Platform

Laurent Cantet  • Director of Arthur Rambo

Interview: Laurent Cantet  • Director of Arthur Rambo

"I didn’t want the film to be a trial, but everyone has their own inner convictions"

The French filmmaker explores the violent era of social media through the story of a young and popular novelist who suffers a vertiginous fall from grace  

15/09 | Toronto 2021 | Platform

Fabrice Du Welz  • Director of Inexorable

Interview: Fabrice Du Welz • Director of Inexorable

"I tried not to play the artist too much with this film, in order to construct a thriller, pure and simple"

The Belgian director spoke to us about this new film which is very much in keeping with his previous work, but which also breathes fresh air into his cinema by exploring the huis clos form  

15/09 | Toronto 2021 | Special Presentations

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