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Seville 2019


73 articles available in total starting from 15/11/2018. Last article published on 04/12/2019.

Review: A Voluntary Year

Review: A Voluntary Year

German directors Ulrich Köhler and Henner Winckler take on patriarchy as a father and daughter fight over travel plans  

13/08/2019 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

Review: Wonders in the Suburbs

Review: Wonders in the Suburbs

The first feature film directed by the extraordinary actress Jeanne Balibar wagers on the revolutionary power of satire  

13/08/2019 | Locarno 2019 | Filmmakers of the Present

Review: Space Dogs

Review: Space Dogs

Beware – Elsa Kremser and Levin Peter’s title is the scariest film of the year  

12/08/2019 | Locarno 2019 | Filmmakers of the Present

Review: Technoboss

Review: Technoboss

João Nicolau’s latest film stars first-timer Miguel Lobo Antunes, in a comic, refreshing study of ageing (and life)  

12/08/2019 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

Review: Love Me Tender

Review: Love Me Tender

With audacity and a reinvigorating dose of humour, Klaudia Reynicke’s film paints the portrait of an anti-heroine wrestling with her fears  

09/08/2019 | Locarno 2019 | Filmmakers of the Present

Review: Maternal

Review: Maternal

Nuns are trying to guide teen mothers in this hot and simmering Argentine-set tale directed by Italy's Maura Delpero  

09/08/2019 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

Elia Suleiman  • Director of It Must Be Heaven

Interview: Elia Suleiman • Director of It Must Be Heaven

“The class and economic gap, migration, anxiety and violence – that’s what this film is about, basically”

CANNES 2019: We sat down with Palestinian director Elia Suleiman to delve deeper into his Palme d’Or contender It Must Be Heaven  

25/05/2019 | Cannes 2019 | Competition

Justine Triet  • Director of Sibyl

Interview: Justine Triet • Director of Sibyl

“I like to laugh at dark, tragic things which also sometimes happen in life”

CANNES 2019: We sat down with French helmer Justine Triet to find out more about her competition title, the dramedy Sibyl  

25/05/2019 | Cannes 2019 | Competition

Review: It Must Be Heaven

Review: It Must Be Heaven

CANNES 2019: Elia Suleiman is in competition with a hilarious, absurdist take on what it means to be a Palestinian  

25/05/2019 | Cannes 2019 | Competition

Review: Sibyl

Review: Sibyl

CANNES 2019: Justine Triet’s new film is rich, playful and cruel, erecting themes and deceitful mirrors around the excellent Virginie Efira  

24/05/2019 | Cannes 2019 | Competition