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2062 articles available in total starting from 10/06/2002. Last article published on 20/04/2021.

Review: White Cube

Review: White Cube

Renzo Martens’ much-anticipated sequel to Enjoy Poverty explores what the art world can give back to former Congolese plantation workers  

26/11/2020 | IDFA 2020

Review: Caliber 9

Review: Caliber 9

Toni D'Angelo offers up a pacy sequel to the 1970s crime movie Caliber 9, adapting it to the modern criminal world though failing to convey the atmosphere of its predecessor  

25/11/2020 | Turin 2020

Review: Erna at War

Review: Erna at War

Henrik Ruben Genz's movie is a tale of courage and maternal love starring Trine Dyrholm in the lead role  

23/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

Review: The Grocer’s Son, the Mayor, the Village and the World...

Review: The Grocer’s Son, the Mayor, the Village and the World...

Claire Simon creates an endearing film about the surprising human adventure that was the creation of the Tënk platform in the village of Lussas, where documentary and agriculture go hand in hand  

20/11/2020 | IDFA 2020

Review: Tailor

Review: Tailor

Sonia Liza Kenterman's first feature-length outing follows Tim Gunn's advice from Project Runway and “makes it work”  

20/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | First Feature Competition

The Cinemamed Festival is now set to unspool online

The Cinemamed Festival is now set to unspool online

Brussels’ Mediterranean Film Festival, scheduled to take place 26 November – 5 December, will now unfold online on account of Covid-19  

19/11/2020 | Cinemamed 2020

Rana Kazkaz and Anas Khalaf • Directors of The Translator

Interview: Rana Kazkaz and Anas Khalaf • Directors of The Translator

“It's like every government has learned this playbook, a way to delegitimise the peaceful protester”

Filmmakers Rana Kazkaz and Anas Khalaf talk to Cineuropa about their debut feature, The Translator, playing in the First Feature Competition at Tallinn Black Nights  

19/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | First Feature Competition

Sonia Liza Kenterman • Director of Tailor

Interview: Sonia Liza Kenterman • Director of Tailor

“Sewing is a world of small details”

We talked to debuting director Sonia Liza Kenterman about Tailor, after she got to celebrate its world premiere in an actual cinema  

18/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | First Feature Competition

Review: The Translator

Review: The Translator

Rana Kazkaz and Anas Khalaf recount the recent turbulent history of Syria in an action-packed thriller that has echoes of Costa-Gavras  

18/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | First Feature Competition

Review: Should The Wind Drop

Review: Should The Wind Drop

A work of fiction awarded labels by Cannes and overtaken by current events and war, Nora Martirosyan’s first feature film lifts the veil on a land in search of existence, identity and borders  

18/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | First Feature Competition

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