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REPORT: Visions du Réel 2019

Cineuropa is covering the 50th Visions du Réel - Nyon International Film Festival live with reviews, interviews and news...

REPORT: Visions du Réel 2019
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Review: That Which Does Not Kill

Review: That Which Does Not Kill

Alexe Poukine's formally rigorous documentary tackles the issue of rape in a subtly inventive manner and delves deeper into the topic than almost any recent film  

26/04 | Visions du Réel 2019

Review: The Wind. A Documentary Thriller

Review: The Wind. A Documentary Thriller

Michał Bielawski's fourth feature-length documentary about a mysterious and destructive wind is a real tour de force  

19/04 | Visions du Réel 2019

Review: Kiruna – A Brand New World

Review: Kiruna – A Brand New World

Czech-Swedish director Greta Stocklassa's first feature-length documentary is a well-measured but also emotional look at a city forced to relocate due to the effects of iron-ore mining  

18/04 | Visions du Réel 2019

REPORT: Pitching du Réel 2019

REPORT: Pitching du Réel 2019

We take a close look at the projects that won awards in the main section of Visions du Réel's industry segment  

17/04 | Visions du Réel 2019 | Visions du Réel Industry

Pornomelancholia and The Flats (Once We Were Terrorists) win big at Pitching du Réel

Pornomelancholia and The Flats (Once We Were Terrorists) win big at Pitching du Réel

The Argentinian and French projects have won two prizes apiece; the industry events also included Switzerland Meets Quebec and Doc & Art  

15/04 | Visions du Réel 2019 | Visions du Réel Industry

Heimat Is a Space in Time triumphs at Visions du Réel

Heimat Is a Space in Time triumphs at Visions du Réel

Other winners include That Which Does Not Kill, The House and Looking for the Man With the Camera, while the festival reported its highest attendance levels ever  

15/04 | Visions du Réel 2019 | Awards

Review: A Donkey Called Geronimo

Review: A Donkey Called Geronimo

Arjun Talwar and Bigna Tomschin’s surprising documentary is imbued with a seductive sense of melancholy  

12/04 | Visions du Réel 2019

Review: Fiancées

Review: Fiancées

Julia Bünter’s first full-length film is a non-judgemental exploration of the contradictions that plague Egpytian society as it wavers between the past and the present  

11/04 | Visions du Réel 2019

Visions du Réel reveals Docs in Progress, Rough Cut Lab and Opening Scenes Lab award winners

Visions du Réel reveals Docs in Progress, Rough Cut Lab and Opening Scenes Lab award winners

Projects from the USA, Argentina, Morocco, France, Belgium, Switzerland and Germany have been awarded the first round of the Swiss gathering’s industry prizes  

11/04 | Visions du Réel 2019 | Visions du Réel Industry

Review: Golden Age

Review: Golden Age

This documentary by young directors Beat Oswald and Samuel Weniger is an ironic and profound debut film and a lip-smacking cocktail to be savoured  

10/04 | Visions du Réel 2019

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