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REPORT: Krakow 2019

Cineuropa is covering the 59th Krakow Film Festival with reviews, interviews and news...

REPORT: Krakow 2019
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Review: Tõnu Kõrvits. Moorland Elegies

Review: Tõnu Kõrvits. Moorland Elegies

Marianne Kõrver's documentary about Estonia's titular famous contemporary music composer whisks us away on a journey to the soul of an artist  

04/06 | Krakow 2019

Review: In Search…

Review: In Search…

In a subtle yet powerful way, Kenyan director Beryl Magoko explores her own painful past while questioning why society still allows female circumcision  

04/06 | Krakow 2019

Advocate comes out on top in Krakow’s International Documentary Competition

Advocate comes out on top in Krakow’s International Documentary Competition

Rachel Leah Jones and Philippe Bellaiche’s film received a Krakow recommendation for the European Film Award in the Best Documentary category, while the audience plumped for The Men’s Room  

03/06 | Krakow 2019 | Awards

Finland proves to be a reliable and flexible partner at Krakow

Finland proves to be a reliable and flexible partner at Krakow

At the Krakow Film Festival, a special conference examined the landscape of the Finnish funding scene as well as the benefits the country has to offer for co-production  

03/06 | Krakow 2019

Review: Stress

Review: Stress

Florian Baron’s German-US documentary is an evocative and often painful examination of PTSD and the plight of those in the military who find it impossible to readjust to reality  

03/06 | Krakow 2019

Review: The Antarctic Syndrome

Review: The Antarctic Syndrome

Piotr Jaworski’s documentary takes us back in time to a land literally far, far away to tell a gripping story about a scientist, his experiment and extreme solitude  

03/06 | Krakow 2019

Review: But Now Is Perfect

Review: But Now Is Perfect

If you watch only one film about the refugee crisis this year, make it Carin Goeijers’ documentary, which unfolds like a murder-mystery  

31/05 | Krakow 2019

Michał Bielawski  • Director of The Wind. A Documentary Thriller

Interview: Michał Bielawski • Director of The Wind. A Documentary Thriller

"When I was preparing for my film, a judge told me that the number of crimes committed increases because of halny"

Polish director Michał Bielawski talked to us about The Wind. A Documentary Thriller, the Krakow Film Festival’s opening movie  

31/05 | Krakow 2019

Review: Mussolini's Sister

Review: Mussolini's Sister

Palestinian filmmaker Juna Suleiman's first feature-length documentary is a portrait of her simultaneously likeable and offensive grandmother  

29/05 | Docaviv 2019

The 59th Krakow Film Festival kicks off

The 59th Krakow Film Festival kicks off

The oldest film festival in Poland started on Sunday, boasting almost 250 titles in its programme and with Finland as the country in focus  

29/05 | Krakow 2019

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