Film Reviews

3707 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 23/08/2019. 712 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence by Roy Andersson

02/09/2014

VENICE 2014, Golden Lion for best film. Surreal, absurd, funny and existential, the latest artistic offering by Roy Andersson has made its debut in the Official Competition at the Venice Festival  

En duva satt på en gren och funderade på tillvaron

En duva satt på en gren och funderade på tillvaron

Piggies by Robert Gliński

07/07/2009

Swinki (Ich, Tomek)

Swinki (Ich, Tomek)

Pikadero by Ben Sharrock

29/09/2015

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2015: English director Ben Sharrock has made an innovative film shot entirely in Basque about the lives of young people during the financial crisis  

Pikadero

Pikadero

Pilgrimage by João Botelho

02/11/2017

Portuguese director João Botelho adds another literary adaptation to his CV, depicting the trips of 16th-century author Fernão Mendes Pinto  

Peregrinação

Peregrinação

Pin Cushion by Deborah Haywood

31/08/2017

VENICE 2017: An intimate and fierce social critique, Deborah Haywood’s British film has opened the 32nd International Critics’ Week out of competition  

Pin Cushion

Pin Cushion

Pine Ridge by Anna Eborn

07/09/2013

Anna Eborn’s first feature documentary is a contemplative film about the life of the Lakota people, produced by Adomeit Film  

Pine Ridge

Pine Ridge

Pingpong by Matthias Luthardt

17/12/2006

Subtle and cruel variations beneath a polished veneer of social appearances mark the promising beginnings of a young German director  

Pingpong

Pingpong

Pink by Rudolf Thome

12/02/2009

Pink

Pink

Pioneers' Palace by Bobby Paunescu

10/12/2015

Bobby Păunescu’s film was shown at Sundance ahead of its domestic release in December  

Palatul pionierilor

Palatul pionierilor

Pipeline by Gabriel Bonnefoy

28/01/2016

The debut feature film of Genevan director Gabriel Bonnefoy, which was screened in the Panorama Suisse section of the Solothurn Film Festival, is a liberating journey in search of self  

Pipeline

Pipeline