Film Reviews

4008 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 24/01/2020. 717 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Phoenix by Christian Petzold

12/09/2014

German auteur Christian Petzold premiered his latest collaboration with muse Nina Hoss, Phoenix, at Toronto  

Phoenix

Phoenix

Photo by Carlos Saboga

14/11/2012

Portuguese director Carlos Saboga makes his debut with Photo, a feature produced by Paulo Branco that is competing in the CinemaXXI section at the Rome Film Festival  

Foto

Foto

Photograph by Ritesh Batra

20/02/2019

BERLIN 2019: Ritesh Batra’s rather saccharine first attempt at social cinema (The Lunchbox) is nothing other than a lacklustre romcom mired in clichés  

Photograph - Ein Foto verändert ihr Leben für immer

Photograph - Ein Foto verändert ihr Leben für immer

Il pianeta in mare by Andrea Segre

06/09/2019

VENICE 2019: The new documentary from Andrea Segre centres on the complex industrial area of Marghera, in the pulsating heart of the Venetian lagoon  

Il pianeta in mare

Il pianeta in mare

Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy by Marco Tullio Giordana

27/03/2012

With rigour and dryness, the director recounts the massacre of December, 12, 1969, a tragedy which has become part of the country’s DNA.  

Romanzo di una strage

Romanzo di una strage

Picco by Philip Koch

20/05/2010

Picco

Picco

Picture of His Life by Dani Menkin, Yonatan Nir

24/05/2019

Yonatan Nir and Dani Menkin's documentary about underwater photographer Amos Nachoum's attempt to nail an elusive photo has opened the 21st Docaviv  

Picture of His Life

Picture of His Life

Pierino by Luca Ferri

15/03/2019

Luca Ferri visited a retired Bergamo film-lover at his home every week for a year and filmed it on VHS while he talked about how he spent his days  

Pierino

Pierino

Pig by Giga Liklikadze

12/11/2019

In his feature debut, Giga Liklikadze puts a Georgian spin on Dumb and Dumber  

Gori

Gori

The Pig by Dragomir Sholev

13/03/2019

Dragomir Sholev's second feature, screening in competition at Sofia, is a relentless exploration of bullying and its consequences  

Praseto

Praseto