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Arras 2020


14 articles available in total starting from 19/08/2019. Last article published on 16/11/2020.

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Stephan Komandarev’s Hello triumphs at Arras Days

Stephan Komandarev’s Hello triumphs at Arras Days

Rounding off his trilogy, the Bulgarian director’s project walks away with the film development grant, while Lina Lužyte’s I Had Nowhere To Go bags a Special Mention  

16/11/2020 | Arras 2020 | Arras Days

Quo Vadis, Aida? is crowned the winner by the Arras Film Festival jury

Quo Vadis, Aida? is crowned the winner by the Arras Film Festival jury

Jasmila Zbanic’s work is awarded the Golden Atlas, while Piotr Domalewski bags the Silver Atlas for I Never Cry, and a Special Mention is won by Stephan Komandarev courtesy of Rounds  

16/11/2020 | Arras 2020 | Awards

Review: Spiral

Review: Spiral

Cecilia Felmeri signs a very promising first feature by immersing herself in nature, in a disquieting realism for a metaphor of couplehood and the life cycle  

09/11/2020 | Thessaloniki 2020

The Arras Film Festival reinvents itself

The Arras Film Festival reinvents itself

With its usual format cancelled, the 21st edition of the event will now unfold from 7 to 15 December in Paris and in the cinemas of the Hauts-de-France region  

07/11/2020 | Arras 2020

Review: The Campaign

Review: The Campaign

In his Moscow-screened film, Marian Crişan shows how corruption can taint even those pure of heart  

13/10/2020 | Romania

Marian Crişan  • Director of The Campaign

Interview: Marian Crişan • Director of The Campaign

“I like writing characters inspired by the people I am closest to”

We spoke to Marian Crişan, the Romanian director whose fourth feature, The Campaign, has just world-premiered at the Moscow International Film Festival  

12/10/2020 | /Romania

Review: Shadow Country

Review: Shadow Country

A small Czech village examines its soul before and after World War II in Bohdan Sláma’s powerful black-and-white drama  

09/10/2020 | London 2020

Piotr Domalewski  • Director of I Never Cry

Interview: Piotr Domalewski • Director of I Never Cry

“I don’t really pick a subject or a story; I focus on a theme”

Cineuropa talked to Piotr Domalewski, whose sophomore film, I Never Cry, was presented in San Sebastián’s New Directors section and was released in his native Poland in late September  

06/10/2020 | San Sebastián 2020 | New Directors

Review: I Never Cry

Review: I Never Cry

Piotr Domalewski’s second film investigates an experience common to thousands, if not millions, of Poles in a manner that would make Ken Loach proud  

28/09/2020 | San Sebastián 2020 | New Directors

Review: Quo Vadis, Aida?

Review: Quo Vadis, Aida?

VENICE 2020: There is no time to catch one’s breath in Jasmila Žbanić’s powerful film, closing in on a teacher-turned-translator for the UN in Srebrenica trying to find her way  

03/09/2020 | Venice 2020 | Competition

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