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Göteborg 2015

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36 articles available in total starting from 24/01/2015. Last article published on 02/02/2015.

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REVIEW: Bridgend

REVIEW: Bridgend

Jeppe Rønde steps out of documentaries with this studied look at the Bridgend suicide incidents, vying for the Ingmar Bergman Debut Award  

02/02/2015 | Göteborg 2015 | Read our Rotterdam review...

FILM FOCUS: Clouds of Sils Maria

FILM FOCUS: Clouds of Sils Maria

Olivier Assayas creates an ambitious tale of magic, mixing dawn and twilight, fiction and reality, shown in the Gala section  

02/02/2015 | Göteborg 2015 | Read our review and interview...

In Your Arms: A lyrical tragedy

In Your Arms: A lyrical tragedy

The big winner of the 38th Göteborg International Film Festival is a tragic and humane story  

02/02/2015 | Göteborg 2015

REVIEW: Silent Heart

REVIEW: Silent Heart

Bille August comes to the Gala section with an intense family drama set against a backdrop of a tough subject matter  

02/02/2015 | Göteborg 2015 | Read our San Sebastián review...

In Your Arms triumphs at Göteborg

In Your Arms triumphs at Göteborg

Danish director Samanou Acheche Sahlstrøm's drama has won the Dragon Award for Best Nordic Film and the FIPRESCI Prize  

02/02/2015 | Göteborg 2015 | Awards

My Skinny Sister: Strong awareness-raising potential

My Skinny Sister: Strong awareness-raising potential

A trio of talents to watch, the film’s director and two young actresses deserve accolades for this socially important and artistically accomplished work about anorexia  

02/02/2015 | Göteborg 2015

REVIEW: Underdog

REVIEW: Underdog

The debut feature from young Swedish director Ronnie Sandahl depicts an underground, guarded and hostile Norway and competes in the Nordic Film section  

30/01/2015 | Göteborg 2015 | Read our Zürich review...

INTERVIEW: Ronnie Sandahl

INTERVIEW: Ronnie Sandahl

Cineuropa met with Swedish screenwriter and director Ronnie Sandahl to talk about his film Underdog, in the Nordic Film Competition  

30/01/2015 | Göteborg 2015 | Read our interview...

REVIEW: We are Young. We are Strong

REVIEW: We are Young. We are Strong

The second feature by German-Afghan director Burhan Qurbani recounts the xenophobic riot of August 1992 in Rostock, East Germany  

30/01/2015 | Göteborg 2015 | Read our Rome review...

REVIEW: A Second Chance

REVIEW: A Second Chance

Susanne Bier outdoes herself by twisting the suffering of her beautiful protagonists into a frightening drama starring Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, in Galas section  

30/01/2015 | Göteborg 2015 | Read our San Sebastián review...

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