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7 articles available in total starting from 19/01/2018. Last article published on 29/01/2018.

Time Share: A resort with hints of The Shining and The Lobster

Time Share: A resort with hints of The Shining and The Lobster

Mexican director Sebastián Hofmann’s sophomore effort is a beguiling absurdist horror, which world-premiered at Sundance  

29/01/2018 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Butterflies

Review: Butterflies

Turkish filmmaker Tolga Karaçelik's third feature is an engaging and amusing, if sometimes unbalanced, combination of drama and comedy  

26/01/2018 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

And Breathe Normally: It’s just the system

And Breathe Normally: It’s just the system

Icelandic debutant Ísold Uggadóttir delivers a realistic social drama that tackles all the key issues that a local community is struggling with as it deals with the refugee crisis for the first time  

22/01/2018 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: The Guilty

Review: The Guilty

Debutant Gustav Möller introduces a crime-thriller that revitalises “Scandi noir” by offering a new approach to building tension and suspense through sound  

22/01/2018 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Holiday

Review: Holiday

Swedish filmmaker Isabella Eklöf delivers a subtle, divisive critique on today’s prevalent materialism and female exploitation, seen through the eyes of a subversive heroine  

22/01/2018 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Pity

Review: Pity

Greek filmmaker Babis Makridis delivers his sophomore feature, a bleak, deadpan comedy that plays with the theme of sorrow in an absurdly realistic environment  

20/01/2018 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Babis Makridis  • Director of Pity

Interview: Babis Makridis • Director of Pity

“In my next movie, everyone will smile constantly!”

We sat down with Greek writer-director Babis Makridis to talk about his sophomore feature, Pity  

19/01/2018 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

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