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16 articles available in total starting from 02/10/2019. Last article published on 03/09/2020.

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The coronavirus crisis threatens European film

The coronavirus crisis threatens European film

We present an overview of the cancelled and postponed film events, the measures announced by the countries' institutions and the new VoD initiatives launched during the COVID-19 pandemic  

03/09/2020 | Europe

The Hater wins the International Narrative Competition at Tribeca

The Hater wins the International Narrative Competition at Tribeca

Jan Komasa’s latest feature has come out on top at the postponed New York-based gathering, which announced its winners online  

30/04/2020 | Tribeca 2020 | Awards

Review: My Wonderful Wanda

Review: My Wonderful Wanda

Bettina Oberli’s dramedy, which has world-premiered at Tribeca, revolves around a Polish woman who goes to Switzerland and disrupts the dynamics of an affluent family  

29/04/2020 | Tribeca 2020

Gero von Boehm  • Director of Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful

Interview: Gero von Boehm • Director of Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful

“Helmut Newton wanted to show strong women”

We talked to the director of Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful, Gero von Boehm, who in turn talked to Grace Jones, Isabella Rossellini and Charlotte Rampling  

27/04/2020 | Tribeca 2020

Review: Banksy Most Wanted

Review: Banksy Most Wanted

The story of the world’s most infamous street artist gets a robust but perfunctory parsing by French co-directors Aurélia Rouvier and Seamus Haley  

27/04/2020 | Tribeca 2020

Review: Stardust

Review: Stardust

Johnny Flynn plays a young David Bowie, embarking on his first US tour, in Gabriel Range’s meagre biopic which contains not one note of the legend’s music  

24/04/2020 | Tribeca 2020

Review: The State of Texas v. Melissa

Review: The State of Texas v. Melissa

With care and great skill, French-American documentary-maker Sabrina Van Tassel lifts the veil on the miscarriage of justice which led Melissa Lucio to be placed on Texas’ death row  

23/04/2020 | Tribeca 2020

Anissa Bonnefont  • Director of Wonderboy

Interview: Anissa Bonnefont • Director of Wonderboy

"Searching for our roots involves us reaching into the very depths of our souls"

Anissa Bonnefont chats to us about Wonderboy, her first feature-length documentary which was nominated at the César Awards and is currently competing in Tribeca  

22/04/2020 | Tribeca 2020

Dea Gjinovci • Director of Wake Up On Mars

Interview: Dea Gjinovci • Director of Wake Up On Mars

"I didn’t want to make a medical or investigative film; my main aim was to paint the portrait of a family"

Swiss-Albanian documentary-maker Dea Gjinovci chatted to us about her first documentary feature film, Wake Up On Mars, which is in competition in Tribeca  

21/04/2020 | Tribeca 2020

Review: Wonderboy

Review: Wonderboy

Anissa Bonnefont puts her name to a fascinating first feature documentary which offers a contrasting portrait of Balmain’s artistic director as he sets out in search of his roots  

20/04/2020 | Tribeca 2020

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