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12 articles available in total starting from 20/04/2022. Last article published on 17/06/2022.

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January proves the best month for Tribeca 2022

January proves the best month for Tribeca 2022

The film by Latvian director Viesturs Kairišs has won Best International Narrative Feature; other European victors include Woman on the Roof and We Might as Well Be Dead  

17/06 | Tribeca 2022 | Awards

Review: January

Review: January

Love and coming of age are interrupted by harsh reality in Viesturs Kairišs’ evocative period piece, which has just won Best International Narrative Feature at Tribeca  

17/06 | Tribeca 2022

Signe Baumane • Director of My Love Affair With Marriage

Interview: Signe Baumane • Director of My Love Affair With Marriage

“I do appreciate crowdfunding because it makes the journey of animating for seven years less lonely”

The Latvian animator talks about her latest feature, which sets an examination of female rebellion within an animated and musical framework  

15/06 | Tribeca 2022

Review: My Love Affair With Marriage

Review: My Love Affair With Marriage

Latvian director Signe Baumane returns with a gloriously fun new feature that melds musical, science, animation and female rebellion  

15/06 | Tribeca 2022

Review: Pink Moon

Review: Pink Moon

With a perfectly transparent first feature, Floor van der Meulen dives subtly and without excessive heaviness into the heart of respect for free will in the choice to live or die  

14/06 | Tribeca 2022

Review: Woman on the Roof

Review: Woman on the Roof

Anna Jadowska’s latest film is a stark and compelling examination of twilight-year malaise and a societal attitude towards women that is fundamentally broken  

14/06 | Tribeca 2022

Natalia Sinelnikova  • Director of We Might as Well Be Dead

Interview: Natalia Sinelnikova • Director of We Might as Well Be Dead

“The camera acted as an aquarium: it was static, but still dynamic and always ever so slightly distorted”

We spoke to the Berlin-based director about her tragicomedy, revolving around a community of people consumed by fear  

13/06 | Tribeca 2022

Review: Breaking the Ice

Review: Breaking the Ice

Growing up is hard to do on the professional ice rinks of Vienna, in Clara Stern’s first feature  

13/06 | Tribeca 2022

Review: We Might as Well Be Dead

Review: We Might as Well Be Dead

Natalia Sinelnikova’s debut feature uses an eerie co-op living community to satirise Western European mores  

10/06 | Tribeca 2022

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Tribeca title January

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Tribeca title January

Viesturs Kairišs's Latvian-Lithuanian-Polish film centres on a 19-year-old cinematographer and his friends, who are dragged into the political events unfolding in the early post-Soviet years  

02/06 | Tribeca 2022

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