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20 articles available in total starting from 17/02/2017. Last article published on 21/03/2018.

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Marine Francen  • Director

Interview: Marine Francen • Director

"I wanted us to feel everything that these women experience through their bodies"

Marine Francen talks about her debut feature, The Sower, winner at San Sebastian and released in French cinemas by ARP Sélection  

15/11/2017 | Bergamo 2018

Wild Roses: The intangible

Wild Roses: The intangible

While firmly rooting her story within a context, Anna Jadowska attempts to perceive the imperceptible, painting a picture of the human soul  

14/11/2017 | Cottbus 2017 | Competition

The Sower: The much-desired man

The Sower: The much-desired man

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2017: French filmmaker Marine Francen’s feature-length debut, screening in the New Directors section, spirits the viewer to a hamlet inhabited entirely by women  

29/09/2017 | San Sebastián 2017 | New Directors

Apostasy: Who’s that knocking at my door

Apostasy: Who’s that knocking at my door

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2017: British director Daniel Kokotajlo’s feature debut, made under the auspices of the iFeatures film scheme, details the fascinating world of Jehovah's Witnesses  

29/09/2017 | San Sebastián 2017 | New Directors

Miracle: The invisible hand raises the Iron Curtain

Miracle: The invisible hand raises the Iron Curtain

TORONTO 2017: Debutant Eglė Vertelytė offers a deadpan, tragicomic satire on the downfall of the Soviet system and the “miraculous” invasion of rampant capitalism  

11/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Discovery

Eglė Vertelytė  • Director

Interview: Eglė Vertelytė • Director

"The birth of a new, democratic society was painful; we can’t sugar-coat the process"

TORONTO 2017: Cineuropa sat down with Eglė Vertelytė, whose feature debut, Miracle, has screened in the Discovery section of Toronto after nine years in development  

11/09/2017 | Bergamo 2018

Lida, an epidermal film imbued with mystery and secular mysticism

Lida, an epidermal film imbued with mystery and secular mysticism

Swedish director Anna Eborn is competing at Visions du Réel in Nyon with her highly-strung portrait of an elderly woman who seems to waver outside of space and time  

27/04/2017 | Visions du Réel 2017

Ice Mother: Cold, but happy

Ice Mother: Cold, but happy

Bohdan Sláma’s endearing family drama, now competing at the Tribeca Film Festival, shows a coming of age can take place at any time of life  

24/04/2017 | Tribeca 2017

Retour à Forbach: "Here, shame is like a second skin"

Retour à Forbach: "Here, shame is like a second skin"

After 30 years away, Régis Sauder returns to the town of his childhood where the Front National is growing fast. A personal film about History  

28/03/2017 | Cinéma du Réel 2017

City of the Sun: Human spirit persisting in a deserted, post-industrial town

City of the Sun: Human spirit persisting in a deserted, post-industrial town

BERLIN 2017: Rati Oneli's first feature-length documentary depicts life in a run-down Georgian mining town  

17/02/2017 | Berlinale 2017 | Forum

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