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Sundance 2022

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30 articles available in total starting from 11/01/2022. Last article published on 02/02/2022.

Review: My Old School

Review: My Old School

Alan Cumming lip-synchs the subject of one of the most bizarre stories in recent history in Jono McLeod's debut feature-length animated documentary  

27/01 | Sundance 2022 | Premieres

EXCLUSIVE: First clip for The Cow Who Sang A Song Into The Future

EXCLUSIVE: First clip for The Cow Who Sang A Song Into The Future

The first feature by Francisca Alegría, produced by France, Chile and Germany, has been selected in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition at the Sundance Film Festival  

27/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Calendar Girls

Review: Calendar Girls

Maria Loohufvud and Love Martinsen’s good-natured Swedish documentary feels way too familiar, and not just because of that title  

26/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Hanna Bergholm • Director of Hatching

Interview: Hanna Bergholm • Director of Hatching

“I wanted people to start liking this creature”

In her new work, the Finnish director addresses every girl’s biggest fears – and a weird creature hiding in the closet is not the worst of them  

26/01 | Sundance 2022 | Midnight

Review: You Won’t Be Alone

Review: You Won’t Be Alone

In Goran Stolevski’s atmospheric, yet a tad too Terrence Malick-y, feature debut, witches really are everywhere  

26/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Klondike

Review: Klondike

Taking place in eastern Ukraine in the early days of the Donbas war, Maryna Er Gorbach’s poetic and imaginative film evokes the surreal atmosphere of a peculiar conflict  

25/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Review: Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Emma Thompson bares all in one of the most affecting performances of her entire career, playing an unsatisfied widow in Sophie Hyde’s film  

25/01 | Sundance 2022 | Premieres

László Csuja and Anna Nemes • Directors of Gentle

Interview: László Csuja and Anna Nemes • Directors of Gentle

“We were inspired by the world of bodybuilding, a lot of which is about control”

The Hungarian filmmakers’ drama about a couple of bodybuilders is an intimate portrait that truly lives up to its title  

25/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: La Guerra Civil

Review: La Guerra Civil

Eva Longoria Bastón's documentary tells the story of boxing champions Julio César Chávez and Oscar De La Hoya's historic rivalry, but through a rather traditional film language  

25/01 | Sundance 2022 | Premieres

Christian Tafdrup • Director of Speak No Evil

Interview: Christian Tafdrup • Director of Speak No Evil

“The ambition was to make the most disturbing film in Danish history”

In the Danish director’s new film, there is such a thing as being too polite for your own good  

25/01 | Sundance 2022 | Midnight

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