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6596 articles available in total starting from 17/05/2002. Last article published on 23/09/2020.

Review: Tokyo Ride

Review: Tokyo Ride

Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine present a clumsy movie that feels more like a filmed Lonely Planet entry  

14/09 | Docaviv 2020

Review: Spring Blossom

Review: Spring Blossom

Suzanne Lindon’s feature debut is a very refreshing film, packed with references yet original, about a Parisian teenager’s awakening to love  

14/09 | Toronto 2020 | Discovery

Review: Yellow Cat

Review: Yellow Cat

VENICE 2020: Adilkhan Yerzhanov's new feature is a title rich in absurdity, and is both entertaining and disorientating in equal measure  

14/09 | Venice 2020 | Orizzonti

Li Dongmei • Director of Mama

Interview: Li Dongmei • Director of Mama

"My intention was to make a film in a documentary style so that the emotions would be true"

VENICE 2020: Chinese director Li Dongmei talks about her feature debut, Mama, in which she travels back in time, telling a painful family story  

12/09 | Venice 2020 | Giornate degli Autori

Julia von Heinz • Director of And Tomorrow the Entire World

Interview: Julia von Heinz • Director of And Tomorrow the Entire World

“I am my own research – I experienced so much of this myself”

VENICE 2020: We sat down with Julia von Heinz to get the low-down on her competition entry And Tomorrow the Entire World  

12/09 | Venice 2020 | Competition

Review: A Good Man

Review: A Good Man

Touching on a very delicate subject, Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar explore with great empathy the desire for children of a trans man incredibly played by Noémie Merlant  

11/09 | Toronto 2020 | Industry Selects

Review: Laila in Haifa

Review: Laila in Haifa

VENICE 2020: Israeli great Amos Gitai crafts a beautiful nocturnal roundelay in an unusual location: a hip bar with an equally Israeli and Palestinian clientele  

11/09 | Venice 2020 | Competition

Review: New Order

Review: New Order

VENICE 2020: Michel Franco makes an audacious, unremitting and brutal critique of inequality and its relationship to violence  

11/09 | Venice 2020 | Competition

Review: My Best Part

Review: My Best Part

Nicolas Maury moves into film direction with panache, delivering a melancholy comedy that’s both funny and moving about an anxious, jealous actor struggling with his uniqueness and discontentment  

11/09 | Toronto 2020 | Industry Selects

Review: And Tomorrow The Entire World

Review: And Tomorrow The Entire World

VENICE 2020: Julia von Heinz mines her own past as an anti-fascist activist in this fictional drama asking whether the best way to fight violence is through retaliatory violence  

10/09 | Venice 2020 | Competition

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