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840 articles available in total starting from 31/05/2002. Last article published on 27/12/2018.

Review: No quiero perderte nunca

Review: No quiero perderte nunca

Alejo Levis uses spooky imagery and sound to beckon the viewer into the world of a woman grieving deeply  

13/07/2018 | Films | Spain

Review: John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection

Review: John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection

Julien Faraut directs a fascinating documentary on the world of tennis, the art of movement and the interior workings of the game, starring the iconic John McEnroe  

11/07/2018 | Films | France

Review: Yo la busco

Review: Yo la busco

This first feature film by Sara Gutiérrez Galve focuses on a young man’s nocturnal stroll through Barcelona while struggling to find answers to life’s great questions  

06/07/2018 | Films | Spain

Review: Jean-François and the Meaning of Life

Review: Jean-François and the Meaning of Life

This ingenious first feature film by Sergi Portabella recounts an initiatory-existentialist journey in the form of an adventurous on-the-road film  

06/07/2018 | Films | Spain/France

Review: Crush My Heart

Review: Crush My Heart

Beggars can’t be choosers is the message at the heart of Alexandra Makarová’s directorial debut, an ill-fated Roma love story set in Vienna  

22/06/2018 | Films | Austria

Review: Una vita spericolata

Review: Una vita spericolata

Marco Ponti’s sixth feature film is a grotesque on-the-road comedy in which three young rebels find themselves unwittingly involved in a robbery  

21/06/2018 | Films | Italy

Review: Troisièmes noces

Review: Troisièmes noces

David Lambert tells another story about a couple that should never have got together, delivering a comedy-drama on bereavement, cohabitation and passing things on  

12/06/2018 | Films | Belgium

Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Two Estonian and one Irish director have teamed up for this stop-motion animation feature that has just had its world premiere at Animafest Zagreb  

07/06/2018 | Films | Estonia/Ireland/Belgium/UK

Review: Raising Colors

Review: Raising Colors

Hélène Fillières focuses her camera on a tenacious young woman’s entry into a physical and macho military universe  

06/06/2018 | Films | France

Review: Manu

Review: Manu

Emmanuelle Bonmariage delivers a multi-layered documentary about a filmmaker and extraordinary man’s road to remembrance  

05/06/2018 | Films | Belgium

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