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6590 articles available in total starting from 17/05/2002. Last article published on 21/09/2020.

Review: Mandibles

Review: Mandibles

VENICE 2020: With a laugh-out-loud film that feels like a long-lost cousin of the Coen brothers’ “idiot trilogy”, Quentin Dupieux once again makes the world a much better place  

06/09 | Venice 2020 | Out of Competition

Review: The Man Who Sold His Skin

Review: The Man Who Sold His Skin

VENICE 2020: Kaouther Ben Hania weaves a bold, captivating and edifying tale about freedom, where refugees and the contemporary art world collide  

05/09 | Venice 2020 | Orizzonti

Lucas Belvaux • Director of Home Front

Interview: Lucas Belvaux • Director of Home Front

“It’s a film about the wounds of war rather than the war itself”

Lucas Belvaux talks to us about his latest film, Home Front, showing at the Angouleme Francophone Film Festival and opening the Brussels International Film Festival  

05/09 | BRIFF 2020

Kamir Aïnouz • Director of Honey Cigar

Interview: Kamir Aïnouz • Director of Honey Cigar

"A story of a young woman's body torn between two cultures"

VENICE 2020: French-Algerian director Kamir Aïnouz talked to us about her feature debut, Honey Cigar, which opened the 17th Giornate degli Autori  

05/09 | Venice 2020 | Giornate degli Autori

Review: Gaza Mon Amour

Review: Gaza Mon Amour

VENICE 2020: Relaying the tribulations of an elderly fisherman, brothers Tarzan and Arab Nasser deliver a subtly stripped-back work, painting an ironic picture of the state of play in the Gaza Strip  

04/09 | Venice 2020 | Orizzonti

Nicole Garcia • Director of Lovers

Interview: Nicole Garcia • Director of Lovers

“I have a sort of faith in the glittering darkness of love”

VENICE 2020: French director Nicole Garcia decrypts Lovers, a beautifully crafted film noir in competition for the Golden Lion  

04/09 | Venice 2020 | Competition

Review: Quo Vadis, Aïda?

Review: Quo Vadis, Aïda?

VENICE 2020: There is no time to catch one’s breath in Jasmila Žbanić’s powerful film, closing in on a teacher-turned-translator for the UN in Srebrenica trying to find her way  

03/09 | Venice 2020 | Competition

Review: Lovers

Review: Lovers

VENICE 2020: Nicole Garcia signs an excellent film noir centred on a fatal love triangle and set against the backdrop of the attractive power of money in the modern world  

03/09 | Venice 2020 | Competition

Review: Oasis

Review: Oasis

VENICE 2020: In his second feature, Serbian director Ivan Ikić revisits his approach from Barbarians but this time goes for a much more challenging milieu  

03/09 | Venice 2020 | Giornate degli Autori

Review: Honey Cigar

Review: Honey Cigar

VENICE 2020: Kamir Aïnouz opens Giornate degli Autori with her first work about a young woman trying to find her own path, but caught between two cultures  

03/09 | Venice 2020 | Giornate degli Autori

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