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564 articles available in total starting from 16/01/2003. Last article published on 21/04/2021.

Review: Ammonite

Review: Ammonite

Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan play Victorians finding love on rocky Dorset beaches, in Francis Lee’s fine follow-up to God’s Own Country  

19/10/2020 | London 2020

Review: The Jump

Review: The Jump

Giedrė Žickytė’s documentary centres on the moving story of the Kudirka incident, known for several years as the US Coast Guard’s “Day of Shame”  

12/10/2020 | Warsaw 2020

Review: Mangrove

Review: Mangrove

Steve McQueen’s new effort is a stunning depiction of police brutality in Britain, highlighting the problem of institutionalised racism  

08/10/2020 | London 2020

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Warsaw title The Jump

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Warsaw title The Jump

The documentary helmed by Giedrė Žickytė will world-premiere at the Warsaw Film Festival this Friday  

06/10/2020 | Warsaw 2020

Review: The Truffle Hunters

Review: The Truffle Hunters

In their glorious documentary, Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw advise us to leave the gun, take the fungus  

05/10/2020 | Zurich 2020

Gregory Kershaw and Michael Dweck  • Directors of The Truffle Hunters

Interview: Gregory Kershaw and Michael Dweck • Directors of The Truffle Hunters

“Truffle hunters would never tell another truffle hunter that they’d found a truffle”

We talked to Gregory Kershaw and Michael Dweck, the duo behind one of the biggest delights of the year, The Truffle Hunters  

28/09/2020 | Zurich 2020

Series review: We Are Who We Are

Series review: We Are Who We Are

Luca Guadagnino’s eight-part HBO and Sky Italia show, screened at San Sebastián, is a gourmet’s delight, but some dishes disappoint  

25/09/2020 | San Sebastián 2020 | Out of Competition

Antonio Méndez Esparza • Director of Courtroom 3H

Interview: Antonio Méndez Esparza • Director of Courtroom 3H

“When I find myself in a situation I didn’t expect, I try to embrace it.”

Madrid-born director Antonio Méndez Esparza, now settled in the USA, returns with a new bid for the Golden Shell — Courtroom 3H, a documentary set in a Floridian family court  

25/09/2020 | San Sebastián 2020 | Competition

Review: Courtroom 3H

Review: Courtroom 3H

In his first documentary, Antonio Méndez Esparza keeps exposing the realities of life in the United States, this time from a Florida family court — where emotions are always running high  

24/09/2020 | San Sebastián 2020 | Competition

Review: Rifkin’s Festival

Review: Rifkin’s Festival

Woody Allen heads to San Sebastián, bringing with him his passion for travel, his neuroses and his love of (classic) film - a fantastical escape route which saves him from personal catastrophes  

18/09/2020 | San Sebastián 2020 | Out of Competition

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