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Toronto 2019


167 articles available in total starting from 31/10/2018. Last article published on 23/09/2019.

Review: ZANA

Review: ZANA

Antoneta Kastrati’s feature debut is an homage to the unseen victims of a war that started 20 years ago but which continues to torment an entire silent generation  

09/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Discovery

Giuseppe Capotondi • Director of The Burnt Orange Heresy

Interview: Giuseppe Capotondi • Director of The Burnt Orange Heresy

“I wanted to give my film a Hitchcockian flair”

VENICE 2019: We talked to Giuseppe Capotondi, the director of this year’s closing film, The Burnt Orange Heresy, starring Elizabeth Debicki, Claes Bang and… Mick Jagger  

09/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Out of Competition

Alex Gibney  • Director of Citizen K

Interview: Alex Gibney • Director of Citizen K

“I thought Khodorkovsky’s story might be an opportunity to talk about how power works in Russia”

VENICE 2019: American documentarian Alex Gibney discusses his Citizen K and tells Cineuropa a bunch of Russian tales at the Venice Film Festival  

09/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Out of Competition

Review: Military Wives

Review: Military Wives

Peter Cattaneo’s dramatisation of a true story pleasantly hits familiar notes  

09/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Special Presentations

Review: Two of Us

Review: Two of Us

Filippo Meneghetti comes onto the scene with a very clever and finely tuned first feature film, excellently acted by Barbara Sukowa and Martine Chevallier  

09/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Discovery

Valentyn Vasyanovych  • Director of Atlantis

Interview: Valentyn Vasyanovych • Director of Atlantis

“In Ukraine, you have to be an optimist”

VENICE 2019: With the help of producer Vladimir Yatsenko, this time providing interpretation, Cineuropa chatted to Valentyn Vasyanovych about Atlantis, named Best Film in this year’s Orizzonti  

09/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Orizzonti

Review: Proxima

Review: Proxima

France’s Alice Winocour puts her name to an original and very well-executed film on space exploration, painting a portrait of a female astronaut and her daughter  

08/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Platform

Review: My English Cousin

Review: My English Cousin

With style and great attention to detail, the Swiss-Algerian director Karim Sayad observes the day-to-day of a man wrestling with the dilemmas of his life  

06/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | TIFF Docs

Review: Pompei

Review: Pompei

John Shank and Anna Falguères deliver a crepuscular tale of unconditional love, starring Garance Marillier and Aliocha Schneider  

06/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Discovery

Mattie Do  • Director of The Long Walk

Interview: Mattie Do • Director of The Long Walk

"A reflection about faith and destiny"

VENICE 2019: Laotian director Mattie Do, who grew up in Los Angeles, talks to us about her new film The Long Walk, in competition in the Giornate degli Autori  

06/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Giornate degli Autori

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