Book review: 'Scratches and Glitches: Observations on Preserving and Exhibiting Cinema in the Early 21st Century' by Jurij Meden (Austrian Filmmuseum, 2021)
The most wonderful thing about this book is its merry and entirely deliberate level of self-contradiction.
In Mourning with Minari, Lee talks about the shared space of cinematic light, and asks, “Isn’t that what movies are for? To ...
The management of the Cairo International Film Festival has announced that it will hold it’s 43rd edition from Dec 1st to Dec ...
In her new position, Dilday will oversee all aspects of AmDocs programs and operations, including production and programming, community engagement and education, ...
Bennett’s new role will build off of her work as the producer of POV Shorts, the public television series dedicated to short-form ...
Vytautas Katkus: I find it easier to express how I feel about certain things in images than when talking to people
You can interpret the lack of conversation in so many ways. It is physical and personal.
Emanuele Gerosa is genuinly curious about people, not subjects. His documentaries feel like being scripted at moments, because he comes so close to his characters that they drop their guard.
A joy for one person can be a pain for the other.
Neither Kovačević nor Radovanović preach in ‘Another Spring’, but having Radovanović, an open and vocal critic of the current Serbian régime and the way it handled the pandemic, is certainly a political statement.
The two stories, one individual portrait of a person used to exist in quite rigid and uneventful environment marked by the never-changing routines, and a group portrait of “easy riders”, come to a joint end in the setting resembling a Western movie, dipped in warm colours of the 16mm footage.
With ‘Caricaturana’ the prolific Radu Jude delivers a film that astutely references history and art as it weaves along a journey that ultimately delivers a biting bit of satirical commentary.
We present an exclusive first look at the trailer of Samir Karahoda’s short ‘Pa Vend’ (Displaced) that runs for Palme D’Or in the Short Film Competition of Cannes Film Festival In front of its world premiere on July 16th in Cannes, we bring you the exclusive trailer of the Kosovar film director Samir Karahoda’s sophomore […]