Men destroy what they create. As we have built our society over millennia, we tend to tear them down when they are no longer serve our interests.
The classical, evergreen idea about the family resentments resurfacing in the moment of crisis is matched with Figenschau’s sure-handed execution
Composed of longer takes by static camera, so all of them feel almost like real-time, and filmed on 35 mm stock, Oslo is a marvel to look at.
It is a rare occasion that a documentary captures the tension of a crime thriller and the intensity of the emotions running within a family.
Those have experienced Kotzamani’s previous films – such as Washingtonia or Limbo – will know that a straightforward reading of her work would be to miss the point.
Artist and filmmaker Mark Jenkin, armed with a Super 8 camera, embarks on a road trip across the South coast of England to look for the cottage of Derek Jarman
In his second feature-length documentary Midnight Family, the American filmmaker of the young generation Luke Lorentzen takes us to the streets of Mexico City where the Ochoa family that operates an ambulance.
Examining filmmaking from the ground up, Mark Cousins covers 40 topics from technical aspects such as framing and editing to more abstract notions such as The Meaning of Life and Bodies.
Hard, Cracked the Wind reads the single line of poetry written on a clean white sheet of paper.