‘Swamp’ was released on the internet last year in order to compete for the Lithuanian Film Awards (it was nominated in student competition) and it is currently playing at Vilnius International Film Festival – Kino Pavasaris.
Courage is a foreboding film, especially at the very ending; an excerpt from the re-staged play Discover Love thematizes the events from the late 90s, when a businessman and an opposition leader where kidnapped and executed by the OMON.
Bennett’s new role will build off of her work as the producer of POV Shorts, the public television series dedicated to short-form nonfiction films.
When I worked in an arts institution, a colleague asked me, “What does ‘festival experience’ mean?” At the time, I thought the question was daft. Surely, working in a building that houses such experiences would mean knowing that experience – something uniquely felt, but, at the same time, tied to a shared environment or atmosphere. […]
Working from Plukas’ austere, but precise script, Vytautas and Petronis are looking for an answer to the eternal science fiction gerne question: can androids gain experiences and forge their own identity and personality?
The reason why Interrogation stands out, apart from its perfect production design with its knowledge of the given period, is the elegance of its construction and execution.
Set to the sinister score composed by Richard Canavan, the film plays with the steel blue coldness at night and blinding whitness of the snowy landscape in daylight, with Steve Cardno’s photography that expands the feeling of entrapment.
Berlinale Shorts Competition The streets should be full of disco balls to give a touch of glamour to the big city gloom. I vote we install one in front of every single entrance of the colourless housing projects to shine a glittery light on their secret stars, just like in Diogo Costa Amarante’s Berlin Shorts […]
One wouldn’t expect to find a Syrian barber on such a tiny island as the Scottish Isle of Bute.