Ascher approaches the topic in a pretty standardized American way, relying on the interviews with the selection of the film’s subjects, mostly fans of the theory.
‘Babi Yar. Context’ is a strongly unpleasant, yet immersive experience (like a lot of Loznitsa’s work in general) with a powerful humane message.
Best known for action comedies like ‘Shaun of the Dead’, ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’ and ‘Baby Driver’, British director Edgar Wright celebrates the remarkably long and rich career of veteran art-rock surrealists Sparks in his first ever documentary.
Jasmina Beširević’ short documentary ‘Bosnian Broadway’ is a portrait of the young generation of artists who are aware of their tiny spot in the world of entertainment, despite of great talent and hard work.
There was a sense of embarassement and shock in Cypress back in 2019, when the local activist Maria Mapporidou had to point out the obvious both to the public and the authorities – there was a serial killer on the island who targeted foreign female domestic workers
I never thought that I would have a problem to get the finances for my next film in Slovenia, especially after the success of Class Enemy (Fedeora Award of Critics Week in Venice 2013) and The Family (Grand Prix at Locarno Critic’s Week in 2017)
Interview with Špela Čadež: “You challenge yourself by trying something for weeks, and then it suddenly opens up”
Domestic abuse is a very important subject to talk about. Even if we started making the film before all these lockdowns, the topic has become more important to address over the past year and a half.
The film refers to an everyday experience: inwardness and minimal „privacy“ amid public space by simply putting on headphones with music.
In ‘Penalty Shot’, Biček demonstrates both his courage and elegance in the filmmaking approach.