A short, hormonally charged drama ‘Armadila’ written and directed by Gorana Jovanović, opens with a close-up on a teen girl’s face, while she is listening to an old, somewhat forgotten new wave hit on her phone.
Uppsala International Short Film Festival
Lentzou lets the thoughts wander seemingly free like it’s sometimes the case with conversations, be it with the Universe or between people
The extremely simple style Molle opted for suits the film really well, so its elaborate, somewhat bizarre narrative and complex questions it poses could shine.
An ordinary, busy day at the swimming pool is interrupted by the unexpected visit of a couple of police officers willing to investigate the owner of a green Volvo parked outside
The battle of concepts, where freedom and privacy stand on one side and control and safety on another, is usually a battle of egos by the means of wits and willpower.
The Swedish directing duo Lucia Pagano and Vanja Sandell Billström spent a year filming people in parks in Stockholm over the course of seasons, studying their behaviour and activities
Sometimes, animation is a perfect vehicle for experiments.
While encouraging for the industry and overwhelmingly good as far as concerns the contemporary spate of news, it also makes me wonder why I haven’t – and might not for a while yet – visit a cinema.
Lori Felker does an extremely courageous thing to make a documentary about her own trauma.