There are couple of things that stick to one’s memory after watching Chloé Robichaud’s short Delphine based on Nathalie Doummar’s play adapted for the screen:
Venice International Film festival
Two young lovers wake up one morning after a night involving a big spliff, and Sung-min (James Chung) immediately starts looking for the proof they had protected sex.
The main character of Jamie Helmer’s & Michael Leonard’s film The Diver, Callan (Nicholas Denton) isn’t someone you’d like to befriend and even less to have as an enemy.
The Portuguese director Leonor Teles is painting a wonderfully accomplished picture of Porto’s rapid urban change and its consequences through the eyes of the main protagonist Vicente Gil and his family.
“The Tears Thing” is a story sharp as a knife, or rather – painful as a bullet piercing human flash, and it was one of the contenders of the Orizzonti shorts competition at the Venice International Film festival.
Visually inspired by the artwork of Woodroffe’s aunt Carmen Silva whose monochrome paintings were “violent, seductive, static, erotic and outrageous”, as the director describes them in his own words…
What a strange and, frankly, indescribable viewing experience it is, right from its overly long title taken from an out of context line of dialogue fired by one of the film’s characters.
As we all know, laughter is therapeutic. It raises the level of hormones responsible for feeling happy. If it is natural and hearty, that is. Probably everyone could and should find something to laugh about
When the fire broke out at the rock club Colectiv in Bucharest, Romania during the concert of a local heavy metal band, 27 of the visitors died instantly and about 180 injured were rushed into hospitals.