The writer/ director Jimmy Olsson manages quite well to unmask the hypocrisy of well-meant actions that easily turn into a patronizing fiasco
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We present an exclusive first look at the trailer of Annie St-Pierre’s short drama ‘Like The Ones I Used to Know‘ that awaits its world premiere in the 2021 Sundance Film Festival Short Film program on January 28th. Ahead of Sundance where it will be screened in the festival’s 1st digital edition, and should the […]
Most of the stories are heart-breaking and sobering in pointing at the lack of any kind of support for victims of violence, leaving the Iranian women with endurance as the only option.
A notch above a typical coming of age film, Shirley Temple aims at exploring emotional bonding between women of same and different generations.
Children from Antwerp, Athens and Sarajevo were asked to interprete the fragments of their towns caught on the sticky surface of the rolls of transparent tapes they rolled on the surfaces of just anything they found interesting.
Dialogue free and focused on (some of) 750 dogs sheltered in ‘Le Cœur sur la Patte’ sanctuary in Agadir (Morocco), Mutts almost doesn’t feel like a documentary regarding the way it was approached cinematographically.
I do admit that having “a semi-clothed” face in the cinema wasn’t something I immediately embraced mentally, although I did physically. It took me a while not to pay attention to it and fully concentrate on the film I was watching.
‘Mama’ is a film about the mutual healing process of the chimpanzee babies and their carer, all of them marked by deep traumas.
In his short documentary Carbón, the Swiss director Davide Tisato shows the life of Ismael and Nivardo as the citizens of the world of the underprivileged working class.