We spoke to the director right before IDFA. Aurora’s Sunrise currently screens at Tallinn Black Nights, where she was also in attendance.
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The mundane life seen from behind the counter of a bakery is shown as a succession of fast-pacing scanned photographs and short videos.
‘Babajanja’ is a heartfelt short documentary that borrows horror elements to paint a picture of otherness, pointing out at the obvious fact that some people do not stand a chance of being accepted for what they are (…)
The film is done with a lot of emotional intelligence, close enough to the women and yet respectfully distanced to give them space to expess how they feel about their traumatic past
The Hungarian director Mátyás Kálmán has found a smooth way to document a life of two people who resisted the temptation of ruining the biggest asset they have – each other’s love, despite all odds.
Private video footage and the boy’s videos shot on the cell phone stand in contrast with Koridze’s sober, yet gentle eye
‘Diary of a Bride of Christ’ is an interesting, although a bit naive take on nuns and their views
The now and then share one thing in common – a sinister, depressing look of a place that went through different stages of industrialization, eating away the health and joy of its inhabitants.
Ana Nedeljković and Nikola Majdak Jr. return to the topic of the individuality loss and repetetivness in life previously explored in …