Filmed in just two static shots by a DSLR camera, ‘Weekend’ speaks volumes about the death penalty from a rarely employed angle
The beauty of imagery does its best to play with unusual, neon-like light and with the softness of the image itself that seems organic, almost analogue.
Manuel shows the nature of oppression in a discreet way, but firmly and constantly.
I wonder what sort of an education it is possible to get here when our Democracy and Rule of Law demand disrespect, seek intolerance and deliberately destroy individual liberty.
The interview the titular character is preparing for is so important that he can focus only on that, like an actor trying to improvize and then to memorize the text
Malebogo squeezes the maximum out of a relatively common and easily imaginable situation, asking all the right question by the means of the thrilling plot
Public transportation is the place where different demographic groups come into a short, but close contact with one another
Loose in its structure and free-wheeling regarding the pacing, Community Gardens perfectly recreates the feeling of warm and slow summer days.
By editing the material himself, Kuneika keeps the complete control over the film, converting it into a warm and funny short about the dentity confusion.