Love, loss and grieving have rarely been so painful as in Balázs Turai’s ‘Amok’.
…with a story that reveals itself slowly and never to the full, the actors have a complex task of dosing the emotions of their characters…
‘Microbiome’ could be interpreted as the short- and documentary extension to the Greek “weird wave” present in the fiction features that also tend to be a bit scientific and more than a bit anthropological (…)
If it was not official after ‘Summer Fruits’ (2019), ‘White Christmas’ and ‘Nine Months’ (both from 2020), now it became clear that Josip Lukić’s own family-themed documentary phase (2018 ‘Momsy’ and 2019 ‘The Rex Will Sail In’) is over
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 (…)
Anabela Angelovska’s documentary tells the story of the people who have left, but from the perspective of the place they left behind and yet hope to build.
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.