In his graduation short from the Baltic Film, Media and Arts School in Tallinn ‘Days Without’, Ívar Erik Yeoman tackles a heavy-weight topic: depression and its consequences, showing genuine understanding for the working class milieu his drama is set up in.
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‘The Best Days’ is a film about coming to terms with approaching that time in life when one should make a decision about letting it go, dropping everything one holds dear
Wes Andersson would be impressed with Nikulás Tuma’s attempt at symmetrical framing in this dialogue-free comedy experiment
Flight of The Puffin is a fine short documentary that takes us to a barely known world of puffin hunters who are at the same time their biggest protectors – a strange circle of love and kill, difficult to grasp.
Just Animals is a sincere film made of good intentions. It’s an intimate portrait of a group of people dedicated to the animal activism…
Emanuele Gerosa is genuinly curious about people, not subjects. His documentaries feel like being scripted at moments, because he comes so close to his characters that they drop their guard.
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.
One day, Sei-Chen (Seitaro Hara) gets a strange reaction on the breakfast prepared by his mom (Kanako Higashi). He seems to be upset by the very look at the sliced tomato and he tosses it on the floor before running out of the house. From that moment on the boy will avoid eating tomatoes with […]
Vytautas Katkus’s photography is as sinister as the atmosphere of ‘Techno, Mama’.