24/08/2020

ANDREI TARKOVSKY. A CINEMA PRAYER

The son of the Russian film master makes a doc worthy of his father’s legacy.

19/08/2020

FRIEDKIN UNCUT

Doc chronicle of unconventional filmmaking master William Friedkin.

18/08/2020

KUBRICK BY KUBRICK

Rare audio interviews with cinema master Stanley Kubrick foreground a dazzling selection of the late director’s most memorable movie moments.

15/08/2020

Review: Good Night

The story about two children who manage to get out of trouble…

15/08/2020

Review: Hello Ahma

In this heart-warming story about a child’s imaginative ways of dealing with death, two worlds are clashing together.

15/08/2020

Review: A Sister and a Brother

Regarding the story itself, it is almost as foggy as the enterios it’s playing in.

14/08/2020

Review: Terminal

Terminal is a mysterious story about an elderly lady…

14/08/2020

Review: 16. December

The film doesn’t only address mysoginy, it shows the consequences of its acceptance.

14/08/2020

Review: Mizaru

This finely woven story speaks of the abuse of power and hypocrisy in a society…

14/08/2020

Review: Infidel

Can a person just return to the society? What about the stigma, does it stay forever?

12/08/2020

Review: Soon It Will Be Dark

This film is another example of a lyrical examination of people’s interaction with the environment.

12/08/2020

Review: Once Upon a Youth

Ivan Ramljak’s Once Upon a Youth is the filmmaker’s personal journey into the reconstruction of his youth friendship…

12/08/2020

Rebellious like National

A heart-splitting outcry for bettering, thus redefining the concerns judged as primary from elders.

11/08/2020

Review: Homelands (2020)

Several questions arise from Homelands, how much of it is documentary and how much is the fiction being the central one.

11/08/2020

Review: Speak So I Could See You

A masterpiece and one of the best documentaries on the festival circuit now.

10/08/2020

Film Review:  COUP ‘53

An ode on how the past ties with the present, forging unwanted connections that can either be liberating or condemning.