The video-essayistic traveling memoir by Marta Popivoda explores the intersection of historical and personal memory.
Berlinale 2021 Preview: Radu Jude, Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Hong Sangsoo, Céline Sciamma, Bence Fliegauf to Bow in Main Competition
The 71st edition of Berlinale Film Festival will unfold in two stages, as a virtual affair for industry professionals in March and as a physical event for the public in June.
Debut director Juja Dobrachkous' delivers a formalist spin on a gynocentric coming-of-age story.
Rotterdam 2021 Review: THE NORTH WIND, The Ritual of Love and Death in Ornamental Fable on the Treacherous Comfort of Timelessness
Russian filmmaker Renata Litvinova immerses multigenerational magical realist melodrama into opulent theatrical grandeur.
Rotterdam 2021 Review: Political Cyber-Thriller LONE WOLF, A Visual Experiment With an Allure of Genre Film
Jonathan Ogilvie reimagines Joseph Conrad´s The Secret Agent for the era of surveillance capitalism.
The Apocalypse gets put on hold in a surreal drama from Brazil about mankind's struggle to adapt to a new normal.
The standout film of 2021 Sundance demystifies the porn industry through a female lens.
Rodney Ascher nose-dives into the rabbit hole of simulation theory argument in a cyber-acid documentary.
Sundance 2021 Review: Orwell Meets Švankmajer in Retro-Futuro Metaphysical Romance Adventure STRAWBERRY MANSION
Writer-directing duo Albert Birney and Kentucker Audley deliver an escapist analog fantasy imbued with a technicolor retro vibe.
One of the great advantages of ScreenAnarchy's global writing staff is that our individual end-of-year lists always have a least a few titles that the rest of us have not only not seen, but likely haven't heard of. And I'm...
The Czech director Petr Zelenka delivers timely psychological and political thriller Droneman tackling the current zeitgeist. For mainstream and arthouse audience alike.
Esteemed Latvian director Laila Pakalniņa merges documentary conventions with the practice of single-shot films to bring the timeless tale into the era of narcissism
The Danish newcomer Jonas Kærup Hjort delivers a whimsical traumedy submerged in a variety of existentialist shades.
Oskar Roehler portrays the tortured genius in an unrestrained biopic about Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Warsaw 2020 Review: PREPARATIONS TO BE TOGETHER FOR AN UNKNOWN PERIOD OF TIME, Low-Key Love and Madness
Lili Horvát´s sophomore feature offers an introverted take on l´amour fou in slow-burning psychological melodrama about a romance that could have been.
Catalan filmmaker Kike Maíllo will debut his latest film, a psychological thriller, in the Official Fantàstic Competition at Sitges Film Festival.
Director Mario Piredda's feature debut stars Nora Stassi, Luciano Curreli, and Piero Marcialis and is as capricious and unchained as a teenage spirit, but with a political message.
Febiofest Prague 2020 Review: WE HAD IT COMING, Artful Thriller Battles Objectification, Masculinity
Director Paul Barbeau's first English language feature stars Natalie Krill, Alexia Fast and Erin Agostino.
Venice 2020 Review: Silly Off-Kilter Comedy YELLOW CAT Harbors Bleaker Socio-Existential Observations Underneath
Adilkhan Yerzhanov's latest absurdist tragicomedy lands as close as possible to Terrence Malick's 'Badlands' as reimagined by Roy Andersson.
Filipino auteur Lav Diaz netted the Best Director award at the 2020 Venice Film Festival for his latest oeuvre.