New York 2016 Review: FIRE AT SEA, Juxtaposition of the Refugee Crisis and Old Europe
Fire at Sea refuses to be a rhetorical documentary. There are no narrations nor sit down interviews with locals or 'experts' about how they feel about the tides of Immigrants coming ashore or what could be done about it. It is more of a straight up reportage on the ground, simply showing the magnitude of the crisis that begs your attention and understanding.
FICUNAM 2014 News: Full Lineup Revealed, With Miyazaki's THE WIND RISES As Opening Film
The lineup of FICUNAM 2014 is ready and things will kick off on February 27 with the Mexican premiere of one of the most anticipated films of the year: the final feature by animation master Miyazaki Hayao, The Wind Rises....
Review: SACRO GRA Looks More Like a Quiet Sheep Than a Golden Lion
"Come with me, my love, on the Great Ring Junction" was the beginning of a popular parody song by Corrado Guzzanti, one of Italy's most famous TV comedians, and for twelve years that was what the media had to say...