My 2016 or 24 films by 24verite
The official selection of the 24 films that marked the cinematic year of 2016.
It's very strange to give a Swiss cinema award, because there is no Swiss Cinema.
Argyris Papadimitropoulos’ third feature film is a bleak and bittersweet cul-de-sac set under the glaring Aegean sun.
In his sophomore film, Kleber Mendonça Filho penetrates Brazilian falsely beautified society through Sônia Braga's stunning performance.
Albert Serra’s cinema once again reaches the boundaries of experimentalism as he explores the historic figure (and death) of Louis XIV. Wilf Family Foundation Award at the 33rd Jerusalem International Film Festival.
The official selection of the 24 films that marked the cinematic year of 2015.
Sergei Loznitsa investigates the events that took place in Leningrad, after a failed coup d’état and marked Soviet Union's end, by creating a grainy prequel of his previous doc, Maidan.
Dalibor Matanić makes a different post-traumatic approach of the Yugoslav wars as love has to stand in front of any inter-ethnic conflicts.
Senem Tüzen explores if Motherland could be the place of reconciliation of past and present in an ongoing love-hate relationship between a mother and her daughter.
An in-depth interview with Thessaloniki's Balkan Survey programmer Dimitris Kerkinos in order to discover if the Balkan Cinema really exists.