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Roaming through Berlin

This past February, I had the opportunity to travel by myself for the very first time. I was not expecting this to happen to me at eighteen, but I was excited nonetheless. 573 more words

Film review - Kollektivet / The Commune (Thomas Vinterberg, 2016)

Danish director Thomas Vinterberg returns with his latest film Kollektivet, known as ‘The Commune’ in English-speaking countries. Set in 1970s Copenhagen, it revolves around architecture professor Erik (Ulrich Thomsen) and his wife Anna (Trine Dyrholm), who have inherited Erik’s gigantic childhood family home. 486 more words


UMP Recenzuje - Komuna

Thomas Vinterberg ma osobliwą zdolność do obnażania ludzkich ułomności uczuciowych w sposób niezwykle zawoalowany, co z dumą prezentuje także w Komunie. Jego film jest gorzką refleksją na temat przemijania uczuć i zabójczej dla ludzkiej natury niezmienności, ale pomimo solidnego ładunku emocjonalnego – … 536 more words


Polish Horror + Korean Crime

The 20th annual Fantasia Film Festival continues here in Montreal until August 3, and I am planning to get to a few more flicks before I have to depart early next week. 10 more words

Embracing Ice Maiden - on "Black Coal, Thin Ice" by Diao Yinan

Recent Chinese Art-house movies became such an exhilarating sensation that is hard to not miss. We are the rear end of this production line and we get surprised movie by movie. 92 more words


In-depth Review : Nakom, The Kusaal Film Putting Ghana On The Map

Inasmuch pictures are timeless, the abundance of films tends to make a lot of them forgettable. However, when a film is good, its taste stays in your mouth and lingers in your thoughts. 913 more words

Mexico’s Morelia Fest to Host Berlinale Spotlight

Mexico’s 14th Morelia Film Festival will host a Berlinale Spotlight as part of the  2016-17 Germany-Mexico Dual Year, a bilateral initiative promoting exchange in the arts and creative industries as well as trade, tourism, education, science and innovation. 338 more words