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Interview: Joachim Trier, Kaya Wilkins and Eili Harboe on "Thelma"

Imagine there is such a power with which you can make anything possible? When I am saying anything, I mean – absolutely anything. But the question is, how far one with such an ability can go in order to take advantage of something inexplicable? 2,377 more words

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EUFF 2017 Review: "The Teacher" (2016) ★★★★

The film “The Teacher” captured my attention from its very first scene, where you see a bunch of people getting off the bus in the evening. 455 more words

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EUFF 2017 Review: "Nightlife" (2016) ★★★★★

I remember once talking to an old friend about a story covered in the news when a villager had been attacked by his cow. I felt sorry and sympathy for the man. 484 more words

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EUFF 2017 Review: "Boy on the Bridge" (2016) ★★★

There is always something going on in every family – no matter whether it’s a good or bad thing. It is another question whether the people from the outside are aware of the internal drama of the family.  339 more words

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EUFF 2017 Review: "Tenerezza: Holding Hands" (2017) ★★★★

Often, when we walk alone in the streets – upset, disappointed, and unwilling to do anything rational, we never think about what we’ve left behind, or how we can fix that vulnerable situation we’ve found ourselves in. 481 more words

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EUFF 2017 Review: "Gozo" (2016) ★★★★

How do we cope with the death of a loved one? Do the spirits of the deceased communicate with those they have left behind? And what if the one who is left behind is in fact at fault for losing their beloved person? 547 more words

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Festival Files: Dallas VideoFest "Alternative Fictions," Part 2

On the final day of the festival, the best selections continued to emerge in compact form, as the various shorts programs — especially ones presented by the Houston Film Commission — revealed the biggest amount of potential behind the lens. 755 more words

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