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Hong Kong Festival Youth Prize Won by 'Life'

First time director, Zhang Hanyi’s “Life After Life” won the Firebird Award, the top prize in the young cinema competition at the Hong Kong International Film Festival. 166 more words



Ostatni film sławnego chińskiego reżysera JIA Zhang’ke MOUNTAINS MAY DEPART (tłum. STRACONA KRAINA), wyprodukowany w roku 2015 podbija świat. Ostatnio zdobył palmę w Cannes. Pierwsze sceny rozgrywają się w czasie obchodów Chińskiego Nowego Roku (1999) w zapyziałym klubie w jakimś górniczym miasteczku; w tle motyw muzyczny “Go West” Pet Shop Boys. 1,132 more words


Screening Room: 'Mountains May Depart'

Now that the Chinese stock market is whipsawing from highs to lows and the permanent growth cycle appears to be broken, it’s probably the perfect time for a state-of-the-nation drama from one of the great modern Chinese directors: Jia Zhangke. 147 more words

Film - New

EVERYBODY'S FINE (2016) review

Giuseppe Tornatore’s Stanno Tutti Bene, released to a mostly rapturous reception in 1990 but a bit forgotten nowadays, had already been remade and transposed from Italy to the United States in Kirk Jones’s  541 more words

Film Reviews

Les béliers - Au delà des montagnes - The big short


Les béliers

de Grimur Hakonarson

Sigurour Sigurjonsson, Theodor Juliusson

Dans un coin paumé d’Islande, deux frères vieillissants qui se partagent la terre familiale ne se parle plus depuis plusieurs décennies. 1,382 more words

Films En Salle 2015

The People's Republic of Loneliness: Jia Zhangke's "Mountains May Depart"

Jia Zhangke’s first movie about his hometown since Unknown Pleasures (2002), Mountains May Depart (2015) is both a throwback to his early work and something of a departure. 561 more words