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Although one gets the impression that Trefz’s film yields to the scale and charisma of the artist’s character, the director is not completely uncritical and panegyrical towards Denevan.
In his Venice-award-winning “The Wasteland”, Ahmad Bahrami updates the image of Iran we are accustomed to at Western festivals.
Paris is sick and is no longer able to function independently. After many years of separation, his only daughter, Artemis, returns to Athens.
Camilleri portrays the stubborn masculinity with great subtlety, approaching his character with clear sympathy. Yes, the American-Maltese director’s neoralist picture is male-centered, but…
“Gerda” by Natalya Kudryashova is a clash of a delicate, innocent soul with wild everyday life in which one has to fight for survival.
If we were to imagine a slow cinema-style sitcom, it would be “The Girl and the Spider”.
Lipman mixes various orders by breaking the fourth wall, giving dolls a status equal to those of puppeteers, reviving them not only physically…
Second episode of Theory and History of Cinema – The Cinema of Narrative Integrity
In the second episode I talk about the 93th Academy Awards and the presence of disabled people during the gala.
TellTellingCinema is a non-cyclical series of podcasts devoted to cinema related issues. In the first episode I discuss the exploitation of women (and not only) in cinema (and not only).