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Planet Petrilia

Following events in a Romanian mining town, Planet Petrila charts the struggles of the local inhabitants as they attempt to save industrial buildings from destruction.

Andrei Dăscălescu on Planet Petrila

Documentary filmmaker Andrei Dăscălescu speaks about his portrait of a mining town struggling to resist its obliteration.

My Happy Family

This Georgian Berlinale entry tells the story of a family woman and her sudden urge to live an independent life.


Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov’s second feature is a technically flawless bleak comedy about an ordinary man’s descent to hell.


Šarūnas Bartas addresses the Ukrainian elephant in the room by thematically picking up the country’s ongoing, political crisis.

Chrysanthemum’s Time

A recent widow roams through Kiev to re-negotiate her place in the world.

Scarred Hearts

Radu Jude’s innovative feature is based on the writings of Romanian author Max Blecher.


Bartosz Kowalski’s controversial debut features follows two school boys as they spread danger and despair.

Ana, mon amour

Călin Peter Netzer’s latest feature revolves around a couple and their antipodal fates.

On Body and Soul

Ildikó Enyedi’s On Body and Soul, winner of the Golden Bear, suffers from its stylistic eclecticism.

It’s Not the Time of My Life

Szabolcs Hajdu is back with a feature starring his family as cast and their apartment as setting.

Valley of Peace

Clarence Tsui retraces the unlikely historical background of this 1956 Yugoslav drama.

Class Enemy

Rok Biček’s first feature is a fascinating psychodrama which concentrates on the metaphysics of blame.

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