Ivana Mladenović’s Ivana the Terrible (Ivana cea Groaznică, 2019)
Ivana Mladenović blurs the lines between documentary and fiction as she turns the camera on herself.
Alanté Kavaïté’s The Summer of Sangaile (Sangailė, 2015)
Tormented city teenager Sangaile spends the summer at her wealthy parents’ estate in the countryside, where she discovers her sexual awakening.
Michale Boganim’s Land of Oblivion (La terre outragée, 2011)
Ana Riberio analyzes the transnational aspects of Michale Boganim's Land of Oblivion.
In this Russian film, a police mayor runs over a seven-year-old boy and tries to cover up the accident.
Corneliu Porumboiu’s When Evening Falls on Bucharest or Metabolism (Când se lasă seara peste Bucureşti sau Metabolism, 2013)
When The Evening Falls is a metalinguistic motion picture.
Andrzej Wajda’s Walesa, Man of Hope (Wałęsa. Człowiek z nadziei, 2013)
Andrzej Wajda’s latest film screened at this year's Rio de Janeiro IFF, where feelings about this work by the “master of historical film” were mixed.
The second feature by Polish filmmaker Katarzyna Roslaniec portrays adolescent life in capitalist Eastern Europe.
Ana Ribeiro discusses György Pálfi’s cult movie from 2006.
This investigative documentary by Alexandru Solomon retraces the activity of the Romanian service of Radio Free Europe during Ceaușescu’s reign.
Romanian screenwriter Razvan Radulescu speaks about his involvement in the films of the Romanian “New Wave” and his career.
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