This Armenian feature about a recent massacre is weighed down by its lack of context.
This loose adaptation of Kafka's eponymous short story is a playful, and often provocative exercise in cinematic genres.
Matuszyński’s debut feature paints unfamiliar fantasies in Poland's years of westernization.
Oddly chic for its subject matter, Danis Tanović’s Levi-inspired competition entry is a failed attempt at political filmmaking.
We met with Kosovan director Ivan Qosja and his son Donat, who plays the main character in his father’s new film.
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