Denis Klebleev goes to Kamchatka following two truck drivers delivering goods in this forlorn region of Russia.
This segment from Hungarian director Béla Tarr was part of the cooperative Visions of Europe project (2004).
Emil Christov on The Color of the Chameleon
Anastasia Eleftheriou met Christov at the Thessaloniki IFF to speak to him about his latest film.
Emil Christov’s The Color of the Chameleon (Zincograph, 2012)
In this spy film from 2012, a Bulgarian secret agent uses the system’s oppressive tactics against itself…
Anastasia Eleftheriou saw Mungiu’s early short films during this year’s tribute to the Romanian director at the Thessaloniki IFF.
We met Miguel Ángel Jiménez at the festival to talk to him about his new film.
Radoslav Pavković and Christina Hadjicharalambous on Loveless Zoritsa
The directors talk about their latest film.
Goran Paskaljević’s When Day Breaks (Kad svane dan, 2012)
An old musician sets out to discover his identity after finding out that his Jewish parents were persecuted during World War II.
Jan Hřebejk’s The Holy Quaternity (Svatá Ctverice, 2012)
Jan Hřebejk’s new film examines the endeavors of two couples to spice up their sex lives.
Radoslav Pavković, Christina Hadjicharalambous’ Loveless Zoritsa (Crna Zorica, 2012)
Zoritsa is the only girl born without a mustache in an all female family who have traditionally been born with mustaches….
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