In his debut fiction feature, Roman Bondarchuk returns to the chaos of the current political situation in Ukraine.
Tverdovsky's follow-up to his recent features is another story of outcasts.
Sonja Prosenc’s History of Love (Zgodovina ljubezni, 2018)
Sonja Prosenc is back at Karlovy Vary with a disappointing follow-up to her dreamy debut The Tree.
This late 1990s film recounts the normality of everyday life leading up to the Prague Spring.
This film portrays at once the immense fragility of a woman who has been enslaved for ten years by a Hungarian family, and her startling strength.
Gustav Machatý’s Erotikon (1929) and Ecstasy (Ekstase, 1933)
These two films by Gustav Machatý try to capture the uncapturable - the female orgasm.
Petr Václav pulls his favorite actor out of jail and into a story of anarchy and adventure.
A middle-aged zoo worker reinvents herself after starting to grow a tail in this unconvential feature by Ivan Tverdovsky.
Cristian Mungiu’s Graduation (Bacalaureat, 2016)
Colette de Castro reviews Cristian Mungiu's latest film.
Mira Fornay’s My Dog Killer (Môj pes Killer, 2015) & Radu Jude’s Aferim! (2015)
Colette de Castro discusses discrimination against Roma children through an analysis of My Dog Killer and Aferim!.
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