This quaint documentary is about an unusual pair of photographers who travel around Poland to “capture their beautiful country”.
Colette de Castro saw this disturbing documentary about a notorious serial killer and the obsession of a journalist with the criminal.
Colette de Castro addresses aspects of performativity and demonization in the light of this recent documentary.
Colette de Castro reviews this recent film compiled from police training videos from Hungary’s Communist era.
We talked to the co-directors of It Looks Pretty from a Distance about their non-Polish influences, painting, poetry, and nature's role in film.
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