Anka and Wilhelm Sasnal’s It Looks Pretty from a Distance (Z daleka widok jest piekny, 2011)
In this film by Anka and Wilhelm Sasnal, idyllic nature belies the decaying reality that underlies it.
Colette de Castro reports from this year's Berlinale retrospective, reviewing an 1934 German-Hungarian comedy.
Colette de Castro met Calin Peter Netzer to talk with him about his new film.
Bobo Jelčić’s A Stranger (Obrana i zaštita, 2013)
Colette de Castro analyzes the use of time in Bobo Jelčić's film.
Danis Tanović’s An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker (Epizoda u životu berača željeza, 2013)
Danis Tanović’s new film tells the true story of Nasif and Senada who live in a small house in a poor Roma village.
Calin Peter Netzer’s Child’s Pose (Pozitia copilului, 2013)
Colette de Castro saw the new film by Calin Peter Netzer.
Kasia Adamik’s The Offsiders (Boisko bezdomnych, 2008)
Polish helmer Kasia Adamik illustrates the life of homeless people on the territory of Poland’s former National Stadium.
Federico Rossin, programmer of the Lussas Film Festival, speaks about Polish director Bogdan Dziworski’s oeuvre.
Kees Bakker, programmer of the Lussas Film Festival, talks about this year’s Baltic films at the états généraux du film documentaire festival.
Bogdan Dziworski’s Ski Scenes with Franz Klammer (1980), Classical Duel (1978), The Olympics (1978)
Colette de Castro finds common themes in three of Polish director Bogdan Dziworski's "sports" documentaries.
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