Asif Rustamov’s Cold as Marble (Mermer Soyugu, 2022)
A story of mad desire that does not quite hit home.
This animated documentary follows the true story of a survivor of the Armenian genocide.
We met Armenian filmmaker Inna Sahakyan to speak about her animated documentary Aurora’s Sunrise.
The domestic short film selection at this year's Golden Apricot film festival turned the gaze inwards.
We sat down with Polish filmmaker Ola Jankowska to discuss her debut feature.
A woman returns home to see her sick father.
Lost for eighty years, this rediscovered avant-garde short recently premiered at the BFI film festival.
Bohdan Sláma’s Shadow Country (Krajina ve stínu, 2020)
Bohdan Sláma depicts the moral downfall of a Czech village following WWII.
Bohdan Sláma speaks about the development of his latest film, and reflects on its tenets and aesthetics.
We spoke to Ivan Ramljak during the DokuFest Prizren, where his collage-film Once Upon a Youth won the Balkan Doc competition.
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