This modern adaption of Euripides' play is centered around a strong yet unrelatable anti-heroine.
Maria Ignatenko considers the role of nostalgia and accountability in our relation to WWII.
A documentary reflection on trauma and the power of friendship.
Andrey Konchalovsky’s Dear Comrades! (Dorogie tovarischi!, 2020)
Andrey Konchalovsky offers an unstinting vision of the Novocherkassk massacre.
Elvin Adigozel's latest film paints a piecemeal portrait of the mundane.
Norika Sefa’s Looking for Venera (Në kërkim të Venerës, 2021)
Norika Sefa's debut feature is an impressive take on femininity, coming-of-age stories and town life.
A hybrid between historical film and sci-fi fiction, this film transports the siege of Leningrad to the future.
Małgorzata Szumowska and Michał Englert’s Never Gonna Snow Again (Śniegu już nigdy nie będzie, 2020)
A mysterious stranger brings peace to Warsaw's restless bourgeoisie.
Artem Aisagaliev portrays two brothers and their way of coping with the hardships of everyday life.
A student from Minsk navigates life between school and her father's nefarious legacy.
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