Marko Škop’s Let There Be Light (Nech je svetlo, 2019)
Masculinity hits back in rural Slovakia in Marko Škop’s highly unfunny feature.
This documentary follows the staging of a Croatian theater play that reflects on the sad legacy of ethnic strife.
Hamlet makes several cameos in Alexander Gorchilin's frustrating if highly aestheticized debut about Gen Yer aimlessness.
Can Vitaly Mansky's documentary about his family and Ukraine at war live up to its reputation of bridging Eastern-Western divides?
Ivan Salatić’s You Have the Night (Ti imaš noć, 2018)
Ivan Salatić’s debut feature is clumsily poised between personal drama and city study.
Revisiting the Ongoing Debates Concerning Věra Chytilová’s “Feminism”
Konstanty Kuzma asks why we keep returning to a debate that seems settled.
S. Komandarev, M. Szymków, L. Dombrovszky, E. Moskvina & M. E. Scheidt’s Occupation 1968 (2018)
This collaborative feature misidentifies the ghosts that haunt Europe today.
This Slovak-Ukrainian co-production picks up two themes whose relevance has only increased since its release last year.
This look at teenage angst suffers from a superficial engagement with its narrative underpinnings.
Bojana Burnać’s My Life Without Air (Moj život bez zraka, 2017)
Bojana Burnać dives into free diving, an extreme underwater sport.
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