Kuba Mikurda’s Escape to the Silver Globe (Ucieczka na srebrny glob, 2021)
Kuba Mikurda reassesses the political context Andrzej Żuławski navigated during the (failed) production of an ambitious sci-fi film.
Kuba Mikurda discusses his doc about a film project by Andrzej Żuławski that was terminated by Polish authorities in the late 1970s.
Lucian Pintilie’s Niki and Flo (Niki Ardelean, colonel în rezervă, 2003)
Lucian Tion examines how the failure of Niki and Flo prefigures the successes of the Romanian New Wave.
Svetla Tsotsorkova hunts for clichees and prejudices about life on the periphery.
Vinko Brešan’s What a Country! (Koja je ovo drzava!, 2018)
Vinko Brešan's mercurial comedy calls for the abolition of the Croatian state.
We met Croatian filmmaker Vinko Brešan to discuss his recent comedy and its political implications.
Dmitry Mamuliya’s The Criminal Man (Borotmokmedi, 2019)
Dmitry Mamuliya's film gets tangled up in its subjectivist premise.
Boris Missirkov and Georgi Bogdanov’s Palace for the People (2019)
Filmmaking duo Boris Missirkov and Georgi Bogdanov travel Eastern Europe to reflect on the lasting legacy of "people's palaces".
This tendentious documentary settles old scores concerning Communism in Russia.
Cătălin Mitulescu embraces the style and themes of the Romanian New Wave with this story about the ethics of police conduct.
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