Zoe Aiano recounts the way WWII films from the Baltics have kept reassigning the roles of culprits, albeit always from a position of moral superiority.
Emir Kusturica’s On the Milky Road (Na mlečnom putu, 2016)
His latest strike proves once again that Kusturica is unwilling to bow to the rules of logic and good taste.
Jiří Sádek's folk-inspired horror film gets entangled in awkward moralizing.
Klára Trencsényi’s Train to Adulthood (Reményvasút, 2015)
Klára Trencsényi’s symbol-laden feature offers a biting critique of the modern social state.
Radu Jude's innovative feature is based on the writings of Romanian author Max Blecher.
In Mungiu's Graduation, a middle-aged doctor sees no future for his daughter in Romania.
Ralitza Petrova's bleak debut exploits the familiar, post-Socialist trope of corruption and despair.
Mirică speaks about his transition from screenwriter to director, the creative process and problems with mainstream storytelling.
Tomasz Wasilewski’s United States of Love (Zjednoczone stany miłości, 2016)
Tomasz Wasilewski's United States of Love intertwines the stories of four women during the post-'89 transitional period.
In Cristi Puiu's latest film, embittered disputes prelude a meal that may never get eaten.
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