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  • Nena

    If her first film is anything to go by, Dutch writer/director Saskia Diesing is definitely...

  • A Perfect Place

    Freshly crowned with the Award Dialogue en Perspective at the Berlinale 2015 Independent Juries ceremony,...

  • Sibylle (Like a Cast Shadow)

    Thrilling, horror-esque images accompanied by climactic music open this Michael Krummenacher film, followed by the...

  • Out of My Hand

    Out of My Hand is the second foreign production narrative film ever shot in Liberia,...

  • Murder in Pacot

    The devastating aftermath of the 2010 Haitian earthquake forms the dark setting for an exploration...

  • Im Spinnwebhaus

    Childhood tends to be portrayed sentimentally – an understandable outcome when authors and filmmakers (and...

  • Misfits

    Misfits seems to be a controversial title for a film that attempts to deal with...

  • Zurich

    Dutch filmmaker Sacha Polak’s second feature film is a dark tale about lost love, grief,...

  • Love, Theft, and Other Entanglements

    Over the past few years, cinema from the Middle East has been ostentatiously self-aware. The...

  • Eisenstein in Guanajuato

    The central themes of Eros and Thanatos in Peter Greenaway’s new biopic of Russian master...