A peculiar coming of age, self made, of a young girl who spends most of her time at home alone, in the Philippines at the end of the 80’s.
Torino Film Festival
A story of a man who is happier when his life is in pain: a strange and enticing film with a slick look and an undergound irony.
A wrap up talk on Torino Short Film Market 2018, with its director Jacopo Chessa.
The tale of Hana who wants desperately to flee from Jerusalem to a new life.
A short film from Romania, a humorous view of the dark times at the end of the 80’s.
When there’s no difference between a villain and an antihero: today’s Iceland seen through a thriller.
From the Wolfgang Petersen’s film to a TV series: Andreas Prochaska presents Das Boot in Turin.
A talk with one of the most important film publicists about festivals and how the promotion of a film has changed in the last 30 years.
A neorealistic Brazilian tale with an outstanding protagonist.
Shooting a film to exorcise the demons of the past: Bad Poems is the most personal film for Gábor Reisz.