Within less than a year from Pieces of Woman, Kornél Mundruczó and Kata Wéber explore, on film, what it means to being jewish today and living with memories and a legacy.
Tag: Cannes Film Festival
Three girls fighting for their right to choose their own best future.
The actors from Nadav Lapid’s competition film at the 74th Festival de Cannes remark on the importance of never taking freedom for granted.
The Un Certain Regard opening film, Onoda, is a story about resilience, resistance and the power of imagination as the most powerful force in human life.
The protagonist of Palme d’Or Winner Titane , Agathe Rouselle, talks about her unique experience acting in the film.
The Kalmyk filmmaker shares details about her forthcoming road movies.
Life in the world’s biggest Palestinian refugee camp.
The second chapter of the gigantic masterpiece The Story Of Film, from the words of its creator.
A very intense film on getting involved in the wirld around us and fight for what we know it is right. the story of a stubborn strong woman narrated by a sensible and committed director.
The Weekly Show with Matt Micucci by FRED Film Radio!