The young actor stars in Paul Scharader’s The card Counter, in Competition at the Venice Film Festival.
Sassy Tiffany Haddish talks about her role in Paul Schrader’s The card Counter, at the Venice Film Festival.
The first film as a director by Maggie Gyllenhall, from a book by Elena Ferrante. A surprising gem.
A universally resonating revisitation of a dark page in Polish history.
A luminous Kirsten Dunst talks about the many shades of Rose, her charactre in Jane campion’s The Power Of The Dog.
An haunting role for an intense actor, and a nice man.
Bruhl’s directorial debut is a black comedy which in the end will make you question yourself and watch out for your neighbours.
A love story, the evil eye, Notti Magiche and Nanni Moretti: tradition, superstition and italian cinema in Koberidze’s cinema at the Berlinale.
Is it possible to fall in love with a robot? What do women and men look for in a relationship? I’m your man by Maria Schrader tries to answer.
A mom and her daughter’s adolescences intersect through a “memory box”.