Being happy is a tough business. At times, a job for “predators”.
An enchanting visionary tale set in the jungle on the Mexico-Belize border in 1920’s becomes a metaphor-message against nature exploitation and patriarchy.
The drama of forced abortions.
Maya Hawke is the old fashioned star of Gia Coppola’s second film Mainstream.
The director of The furnace talks to FRED about his first feature film, set in 1890’s outback Australia.
An extraordinarily important documentary on the Nazi Era, and the memory of it.
The lead actress in Gaza Mon Amour talks about the forgotten situation in the Strip.
An individual’s struggle for relevance in contemporary Indian society.
A surreal tale about memory and identity, with a dry humor and an existential touch.
A gorgeously looking Oporto is the set for this film about gentrification and becoming adult.