Shooting a film to exorcise the demons of the past: Bad Poems is the most personal film for Gábor Reisz.
Torino Film Festival
It’s never too late to stop surviving and start living.
How to make a perfect thriller with a low budget and only one location.
Richard E. Grant talks about his new film, his career and the bit of luck linked to all of that.
An impressive documentary from a deeply committed director, an emotional awakening facing today’s world.
A political and apocalyptic film, in the best American tradition, with such a boldness and a brutal simplicity that American movies do not have anymore.
The founder of IMDB is one of the members of the International Jury at the Torino Film Festival. The right occasion for us to learn about the birth of IMDb, and more.
A nuanced and nostalgic coming-of-age tale following young Howie in New York who must navigate the breakdown of his parent’s marriage as well as his own adolescence.
Human relations are important, now even more in the crazy world we live in. A real friendship can happen even in the weirdest way, like in Papi Chulo.
Is it right to judge a politician by his private life choices instead of his political agenda?