After winning three awards in the Locarno’s Cineasti del Presente competition this summer, Juraj Lerotić lands in competition at the 34th Trieste Film festival with his autobiographical debut film “Safe Place”.
Kristina is not jus a portrait of a trans woman, but of a person who deals with the world, as Nikola Spasic tells us.
A chat with an iconic actor about his beginnings and the masterpieces of his career.
A debut film, a nostalgic and melancholic look on how difficult it is to process grief and accept the loss of someone dear.
“A film about the journalists and all the women who stood up to tell their stories”: Maria Schrader on She Said’s essential drive and focus.
A gentle tale about anarchy.
A monologue on love and relationships, the words of Tolstoj’s wife are so modern and contemporary it almost hurts.
The three key characters, next to Cate Blanchett, in Tar by Todd Fields reveal themselves.
Patricia Clarkosn tells us about his intense and vivid portrait of a dyng woman in Andrea poallaoro’s Monica, at the Venice festival.
An astonishing film, strong and simple, with a masterful performance of Brendan Fraser. A must-see.