The portrait of a woman nad her family of men in contemporary Iran.
A provocative thriller of the relationship between religion and public power in Egypt.
A beautifully filmed, written and interpreted adaptation of Paolo Cognetti’s novel “Le otto montagne”.
(Synthetic) Diamonds lasts forever. At the 72 Berlinale, a documentary discussing the real value of the gems representing the ultimate symbol of committed love.
Ursula Meier talks about her film “The Line” and the meaning of symbolism in her work.
Finding love in the most unexpected way.
Exploring the nuances of women’ sexuality.
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.