• Variety | 5/18/2018 | Jay Weissberg
    It’s rare to find low budget, guerilla-style documentaries at major film festivals in these days of highly polished productions, but “To the Four Winds” hits the right political buttons, especially...
    440 views bab_ohh
  • Screen | 5/29/2018 | Melanie Goodfellow
    Screen International is the essential resource for the international film industry. Subscribe now for monthly editions, awards season weeklies, access to the Screen International archive and...
    488 views KHALED
  • Variety | 5/15/2018 | Jay Weissberg
    It’s quite an achievement to set back gay representation on Italian screens by about 30 years, but Valeria Golino’s second feature as director manages to accomplish that dubious feat.
    476 views vegdancer18
  • The Playlist | 5/23/2018 | Gregory Ellwood
    The best thing you can say about the 71st Festival de Cannes is that the truly bad movies were few and far between. That’s somewhat remarkable considering the programmers lost out on a few titles...
    305 views princia
  • Variety | 5/16/2018 | Maggie Lee
    Tracking an independent film crew on a difficult field research trip in Southwest China, Sixth Generation writer-director Zhang Ming’s “The Pluto Moment” ponders the relationship between life and...
    166 views EGFZE
  • Variety | 5/15/2018 | Jessica Kiang
    Perhaps it’s ultimately a good thing that the “coming out as gay in a repressive culture” subgenre has, by 2018, become familiar enough to have evolved its own clichés.
    608 views crazycool12
  • Variety | 5/14/2018 | Jessica Kiang
    The past can be a prickly thing. One of the strengths of Anja Kofmel’s part-animated documentary investigation into the death of her cousin Chris in Croatia in 1992 is that it does not attempt to...
    613 views iVchan
  • Variety | 5/15/2018 | Jessica Kiang
    We do not live in subtle times, and of all nuance-annihilating topics, few are as dramatically divisive as jihadism. Which makes Mohammed Ben Attia’s delicate portrait of devastation, “Dear Son,”...
    589 views Tanya9
  • Variety | 5/10/2018 | Alissa Simon
    Modest drama “One Day” shows 36 hours in a disintegrating marriage from the point of view of the wife — a middle-class mother of three — who is already maximally stressed by the petty problems of...
    168 views gabriella250
  • Variety | 5/17/2018 | Jay Weissberg
    In the Italian provinces, the Virgin Mary appears to a directionless woman who tries to reject her commands in Gianni Zanasi’s unremarkable “Lucia’s Grace.” Perhaps it’s cynical to suggest, but the...
    164 views morica
  • MUBI | 5/21/2018 | Staff
    Notebook is a daily, international film publication. Our mission is to guide film lovers searching, lost or adrift in an overwhelming sea of content. We offer text, images, sounds and video as...
    346 views entengo
  • Variety | 5/15/2018 | Peter Debruge
    Shame on Cannes. In what appears to be a deal with the devil, or one made with a gun to the back of his head, Cannes director Thierry Frémaux inexplicably agreed to give “Gotti” — the myth-building,...
    841 views madalina09
  • Variety | 5/13/2018 | Jessica Kiang
    A flock of sheep, fleeces and faces splattered with blood, mill around the camera in ovine alarm. The source of the blood is revealed: a young farmer standing among them, with an enormous spurting...
    737 views norma

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