Billy Wilder made three films in Berlin throughout his career, each time portraying the capital of Germany in a different light. Together, they retroactively serve as an unintended warning to modern western civilisation.
Jakob Cedergren in The Guilty (2018) If you look up the definition of ‘film’, you’ll certainly find something like “a series of moving images” or “a series of still images that create the illusion of movement”. In other words, when we think of film, we think about what can be seen on a screen. The […]
With his small digital video camera in tow, Wang has unprecedented access to their lives, observing their being as if there were no camera in his hands. He simply becomes part of their lives.
David Oelhofen succesfully expands on a Camus short story by taking a political stance on French colonialism in Algeria Camus avoided, without getting overtly political but instead using western and road movie genre tropes to subtly explore the relationship between Europeans and Algerians in the 1950s.