CinemAsia On Tour provided a very interesting snapshot of current Taiwanese cinema, including On Happiness Road, The Great Buddha Plus and Hang In There, Kids!
Have you ever thought about when a house really becomes a home? You will, after seeing The Human Shelter, which had its world premiere at the AFFR.
At the AFFR (Architechture Film Festival Rotterdam), The Experimental City and Gaming the Real World present two sides of the same coin of the future of city planning.
At the 26th Hamburg film festival, Danish world premieres disappoint, while genre films offer unexpected positive surprises.
Every film of Resnais contains several scenes that focus on the haptic. Not only is the tactile in his films present in different ways, but it also has various sensory effects on the viewer.
Hu Bo’s first (and sadly last) film is an ambitious four-hour portrait of four characters trying to survive in a bleak world, in search of a mythical elephant that just sits there and ignores the world
A look at Sean Baker’s Tangerine as a meditation on the working classes within capitalism, a film where work is the common ground for everyone, emphasizing their similarities and differences.
Nandita Das’ Manto is no hagiography but still a celebration of the spirit and ideals of his work
Hong Sang-soo’s Hotel By The River saw its North American premiere at TIFF 2018
Today it’s exactly a year ago the extraordinary Harry Dean Stanton died. At Frameland we celebrate the actor with another look at both his most iconic and more obscure work.
We continue our TIFF coverage with Jafar Panahi’s 3 Faces, in which the filmmaker almost could be said to pay homage to his late mentor Abbas Kiarostami.
Despite making his first Spanish film with Everybody Knows, Iranian author Asghar Farhadi returns to familiar territory.
Claudi Moll takes a literary theory and applies it to a well-loved classic film.
As the 75th Venice Film Festival rolls on, we take a closer look at the contenders for the first ever Lion of St. Marcus in 1949, the award which would become the Golden Lion, the main award of the Venice Film Festival ever since.
Nishtha Jain captures the meaning and the importance of photography in India, in her documentary City of Photos.