Lives Lost to Time at IFFR 2022
Though few films at IFFR 2022 touched on the pandemic directly, many strikingly came across as elegies mourning ways of life lost to time.
Still not Happy Together?
Let Me Hear It Barefoot places itself at an interesting point in the history of queer film.
Coming of Age at IFFR 2022
The challenges of youngster, by painting a picture of protagonists in their habitat. On As in Heaven, Noche de fuego, La ruche and Shabu.
This Is Thriller, Thriller Night at IFFR 2022
On the trillers Zalava, Saloum, Inexorable and Assault.
Catching Friendship in Kim Min-Young of the Report Card
Lee Jae-eun and Lim Jisun’s Kim Min-Young of the Report Card has a rich inner life and is a nice reminder of the importance of friendship.
Hope Is A Terrible Thing: Sundance 2022
It stings when rebuked and every time you attempt to refill your stores you remember how quickly it was drained out of you last time.
Reincarnations, Doppelgangers, Smugglers and the Patriarchy.
The mesmerising highs, creamy middles and tedious lows of the Indian cinema selection at IFFR 2022.
Fantasy, Drugs and Seriousness: Animation at IFFR 2022
The refugee crisis, drug addiction and cultural revolution in China in the 1960s, how do these phenomena influence a single person’s life and what does a personal story say about a whole society? On The Island, Battlecry and Silver Bird & Rainbow Fish
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