New Realisms and Old Joys
Lukas Armstrong-Laird and Alex Lei sat down in their Baltimore kitchen to reflect on Old Joy for its online screening at IFFR 50/50.
(Art)house Violence: I Didn’t Dare to Tell You
I Didn’t Dare to Tell You a true product of Taiwanese reality and mutilation by the censors turned it into a unique document of its times.
“Luminous pain, which unfolds as rhythm”: A Short Exchange on Limite and its Limitlessness.
Maximilien Luc Proctor and Ruairí McCann discuss Mário Peixoto’s Limite, its quixotic path to restoration, the position it occupies within the history of Brazilian cinema and its highly unique and prophetic form.
Xhanfise Keko: Two Times a Childhood of Confidence
Xhanfise Keko’s Tomka and His Friends and The Newest City in the World show the contributions of youthful idealism to a hopeful future.
Gotta Have Faith: Eric Rohmer’s A Tale of Winter
In the second of a four-part series on Rohmer’s Tales of the Four Seasons, Bram and Kaj discuss A Tale of Winter. This time, things get contentious.
Cinema Is Alive: The New African Film Festival 2021
On gems from the New African Film Festival 2021 that slap you in the face: This is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection, Back of the Moon, Our Lady of the Nile & Downstream To Kinshasa
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