Savina Petkova is a Bulgarian, London-based film critic whose works have been published in MUBI Notebook, The Quietus, photogénie and more. She's also a PhD candidate at King's College London workin on metamorphoses in contemporary cinema.
by Sabrina Vetter
Memory is a tricky thing. It is subjective, selective, interchangeably, context-dependent, and all of that at the same time. Maria Estela Paiso’s ‘It's Raining Frogs Outside’ delves into these unpre …
by Inge Coolsaet
After the translation of a personal experience of racial profiling in post-apartheid South-Africa into his acclaimed shortfilm 'Mthunzi' (2019), Tebogo Malebogo returns to the festival circuit. Shot …
by Chris Childs
Sarina Nihei’s break-out animated short, ‘ Small People with Hats ’ (2014) presented a world of murderous corporations and mysterious assassins. In ‘Polka-Dot Boy’ (2020), her most recent production screening …