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 Ricardo Brunn
The 65th edition of Oberhausen's Short Film Festival focused on analogue film material and why it might still be important in the digital age
by Jason Todd
Emilio’s story, the film’s sole protagonist, is one we’ve seen and heard before. An aging farmer living alone in the mountains has come to a daunting realization: the world has moved on from him. All …
by Savina Petkova
Dancing is its own kind of storytelling. One which features the body as both the paper and the pen, as the teller and the story; but what does that privilege mean for the human body, it's only object …