Texts that dive into a particular filmmaker’s body of work, or which explore a film genre, artistic school, or national filmmaking history.
Austrian filmmaker Antoinette Zwirchmayr shapes her unique work around human bodies, natural environments, and their entanglements with both personal histories and collective narratives.
Chantal Akerman’s short films tell the story of a life engaged in an ever-changing relationship to the city, and to cinema.
This year’s Discourse: Europa programme at Filmfest Dresden inspires acts of defiance, as seen in short films from the Basque Country and Catalonia.
A look at how the Kurdish artist and filmmaker Kurdwin Ayub glues together ‘inside’ and ‘out’, inspired by her recent retrospective at Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur 2022.
First encountering Atsushi Wada’s animations can be a transformative experience. With his latest film, Bird in Peninsula, it’s our hope that new audiences are exposed to this unique figure of contemporary animation.
In Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur’s Country in Focus Programme, Kosovar histories are retraced, reimagined and repurposed